Arlind Reuter

Arlind Reuter
Lund University | LU



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I am a postdoctoral researcher of Applied Gerontology at Lund University, researching digital citizenship and ageing. My research background is across the fields of Human-Computer Interaction and Gerontology.


Publications (5)
Conference Paper
Our workshop will concentrate on vulnerability of specific communities induced by COVID-19, and the possible empowerment with help of technology design. Hence, we want to address issues of what new forms of vulnerabilities emerge, and how we can design digital environments in a way that acknowledges vulnerability but also has the potential to empow...
In increasingly digitalised societies, government initiatives to ensure that public services remain accessible for everyone typically focus on the digital inclusion of older adults. However, by solely viewing older adults as passive recipients or consumers of services, digital inclusion strategies under-emphasise the concept of digital participatio...
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The World Health Organization’s age-friendly city initiative emerged as a response to the intersecting global trends of population ageing and urbanisation. However, a third global trend—digitalisation—has largely been overlooked in research and policy making relating to age-friendly cities and communities. Within the context of a general shift towa...
Conference Paper
Community radio can support the process of having a voice in one's community as a part of civic action, and promote community dialogue. However, older adults are underrepresented as producers of community radio shows in the UK, and face different challenges to their younger colleagues. By working within the radio production group of an existing org...


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