TITLE

GENÇLERİN YAŞLILARLA İLGİLİ DÜŞÜNCELERİ

AUTHOR(S)
Canatan, Ayş
PUB. DATE
March 2009
SOURCE
Ekev Academic Review;Spring2009, Vol. 13 Issue 39, p179
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Increasing in life expectancy it may be possible to spend long time with elderly in the society. The different generations living together with understanding each other is important to societal conformity. The relationships of elderly with youngers are mostly with their own kins, children and also grandchildren. Grandparent-grandchildren relationship brings different evaluations from grandparent side and also grandchildren side. In this research relationship between youngers and elderly was studied the side of young people that is what do young people think about elderly. Some of high school students from different schools in Ankara were composed to the sample that N is 186 , girls are 102 and boys 84 . It was studied on what are the opinions of young people about elderly and aging also it was searched whether any difference about opinions on elderly are between girls and boys. In evaluation stage data were analysed by SPSS 11.0 and obtained frequency tables. As a result of this research it can be said that attitudes of young people towards elderly and aging are positively also girls are more positive than boys.
ACCESSION #
40521665

 

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