Cultural Diversity in Aging

Cultural diversity plays an important role in aging. Culture describes a group whose individuals share common convictions, values, traditions, symbols, dialect, and socialization styles. As a person moves through the stages of life, he or she encounters an assortment of cultures through membership in families, occupations, communities, and services. Each culture contributes to the unique composition of a given person. Aging populations are getting to be more different in terms of colour, culture, character, inability, and socio-economic standing. As a result, the requirement for socially competent experts and businesses that serve and give products to older adults is progressively important.

Cultural diversity plays an important role in aging. Culture describes a group whose individuals share common convictions, values, traditions, symbols, dialect, and socialization styles. As a person moves through the stages of life, he or she encounters an assortment of cultures through membership in families, occupations, communities, and services. Each culture contributes to the unique composition of a given person. Aging populations are getting to be more different in terms of colour, culture, character, inability, and socio-economic standing. As a result, the requirement for socially competent experts and businesses that serve and give products to older adults is progressively important.

  • Aging demographics
  • Age-related cognition
  • Cultural psychology
  • Cultural values
  • Social relationship
  • Socioemotional selectivity theory

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