Age Stereotypes

The below items have "Age Stereotypes" as a subject.

Titlesort descending Format Publication Year Call Number Abstract
Acting our age: a film about women growing old Videocassette 1987 AG5.D20

Introduces six women, aged 65-75, who come from diverse back-grounds: Finnish-American, black, lesbian, latina, Jewis

Growing old in a new age: myths and realities of aging [program 1] Videocassette 1993 AG5.U3

Part of a 13-part series.

Learning To Be Old - Gender, Culture, and Aging Book 2003 AG1.L1

What does it mean to grow old in America today? Is 'successful aging' our responsibility?

Never Say Die: The Myth and Marketing of the New Old Age Book 2011 AG1.N11

"I am about to present a portrait of advanced old age," Jacoby (The Age of American Unreason) warns, "

Old People in Three Industrial Societies Book 1968 AG1.S20

Three studies are done in the United States, Britain, and Denmark to understand and compare common stereotypes of agi

Teens on Senior Stereotypes Book 2000 GE1.R20
What's your aging I.Q.? Book 1991 AG4.N10

A true-false questionanaire, with answers, to debunk some commonly held myths on aging.

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