Nov 07, 2013 · Includes bibliographical references p. 203-218 and index. Gerontology and the construction of old age: a study in discourse analysis. Get this from a library! Gerontology and the construction of old age: a study in discourse analysis. [Bryan S R Green]. Gerontology and the Construction of Old Age: A Study in Discourse Analysis. New York: Aldine de Gruyter, 1993, pp. 226. $49.95 cloth. RÉSUMÉ Les assises de la gérontologie sont de nature. It then describes work in three major clusters of research: 1 relative decline, maintenance, or improvement of language and communicative abilities that accompany aging, 2 patterns and strategies in discourse by and with elderly interlocutors and their relationship to the ongoing construction of identities in emergent discourse, and 3 discourse practices that display or reflect elderly. Mar 04, 2011 · This study examined discursive formations of ageing and age identities in print media in Ireland. Constituting a single media event, newspaper texts concerned with revised welfare provision for older people were subjected to critical discourse analysis and revealed particular ways of naming and referencing older people and distinct constructions of ageing and age identities.
Sep 01, 1993 · The discourse analytic project of aging is to develop methods for understanding how we attach 'subjective meaning' to our lifespan experiences Gubrium 1988, p. 15. COMMUNICATION DISABILITIES. Communication changes are commonly reported by older people. In a large survey of more than 12,000 Medicare beneficiaries aged 65 years or more, 42% reported hearing problems, 26% had writing problems, and 7% had problems using the telephone. 3 Using statistical procedures sampling weights to make inferences about the entire Medicare population, more than 16. -they study how social meanings of age and self-conceptions of age arise through negotiation and discourse -strength: reminds the researcher that older people are not passive objects but active subjects who participate in the construction of their social worlds. Aug 01, 2012 · The discourse of harmonious aging that we propose attempts to promote intellectual exploration on the meaning of old age and to capture cultural diversities in the context of global aging. This work is expected to contribute to cross-cultural gerontological research, education, and. Sep 08, 2017 · Gerontology and the Construction of Old Age Communication and Social Order - Kindle edition by Green, Bryan. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Gerontology and the Construction of Old Age Communication and Social Order.
The Handbook of Discourse Analysis makes significant contributions to current research and serves as a comprehensive and authoritative guide to the central issues in contemporary discourse analysis. Critical discourse analysis CDA and other forms of discourse analysis are regularly used to study identity, but rarely do researchers systematically compare and contrast them with other theories to identify exactly what a discursive approach contributes. The Process of Aging April 6th 1944 in her home in Jacksonville, IL Mary Lee Elizabeth Smith was born. This is my grandma. At 71 years old she is the youngest of 8 children. She herself had 6 kids before having a tubal ligation at the age of 27, which resulted in. Nov 22, 2013 · Inclusion criteria i.e., San Franciscans aged 60 and older, half living in the community with no history of medical diagnoses for psychiatric problems and the other half hospitalized for late-onset psychiatric disorders allowed Clark and her colleagues to examine a wide range of adaptations to aging. Clark based her analysis on the study’s.
This paper examines, through discourse analysis at a micro level, how age identities become interactionally constructed through talk. After a brief overview of the constructivist arguments, the focus is on a single-case interaction between an older client couple and three travel agency assistants. Active aging is defined by the World Health Organization as the process of optimizing opportunities for health, participation and security to enhance quality of life as people age. A key component of active aging is active participation in life, seen in WHO’s definition of active aging as being “a continued participation in social, economic. Age and language use Since decades there is a growing body of research concerned with the conception of communication and language in the perception of age. This research has mostly been undertaken within the social sciences, gerontology and the field of nursing and caring professionals.
DISCOURSE AND THE CONSTRUCTION OF SOCIETY. social and cultural study of language and communication. The Handbook of Pragmatics is a unique reference work for researchers: the main body of the Handbook is produced in loose-leaf format in 3-ring binders and is accompanied by the bound Manual. Researchers in critical discourse analysis. Gerontology is also the study of social welfare and social policy focused on aging Biggs, 1999. Social policy for older people in “neo-liberal” capitalist societies is complex and multifaceted.
Discourse analysis was adopted as the most appropriate method for examining how meanings and values of age identities are constructed, negotiated, reinforced, or confronted in on-line language use. While age identity is commonly viewed as static, a discourse analysis approach highlights the ways in which that identity. May 08, 2018 · Discourse analysis is a rich area of study within the social sciences that seeks to systematically explore and examine patterns that construct. A total of 56 participants were recruited in this study, the mean age was 68.3 ± 4.72, ranged between 63 and 81 years old. The participants were assigned into different groups according to their place of residency and their preferences to participate in groups that consisted of only women, only men, or women and men together in one group.
Green BS 1993 Gerontology and the construction of old age: A study in discourse analysis. Aldine de Gruyter, New York. 1978 Alter als Stigma oder „Wie man alt gemacht wird“. Suhrkamp, Frankfurt a.M. 20. Katz S 1996 Disciplining old age: The formation of gerontological knowledge. Moody HR 2001 Productive aging and the. The construction of old age within this discourse is then compared with ethnographic research that suggests this construct leaves out much of the lived experience familiar to anthropologists of aging. Rather than debunk the old age construct, however, the purpose of this article is to argue for study of population aging discourse as.
