Wendy Hulko
Wendy Hulko
Associate Professor
Vahvistettu sähköpostiosoite verkkotunnuksessa tru.ca
The time-and context-contingent nature of intersectionality and interlocking oppressions
W Hulko
Affilia 24 (1), 44-55, 2009
From ‘not a big deal’to ‘hellish’: experiences of older people with dementia
W Hulko
Journal of Aging studies 23 (3), 131-144, 2009
Views of First Nation Elders on memory loss and memory care in later life
W Hulko, E Camille, E Antifeau, M Arnouse, N Bachynski, D Taylor
Journal of Cross-Cultural Gerontology 25 (4), 317-342, 2010
Dementia at the intersections: A unique case study exploring social location
D O'Connor, A Phinney, W Hulko
Journal of Aging Studies 24 (1), 30-39, 2010
Decision-making, personhood and dementia: Exploring the interface
C Baldwin, S Donnelly, M Downs, W Hulko, J Keady, J Manthorpe, ...
Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2009
Verbal and nonverbal indicators of quality of communication between care staff and residents in ethnoculturally and linguistically diverse long-term care settings
J Small, SM Chan, E Drance, J Globerman, W Hulko, D O’Connor, ...
Journal of cross-cultural gerontology 30 (3), 285-304, 2015
Developing CIRCA-BC and exploring the role of the computer as a third participant in conversation
BA Purves, A Phinney, W Hulko, G Puurveen, AJ Astell
American Journal of Alzheimer's Disease & Other Dementias® 30 (1), 101-107, 2015
Social science perspectives on dementia research: Intersectionality
W Hulko
Dementia and social inclusion, 237-254, 2004
Making the links: Social theories, experiences of people with dementia, and intersectionality
W Hulko
The diversity of Alzheimer's disease: different approaches and contexts. Rio …, 2002
Intersectionality in the lives of LGBTQ youth: Identifying as LGBTQ and finding community in small cities and rural towns
W Hulko, J Hovanes
Journal of homosexuality 65 (4), 427-455, 2018
5 Operationalizing Intersectionality in Feminist Social Work Research
W Hulko
Feminisms in social work research: Promise and possibilities for justice …, 2014
LGBT* individuals and dementia: an intersectional approach
W Hulko
Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Trans* Individuals Living with Dementia, 55-70, 2016
Intersectionality in the context of later life experiences of dementia
W Hulko
Health inequities in Canada: Intersectional frameworks and practices, 198-217, 2011
Cultural safety, decision-making, and dementia: Troubling notions of autonomy and personhood
W Hulko, L Stern
Decision-making, personhood and dementia: Exploring the interface, 70-87, 2009
Creating culturally appropriate outside spaces and experiences for people with dementia: Using nature and the outdoors in person-centred care
W Hulko, S Waller, G Maclean, MA Tibbs, J Domicelj, J McKillop, J Jones, ...
Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2014
Dementia and Intersectionality: Exploring the experiences of older people with dementia and their significant others
W Hulko
University of Stirling, 2004
Being queer in the small city
W Hulko
Power and possibility in the small city, 2018
Gerontological Social Work in Action: Anti-oppressive Practice with Older Adults, Their Families, and Communities
W Hulko, S Brotman, L Stern, I Ferrer
Routledge, 2019
Indigenous peoples and dementia: New understandings of memory loss and memory care
W Hulko, D Wilson, J Balestrery
UBC Press, 2019
Older Adults’ Views on the Repositioning of Primary and Community Care
W Hulko, N Mirza, L Seeley
Canadian Journal on Aging/La Revue canadienne du vieillissement, 1-13, 2020
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