Faculty Member

Victor Marshall Ph.D., M.A.

Email Address(es)
Office Phone
(919) 966-9444
Office Address
UNC Institute on Aging 720 Airport Road, C.B. 1030 Chapel Hill, 27599-1030
Social & Behavioural Health Sciences Division
Professor Emeritus
SGS Status
Member Emeritus
Appointment Status

Research Interests

  • Research on aging of the labour force, the retirement transition and health, social theories of aging and the life course, aging policy, healthy public policy

Primary Teaching Responsibilities

  • to Dept. of PHS: supervision of graduate students from University of Toronto

Honours & Awards

Current Research Projects

Representative Publications

  • V. Marshall, et al.,(Eds) (in press). Restructuring Work and the Life Course. Toronto. University of Toronto Press.
  • C.Ryff and V.W. Marshall (Eds.) (1999). The Self and Society in Aging Processs. New York: Springer
  • V.W. Marshall (1999). Analyzing social theories of aging. In V.L. Bengtson and K.W. Schaie (Eds.), Handbook of Theories of Aging. New York: Springer.
  • P.J. Ballantyne and V.W. Marshall (in press). Explaining subjective income security of middle aged and older Canadians. Canadian Journal on Aging.
  • P.J. Clarke, V.W. Marshall and B. Wheaton (in press). Measuring psychological well-being in the Canadian Study of Health and Aging. International Psychogeriatrics (Supplement).
  • V.W. Marshall and J.G. Marshall (1999). Age and changes at work: Causes and contrasts. Ageing International 25 (2): 46-68.
  • V.W. Marshall (1999). Reasoning with case studies: Issues of an aging workforce. Journal of Aging Studies 13 (4): 1-13.
  • P.J. Clarke,V.W. Marshall, C.D. Ryff and C.J. Rosenthal (2000). Well-being in Canadian seniors: Findings from the Canadian Study of Health and Aging. Canadian Journal on Aging 19 (2): 139-159.
  • V.W. Marshall, P.J. Clarke and P.J. Ballantyne (in press). Instability in the retiremen transition: Effects on health and well-being in a Canadian study. Research on Aging.