Articles in refereed journals

  1. Vincent, John A. (forthcoming 2006) “Ageing Contested: Anti-ageing Science and the Cultural Construction of Old Age.” Sociology
  2. Vincent, John A. (2005) “Understanding generations: political economy and culture in an ageing society” British Journal of Sociology 56(4): 579-599.
  3. Vincent, John A. (2003) “Old age, sickness, death and immortality: A cultural gerontological critique of bio-medical models of old age and their fantasies of immortality.” Gerontolgia 4:177-183. [in Finnish] *
  4. Vincent, John A. (2003) “Review Article: What is at stake in the ‘war on anti-aging medicine’?” Ageing and Society 23(5):675-84*
  5. Vincent, John A. (1999) 'Consumers, Identity and Old Age', Education and Ageing, 14, (2): 141-158. *
  6. Vincent, John A. and Davie, G., (1998) 'Religion and Old Age', Ageing and Society, 18: 101-111. *
  7. Vincent, John A. (1996) ‘Whose afraid of an ageing population?’ Critical Social Policy. 47:3-26. *
  8. Vincent, J and Zeljka Mudrovcic (1991) "Ageing populations in the North and South of Europe: Devon and Bosnia." in International Journal of Comparative Sociology. Vol.32(3-4) pp.261-288.*
  9. Phillips,D.R. and Vincent, J. (1988) "Privatising residential care for elderly people: the geography of developments in Devon, England." Social Science and Medicine. Vol.26(1) pp.37-47.*
  10. Vincent, John A. (1988) "Buses, monopoly, and the state: the development of bus passenger transport systems." Journal of Interdisciplinary Economics Vol.2.(4) pp.321-334.*
  11. Vincent, J. and Tibbenham A.R., and Phillips, D.R. (1987) "Choice in Residential Care: Myths and Realities" Journal of Social Policy Vol.16(4) pp.435-460*
  12. Phillips,D.R. and Vincent, J. and Blacksell,S. (1987) "The development of private residential accommodation for the elderly: the case of Devon, England" Espace, Populations, Societes, Vol.1, pp.235-248.*
  13. Phillips,D.R. and Vincent, J. and Blacksell,S. (1987) "Spatial concentration of residential home for the elderly planning responses and dilemmas." Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers. N.S. Vol.12,pp.73-83.*
  14. Phillips,D.R. and Vincent, J. (1986) "Petit bourgeois care: private residential care for the elderly." Politics and Policy. Vol.14(2) pp. 189-208.*
  15. Phillips,D.R. and Vincent, J. (1986) "Private residential accommodation for the elderly: geographical aspects of developments in Devon." Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers  N.S. Vol.11 pp.155-173.*
  16. Vincent, J. (1982) "Differentiation and resistance: ethnicity in Valle d'Aosta and Kashmir." Ethnic and Racial Studies. Vol.5(3) pp.313-325 *
  17. Vincent, J. (1980) "The Political Economy of Alpine Development: Tourism or Agriculture in St.Maurice." Sociologica Ruralis Vol.20(4) pp.250-271 *
  18. Vincent, J. (1979) "The sexual division of labour, population, and the origins of agriculture." Current Anthropology 20:422-25.*

(iii) Chapters.

  1. Vincent, John A. (forthcoming 2006) “Anti-ageing Science and the Future of Old AgeChap 19 in Vincent, John A, Chris Phillipson and Murna Downs (Eds.) (forthcoming 2006) The Futures of Old Age. London: Sage
  2. Vincent, John A. (forthcoming 2006) “Globalisation and Critical Theory: Political Economy of World Population Issues.” in Chris Phillipson, Dale Danefer, Alan Walker and Jan Baars (eds.), Ageing, Globalisation and Inequality: The New Critical Gerontology  AltaVista: Boston. 
  3. Vincent, John A. (2006) [(2000)] “Age and Old Age” in Geof Payne (ed.) Social Divisions. Macmillan: Basingstoke. pp.133-151. 1st Edition 2000, 2nd revised edition 2006.
  4. Vincent, John A. (2002) "Older people and sustainable development", in ‘Socioeconomic Development’, edited by: Salustiano del Campo, in Encyclopedia of Life Support Systems. (EOLSS), Developed under the Auspices of the UNESCO, Eolss Publishers, Oxford, UK, [http://www.eolss.net] . [9,690 words]
  5. Vincent, John A. (1999) “Symbols of Nationalism in Bosnia and Hercegovina.” in K.Cameron (ed.) National Identity. pp.46-63, Exeter: Intellect.
  6. Vincent, John A. and Zeljka Mudrovcic (1993) "Perceptions of elderly people and old age in Bosnia and Hercegovina". in S.Arber and M.Evandrou Ageing, Independence and the Life Course, pp.91-103. London: Jessica Kingsley.
  7. Vincent, John A. (1987) "Work and Play in an Alpine Community." in Bouquet,M and M.Winter (Eds.) Who from their Labours Rest? pp.105-119. Aldershot: Avebury.
  8. Vincent, John A. (1983) "Social Work as Ideology Experienced." in W.Jordan and N.Parton (Eds.) The Political Dimensions of Social Work. pp.35-46. Oxford: Blackwell.
  9. Vincent, John A. (1973) "St.Maurice." F.G.Bailey (ed.) Debate and Compromise: The Politics of Innovation. pp.200-19. Oxford: Blackwell.

Other academic journal papers

  1. Vincent, John A. (2001) 'The life course and old age', Sociology Review, 11 (2): 2-5.
  2. Vincent, J., Guy Patterson, and Karen Wale (2000) "Older People and Politics". Generations Review Vol.10(4): 13-14.
  3. Vincent, J., Guy Patterson, and Karen Wale (2000) "Understanding the Grey Vote". Generations Review Vol.11(1): 9-11.
  4. Vincent, J., Guy Patterson, and Karen Wale (2000) “Compassionate ageism / Scapegoat ageism. Public attitudes to older people and the political process.”  Proceedings of the British Society of Gerontology Annual Conference, Keble College Oxford, September 8th-10th 2000. pp. 252-5.
  5. Vincent, J. and Phillips, D.R. (1992) 'Careers through care; formal and informal patterns of care in Devon, U.K.'. Acta Demographica 9(5) pp.718-739.
  6. Vincent, J. and Mudrovcic, Z. (1991) "Plan istrazivanja : Komparacija stila zivota starih ljudi u Bosni i Hercegovini i Devonu 1991" u Gerontoloski Zbornik, Gerontolosko drustvo Srbije, Beograd.
  7. Vincent, John A. (1991) "The Contribution of Anthropology to the Social Sciences".(prevod u) Filozofska pitanja, Zagreb.
  8. Phillips, D.R. and Vincent, J. (July 1988) "The Enterprise of Care." Community Care.