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Reaction Paper #2 - Spano 1 Jessica Spano HDV 120 L. Brown...

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Spano 1 -1Jessica Spano HDV 120 L. Brown The preconception of something is an opinion that is formed beforehand without any adequate evidence. In a society such as today, most Americans have preconceptions about everyone as to how one may think and act, to the way someone may dress. But preconceptions can be either positive or negative. One tries to avoid these personal beliefs that are not founded on proof mainly because certain instances can be categorized as stereotyping, bias, or prejudice. Before my service learning program I had preconceptions about the elderly. Signing up for Adopt-A-Grandparent I had no idea what I was going to be in for. I did not have any experience with the elderly. As an average college student I had already formed my own thoughts and ideas about the elderly. N having a close relationship or any contact at all with any of my grandparents contributed to my negative preconceptions. My job as well does not include interaction with many older adults. I work in a young
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