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  • Sandberg, Linn, 1983- (författare)
  • Affirmative Old Age : the Ageing body and Feminist theories on Difference
  • 2013
  • Ingår i: International Journal of Ageing and Later Life. - : Linköping University Electronic Press. - 1652-8670 .- 1652-8670. ; 8:1, s. 11-40
  • Tidskriftsartikel (refereegranskat)abstract
    • Discourses on old age and ageing are framed in narrow and binary ways, either as a decline narrative or through discourses of positive and successful ageing. The decline narrative, on the one hand, is highly centred on the decline of the ageing body as frail, leaky and unbounded, and on how old age is characterized by non-productivity, increasing passivity and dependency. Discourses on successful ageing, on the other hand, rely heavily on neo-liberal imperatives of activity, autonomy and responsibility. In successful ageing the specificities of ageing bodies are largely overlooked while the capacity of the old person to retain a youthful body, e.g. with the aid of sexuopharmaceuticals, is celebrated.  This article argues for the need of a theorizing of old age that goes beyond the binaries of decline and success. Drawing on the work of feminist corpomaterialists Rosi Braidotti and Elisabeth Grosz, the article proposes affirmative old age as an alternative conceptualization of old age. As a theoretical project, affirmative old age aims to acknowledge the material specificities of the ageing body and is an attempt to theorize the ageing body in terms of difference but without understanding it as a body marked by decline, lack or negation.
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  • Sandberg, Linn, 1983- (författare)
  • Ancient monuments, mature men and those popping amphetamine : researching the lives of older men
  • 2007
  • Ingår i: NORMA : Nordic journal of masculinity studies. - 1890-2138. ; 2:2, s. 86-108
  • Tidskriftsartikel (refereegranskat)abstract
    • Research attention on older men and masculinities has been relatively scant. What has been written on older men has, however, often lacked a feminist and critical perspective. This article outlines some of the previous research and suggests a turn to feminist and queer theory to grasp the complexity of older men-s lives more fully. A crucial issue is how old age both may be a source of power for men and may marginalise men. Drawing on interviews with two men aged 73 and 75, and theoretical insights from gender studies, the article discusses the themes of bodies, sexuality, maturity and older men-s construction of the self as autonomous and individual. Clearly, the lives of older men must be understood intersectionally whereby ability and disability play key roles. In conclusion, the article suggests a turn a way from an assimilationist approach to ageing and older people, and towards seeing the possibilities of norm-breaking by older men.
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  • Sandberg, Linn, 1983- (författare)
  • Backward, Dumb and Violent Hillbillies? : Rural Geographies and Intersectional Studies on Intimate Partner Violence
  • 2013
  • Ingår i: Affilia. - : Sage Publications. - 0886-1099 .- 1552-3020. ; 28:4, s. 350-365
  • Tidskriftsartikel (refereegranskat)abstract
    • Urban and rural geographies should be further included in feminist intersectional research on intimate partner violence. The article reviews existing research on the challenges facing rural victims of IPV. This research makes visible the specific problems rurality imposes on victims of IPV. However, research on rural IPV risks being misused and subsequently reinforcing othering and stereotypes of rurality and rural inhabitants. The article suggests that researchers alternate between intra- and anti-categorical approaches. On the one hand rural victims of IPV should be analysed as a neglected point of intersection, and on the other the diversity of ruralities should be acknowledged.
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  • Sandberg, Linn, 1983- (författare)
  • Being there for my grandchild : grandparents’ responses to their grandchildren’s exposure to domestic violence
  • 2016
  • Ingår i: Child & Family Social Work. - : Wiley-Blackwell. - 1356-7500 .- 1365-2206. ; 21:2, s. 136-145
  • Tidskriftsartikel (refereegranskat)abstract
    • Grandparents whose grandchildren are exposed to domestic violence are faced with some unique challenges in their grandparenting, which have thus far been little discussed in research. This paper discusses the narratives of 10 Swedish grandparents whose grandchildren have been exposed to violence towards their mother. The aim was to explore grandparents’ narrations of their responses in the face of violence, and their understanding of the role they play in their gran- dchildren’s social networks. Two significant responses are discussed: ‘being there’ and ‘acknowledging the independence and self- determination of the adult children’. Grandparents experienced these responses as contradictory and felt powerless when it came to their possibilities to protect their grandchildren. The paper suggests that grandparents could be a resource for domestic violence services, and social work practice needs to assess the roles of grandparents of children exposed to domestic violence. Social workers should con- sider the challenges these grandparents are facing and what support they may need in order to support their grandchildren.
