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    It has been suggested that growing old in the United States may not be a very good place to find one's self. Why? Please provide examples using Ageism and Age stratification.

    Please give me your personal response, not from a websites. If you could provide examples that would be fantastic too.

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    1, It has been suggested that growing old in the United States may not be a very good place to find one's self. Why? Please provide examples using Ageism and Age stratification.

    To find one's self growing old in the United States might be challenging because ageism and age discrimination is widespread, and it is deeply embedded at the societal level. Simply put, ageism is the denial of basic human rights of older persons. Ageism is a pervasive prejudice that knows no boundaries; it runs across human society. Ageism frequently leads to age discrimination that takes different forms, but it always involves rejection or exclusion of some basic human rights. For example, there is discrimination in the workplace (e.g., early retirement, do not get promotions, do not get hired, are the first to ...

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    Discusses the statement: "It has been suggested that growing old in the United States may not be a very good place to find one's self. Why?" It also provides examples using Ageism and Age stratification.

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