gha557 | Graduate
Social And Cultural Aspects Of Aging
This graduate-level course is 6 weeks To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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- Compare historical roles of older adults in society.
- Describe the evolution of perspectives on aging.
Transition From Worker to Retiree
- Compare options for transitioning from worker to retiree.
- Differentiate factors that impact retirement.
- Examine the economic and financial impact of retirement.
Social and Cultural Concerns of Aging
- Evaluate the social and cultural concerns that impact the older adult.
- Analyze poverty and inequality patterns in older adults.
Support Systems and Services
- Compare informal and formal support systems and services.
- Evaluate the sources of funding for support systems and services.
Changes in Relationships
- Analyze the ramifications of aging on relationships.
- Evaluate the impact of changing finances on relationships for older adults.
Public Policy and Political Force
- Examine the impact of public policy on the older adults.
- Evaluate the effect of political activism on older adults.
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