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  • Sandberg, Linn, 1983- (författare)
  • Caught in between : Grandparents’ Responses to Children Exposed to Domestic Violence
  • 2015. - 1
  • Ingår i: A Response-based approach to the study of interpersonal violence. - London : Palgrave Macmillan. - 9781137409539 ; , s. 98-114
  • Bokkapitel (övrigt vetenskapligt)abstract
    • Interpersonal violence has been the focus of research within the social sciences for some considerable time. Yet inquiries about the causes of interpersonal violence and the effects on the victims have dominated the field of research and clinical practice. Central to the contributions in this volume is the idea that interpersonal violence is a social action embedded in responses from various actors. These include actions, words and behaviour from friends and family, ordinary citizens, social workers and criminal justice professionals. These responses, as the contributors to this volume all show, make a difference in terms of how violence is understood, resisted and come to terms with in its immediate aftermath and over the longer term. Bringing together an international network of scholars and practitioners from a range of disciplines and fields of practice, this book maps and expands research on interpersonal violence. In doing so, it opens an important new terrain on which social responses to violence can be fully interrogated in terms of their intentions, meanings and outcomes.
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  • Sandberg, Linn, 1983- (författare)
  • Dom kallar oss genustalibaner
  • 2009
  • Ingår i: Locus. - 1100-3197. ; :1, s. 83-91
  • Recension (övrigt vetenskapligt)abstract
    • Recension av antologin "Maskulinitet på schemat: pojkar, flickor och könsskapande i förskola och skola" red Marie Norberg
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  • Sandberg, Linn, 1983- (författare)
  • Getting intimate : Old age, masculinity and new (?) heterosexual morphologies
  • 2009
  • Ingår i: GEXcel Work in Progress Report, Volume V. - Linköping. - 9789173936637 - 9789176686539 ; , s. 61-78
  • Konferensbidrag (övrigt vetenskapligt)abstract
    • This article is in many ways telling and illustrative for a prevailing discourse on older men’s sexuality as lifelong; in which sexuality is reinforced and constructed as something that despite ageing persists. Literature on sexuality and later life often point to the obfuscation of older people’s sexuality and how the neglect of sexuality in later life (in research and elsewhere) render older asexual. A shift in discourse can however be identified in which older people’s sexuality, from being an unthinkable issue, increasingly is regarded as lifelong and part of a healthy and positive ageing. What the article on Sven Tumba conveys is, however, how sexuality is by and large equated with erection and heterosexual penetrative sex, something which is in line with how discourses of lifelong and healthy ageing are often constructed. Impotence is posited as the major threat to continued sexual activity in later life, and sexuality is hence conceptualised in a narrow way and largely rooted in male experience.
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  • Sandberg, Linn, 1983- (författare)
  • Getting Intimate : A Feminist Analysis of Old Age, Masculinity and Sexuality
  • 2011
  • Doktorsavhandling (övrigt vetenskapligt)abstract
    • This thesis focuses on the intersections of masculinity, old age and sexuality from the perspectives of old men themselves, how they understand and experience sex and sexuality in later life. The study uses qualitative in-depth interviews and body diaries, an exploratory method that asked men write about their bodies in everyday life. Twenty-two men, born between 1922 and 1942, participated in the study. The aim of the thesis is two-fold: firstly, to study sexual subjectivities of old men, how old men articulate and make meaning around sexuality in later life. Secondly, the study aims to explore theoretically what a male body may become in relation to ageing; in what ways the ageing male body could be a site for rethinking masculinity and the male body. This aim was inspired by feminist theories in dialogue with the deleuzian concept becoming. Similarly to gender, age is understood to take shape and become intelligible in social and cultural contexts. Furthermore, the thesis stresses the significance of the specificities of the ageing body to the shaping of masculinity, sexuality and subjectivity. The body is therefore discussed as an “open materiality”, beyond the binaries of culture and nature/materiality.This thesis discusses the concepts intimacy and touch as central to how old men’s sexual subjectivities take shape, allowing for alternative conceptualisations of sexuality beyond erection and intercourse. Intimacy and touch are understood and discussed in several different ways. By orienting themselves to touch and intimacy the old men emerged as more mature, unselfish and with more serene sexual desires. This also involved them distancing themselves from the younger man/other men, whom they perceived as more selfish, inconsiderate and with stronger sexual desires. Intimacy and touch could in this respect be understood as resources for shaping desirable heterosexual masculinity. An orientation to intimacy and touch enabled old men to appear as neither asexual nor as “dirty” old men. But the study also suggests that a turn to intimacy and touch may open up possibilities for rethinking and reconfiguring sexuality, masculinity and the male body. The ageing body then need not be understood as an obstacle but as an enabling site that provides opportunities for intimacy and touch. Moreover, the thesis presents affirmative old age as an alternative conceptualisation of old age, beyond both the discourses of successful ageing and the discourses of old age as negativity and decline. As a theory of difference and bodily specificity, affirmative old age may be of interest for further feminist theorising.
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