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3.5.4 Practice: Poll: How Do People Judge Each Other Based on Age? Practice Sociology Points Possible: 30 Name: Latanya Warmsley Date: 3/17/21 How Do People Judge Each Other Based on Age? ASSIGNMENT (5 points) Answer the following questions about perceptions of aging. If these questions look familiar, it's because you actually answered them at the beginning of this lesson. How did you answer them before? How have your answers changed? Use your study sheets to compare your answers.
1. Other than considering a person's age, how would you define someone as old? (1
2. What positive experiences come with aging? What advantages do older adults have
4. Do you think that the elderly are valued less by society than younger adults? Why or
5. How do you think older adults (in their 50s and older) feel about becoming elderly? (1
(5 points) Interview two elderly individuals (65 and older) about their aging experiences. You should choose either a man and a woman of the same ethnic background or two people of the same gender who come from different ethnic backgrounds. Before you conduct your interviews, read these helpful hints: a. Choose your subjects well: This project requires you to choose two elderly adults to interview about aging. Since you are not using a random sample, it is appropriate to reach out to individuals you know from school, work, or home.

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