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50.(p. 148)As our society ages, a number of older adults are living longer; they are healthy and taking better care of themselves, and they still want to remain in the workforce. Many Americansown their own home. They are able to care for themselves and would prefer to not live in senior
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housing or any type of assisted living situation. They don't want to have to rely too much on theiradult children either, as they know their adult children are busy with work and their families. When examining these trends, what emerges as a preference for many older adults?
Bloom's Taxonomy: UnderstandLevel: ModerateTopic: Socialization Through the Life Course51.(p. 148)In China, parents are not expected to work after the age of 65. They may live with their children, who often financially support them in their older years. If an older parent is working, it is viewed as a disgrace to the family. In the United States, parents often work as long as they are able or need to in order to financially support themselves. When they grow older and are unable to live alone, they rarely live with their adult children. What would explain the difference in how the older parent is viewed in China compared to the United States?
Bloom's Taxonomy: ApplyLevel: ModerateTopic: Socialization Through the Life Course52.(p. 148)What might people who were born in the late twentieth century consider themselves to be?
Bloom's Taxonomy: RememberLevel: BasicTopic: Socialization Through the Life Course53.(p. 149)Which of the following is true regarding the 1964 Mississippi Freedom Summer volunteers?
A. They were socially isolated.B. Many later regretted the experience.C.They remained politically active.D. Many dropped out after the first week.
Bloom's Taxonomy: RememberLevel: ModerateTopic: Socialization Through the Life Course

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