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Discuss how different societies and technological factors influence how aging is viewed
Weegy: I'll put it into an example. If kids grew up doing hard work for their parents, they would be viewed very differently than the kids of today, who play video games and use their parent's money. (More)
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Discuss how different societies and technological factors influence how aging is viewed
Weegy: Many societies in Western Europe and Japan, have aging populations. While the effects on society are complex, there is a concern about the impact on health care demand. [ [ The large number of suggestions in the literature for specific interventions to cope with the expected increase in demand for long-term care in aging societies can be organized under four headings: improve system performance; redesign service delivery; support informal caregivers; and shift demographic parameters. ] ] (More)
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Analyze how the issue of aging is approached by the three major sociological paradigms. Identify which you agree with most and state why.
Weegy: I agree with the Symbolic-Interaction analysis. It keeps the aging people active so they have an increase in personal satisfaction. [ You don't necessarily have to remove them from the company but you can keep them active doing other things so they feel like they are still accomplishing something and are a part of something ] (More)
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The share of the elderly population is increasing quickly in: A.the world's poorest nations. B.all the world's nations. C.the world's high-income nations. D.the United States, but not elsewhere
Weegy: The share of the elderly population is increasing quickly in: (C.) the world's high-income nations. (More)
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Dependency theorists see large corporations as: A.the key to meeting the needs of people in poor nations. B.helping poor nations to develop local industries. C.a major source of foreign investment for poor nations. D.intensifying global inequality.
Weegy: Dependency theorists see large corporations as helping poor nations to develop local industries. [ ] (More)
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