Evolution of Roles and Societal Perspectives on Aging

Evolution of Roles and Societal Perspectives on Aging

Author: Amelia Jeckson

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Evolution of Roles and Societal Perspectives on Aging - Assessment Activity - Week1 - HCS/557 - eCampus
It is important to understand how roles and perspectives have changed over time. The alterations can be an effect caused by societal and economic developments. Understanding the evolution of roles and perspectives provides a clearer picture on how aging may affect you.
Create a comparison chart that discusses aging from the timeline of World War II to the present. Each section of the chart should contain 100 words.  Include the following:
Changing role of the older adultWhat you think has caused the shift in roles as time has progressed?Consider the impact of gender, culture, ethnic and religious groups

Does research support your opinion?
Create a timeline that shows the progression of aging from World War II to the present.  Provide a description at each time period that is 100 words in length. Include the following:
Differences in perspectives on agingConsider myths and stereotypes as a factor

Format your assignment according to APA guidelines.
Include a minimum of 3 peer-reviewed references.
Click the Assignment Files tab to submit your comparison chart and timeline.

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