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CLIP 6032

Ageing Attitudes to the Elderly

Ageing Attitudes to the Elderly

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Key Info
  • Ageing Attitudes to the Elderly
  • Duration: 04:46
  • A facial anthropologist describes the physical changes of the face as we age. Richard Hammond is dressed to look elderly and meets up with his mother, then goes shopping to experience life from a different perspective. The clip is taken from the programme 'Should I worry about Ageing', first broadcast on 18 August 2005.
  • Subject:

    Society Health and Development


    Sectors in Context

  • Keywords: ageing, mobility, social issues, older People, life events, SHD
Ideas for use in class
  • This can be used to stimulate discussion about society's perceptions of the elderly. Also to study the difficulties faced by restricted mobility experienced by millions of elderly people.
Background details
  • Clip language : English
  • Aspect ratio : 16x9

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