1/19 GRNT 2124-001
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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Marisa Abate on Friday February 19, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to GRNT 2124-001 at University of North Carolina - Charlotte taught by Maria-Carl Chiarella in Winter 2016. Since its upload, it has received 22 views. For similar materials see Psychology of Adult Development and Aging in Public Health at University of North Carolina - Charlotte.
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Date Created: 02/19/16
1/19 We Begin aging at birth!!! Picking up: Optimal aging We need goals of a good physical and mental health! -not youth Focused Social Roles social roles: expected behaviors and attitudes that come with ones position in society behavior- how we act attitudes= feeling, thoughts, and perceptions social timing: refers to the roles we occupy, how long we occupy them, and order in which we occupy them Ex. Role-College student How long- 4 years Order- High School—College—Work Spouse TILL DEATH dating-engaged- Marriage -kids-grandkids off-time- you feel like an outcast because your time is off from everyone else, STRESSFUL, disconnected Becoming a spouse or partner WHY MARRY??? -Institutional: helps spouses to fulﬁll basic physiological and safety needs -Ex.Sugar Mama, Gold digger, sounds like a business deal -Companionate: Through gender role specialization, spouses fulﬁll needs such as love and belonging Ex. sentimental, romantic, man’s working and providing, lady’s nurturing and taking care of the household, division caused by industrialization -Self- expressive:Inﬂuenced by equality movements, spouses fulﬁll esteem and self- actualization needs Ex. newest type of reasons, equalizes roles in relationships, grow individually and together, marrying your best friend -Circumstantial Now, people have higher expectations of what they want out of their marriage than ever! The average marriage is going to be less satisfying.If you are in a good marriage, they are HIGHLY satisfying. Successful Marriages: The most consistent difference between happy and unhappy couples is simply the pattern of positive and negative exchanges Gottman- lovelab
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