11-01 - AgeStratification I. AgeDivisions a. BirthCohort i.

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Age Stratification I. Age Divisions a. Birth Cohort i. Refers to a group of people born at the same time 1. Eg. a. Born in 1970 b. 70’s generation 2. Trying to separate people into groups by age 3. Group of people moving through time together and meeting  history at a close age ii. Period Effects 1. The effect of a historical event on everyone iii. Cohort Effect 1. The effect of an event depends on the variating cohorts b. Importance of Cohorts i. History on the Same Course 1. Great Depression a. Who was more affected in the Great Depression (teens or  children) i. Teenagers 1. They knew and understand more about the  events 2. They would also be the ones that would be  age (middle age) eligible for World War II
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a. And would also have the most to  lose i. They have more to lose ii. Families ii. Children  1. Did not understand events 2. Are at the best age to experience World 
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11-01 - AgeStratification I. AgeDivisions a. BirthCohort i.

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