An advantage of critical gerontology and age studies is how they emphasize the “inside of aging” and what it means to grow older. Here the humanities have been especially vital as they promote questions of identity, the body, experience, language and metaphor, life-course continuity and disruption, sensation, emotions, and biography. This article examines the linguistic shaping of social policy reports and the textual designs through which political rationalities become articulated and conveyed to the public. Inspired by Michel Foucault's work on “governmentality” as an “art of government,” the study takes the illustrative example of the American Developments in Aging 1987 to question the use of detail as a. The main objective of this study was to examine the process of old age identity construction within a setting of social welfare work with old people. We sought to identify social welfare practices that construct and enforce certain old age identities.
1999 Ageing, ageism and anti-ageism: Moral stance in geriatric medical discourse.In H. Hamilton ed. Language and Communication in Old Age: Multidisciplinary Perspectives. 177–208.. Aging as a Social Construction. While aging itself is a biological process, what it means to be “young” or “old” is socially constructed. This means that there is no inherent cultural meaning to the biological process of aging. Rather, cultures imbue youth and age with meanings. and cultural; that is to say, old age, its meaning, is a cul-tural construction» Giró, 2004: 19. Old age is a social construction Kehl & Fernández, 2001, a cultural fact Beauvoir, 1989: 20, a matter of images and attitudes Iruzubieta, 2004: 77. A specific field of study about the social construction of old age has been the analysis. Comm. 140 Study Guide for Exam 1. Chapter 1. 1. Be able to explain how images of aging in society are related to the social construction of aging. Be able to explain the difference between biological aging and social aging. 2. Be able to explain the problems associated with the current dominant images of aging in our society. 3. The dominant construct of old age in population aging discourse is one of individual loss and decline over Abstract This article uses three levels of body analysis as presented by Nancy Scheper-Hughes and Margaret Lock to compare old age as a construct in population aging discourse with research on lived experience of people aging in the United.
Presenting current research in an innovative text-reader format, Aging: Concepts and Controversies, Ninth Edition encourages students to become involved and take an informed stand on the major aging issues we face as a society. Not simply a summary of research literature, this text focuses on controversies and questions, rather than on assimilating facts or arriving at a single "correct" view. 2004: 19. Old age is a social construction Kehl & Fernández, 2001, a cultural fact Beauvoir, 1989: 20, a matter of images and attitudes Iruzubieta, 2004: 77. A specific field of study about the social construction of old age has been the analysis of its images and meanings Featherstone &.
A discourse analysis study of 'good' and 'poor' communication in an OSCE: A proposed new framework for teaching students. Medical Education, 37 3, 192-201. Robertson, A. 2001. Abstract. Background: Quality or healthy aging refers to well-being in an older age.In the light of recent changes in the discourse on approaches on positive aging, we aimed to study the way “quality aging” is understood, expressed, and dealt with as a part of contemporary technology assessment TA, since the nexus between demographic and technological changes has remained a staple topic.
Calasanti TM. Feminist gerontology and old men. Journal of Gerontology. 2004a; 59B:S305–S314. Calasanti TM. New directions in feminist gerontology: An introduction. Journal of Aging Studies. 2004b; 18:1–8. Calasanti TM, King N. Firming the floppy penis: Age, class and gender relations in the lives of old men. Men and Masculinities. 2005; 8. In the 1990s, the World Health Organization adopted the term ’’active ageing’’, which currently represents a key vision of old age in Western societies facing the situation of demographic ageing. The meaning of the idea of active ageing is based on the concept of individuals actively and systematically influencing the conditions of their ageing through selfresponsibility and self-care. Dyads of young-young, old-old, and young-old adults were compared with regard to measures of fluency, prosody, grammatical complexity, semantic content, and speaker and listener style. Although the older speakers showed little variation in response to listener age or task difficulty, the young speakers adopted a simplified speech style when. Hindu, Buddhist and Islamic perspectives on aging, dying, euthanasia, and related concepts are explored and coping strategies suggested. The second section deals with socio-ethical issues related to aging and dying in the Indian context, in light of the existing state of affairs and possible directions for the future. Among the issues under analysis are: the depiction of older men in relation to anti-aging discourse and anti-aging advertising; aspects of style and identity among aging men; and case studies engaging masculinity, age, and celebrity in the realms of popular music and hip-hop culture.
the study of language functioning in different social groups, such as nations, small groups, geographic regions, social classes, genders, ages; studies of language planning, attitudes toward languages, rules of switching languages or varieties depending on circumstances, language maintenance, change, shift, death, and revival. Jan 30, 2019 · Purpose Social contact is known to be vital for older adults' mental and physical health but, because communication impairments often co-occur with other types of disability, it is difficult to generalize about the relative impact of a communication impairment on the social relationships of older adults. Specific aims of the study were to examine whether the severity of a communication.
Thematic analysis showed that Taiwanese older adults tended to initiate conversation topics accommodative to young people’s lives such as their job and marriage, whereas conversation topics with their old-age peers centered on adjustment into senior. and the first age group for narrative discourse only. Conclusion: The results of this study demonstrate that discourse is influenced by aging and type genre of discourse task. Therefore, it is essential for clinicians to take into account the linguistic needs of elderly and.
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