Laliberte Rudman, D., Aldrich, R.M., Grundy, J., Stone, M., Huot, S., Aslam, A. (2017). “You got to make the numbers work”: Negotiating managerial reforms in the provision of employment support service. Alternate Routes: A journal of critical social inquiry, 28, 47-79.
Harris, K., Krygsman, S., Waschenko, J. & Laliberte Rudman, D. (2017). Ageism and the older worker: A scoping review. The Gerontologist, 0(0), 1-14. Doi:10.1093/geront/gnw194.
Hand, C., Huot, S., Laliberte Rudman, D. & Wijekoon, S. (2017). Qualitative-geospatial methods of exploring person-place transactions in aging adults: A scoping review. The Gerontologist, 0(0), 1-12. Doi:10.1093/geront/gnw130.
Laliberte Rudman, D. (2017). The duty to age well: Critical reflections on occupational possibilities shaped through discursive and policy responses to population aging. In N. Pollard & D. Sakellariou (eds.). Occupational Therapy without Borders: Integrating justice with practice (2nd edition) (pp.319-327). Edinburgh: Elsevier.
Laliberte Rudman, D., Gold, D., McGrath, C., Zuvela, B., Spafford, M., & Renwick, R. (2016). “Why would I want to go out?”: The process of negotiating social participation amongst Canadian older adults with age-related vision loss. Canadian Journal on Aging, 35(4), 465-478.
Laliberte Rudman, D. & Aldrich, R. (2016). ‘Activated, but stuck’: Applying a critical occupational lens to examine the negotiation of long-term unemployment in contemporary socio-political contexts, Societies, 6 (28), 1-17
Farias, L.V. & Laliberte Rudman, D. & Maghalaes, L. (2016). Ilustrating the importance of critical epistemology to realize the promise of occupational justice. OTJR: Occupation, Participation and Health, 36(4), 234-243.
McGrath, C., Laliberte Rudman, D., Polgar, J., Spafford, M., & Trentham, B. (2016). Negotiating ‘positive’ aging in the presence of age-related vision loss (ARVL): The shaping and perpetuation of disability. Journal of Aging Studies, 39, 1-10.
Laliberte Rudman, D., Egan, M., McGrath, C., Gardner, P., King, J. & Ceci, C. (2016). Low vision rehabilitation, age-related vision loss and risk: A critical interpretive synthesis. The Gerontologist. doi: 10.1093/geront/gnv685.
Grundy, J. + & Laliberte Rudman, D. (2016, Early View, April). Deciphering deservedness: Canadian Employment Insurance reforms in historical perspective. Social Policy & Administration.doi:10.1111/spol.12230.
Aldrich, R., & Laliberte Rudman, D. (2016). Situational Analysis: A Visual Analytic Approach that Unpacks the Complexity of Occupation. Journal of Occupational Science, 23(1), 51-66.
Farias, L.& Laliberte Rudman, D. (2016). A critical interpretive synthesis of the uptake of critical perspectives in occupational science. Journal of Occupational Science 23(1), 33-50.
Laliberte Rudman, D. (2016). Risk, retirement and the ‘duty to age well’: Shaping productive aging citizens in Canadian newsprint media. In Polzer, J. and Power, E. (Eds.), Neoliberal Governance and Health: Duties, risks and vulnerabilities (pp.108-131). McGill-Queens University Press.