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disengagement theory
Updated: 9/26/2020
disengagement theory
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  • A 85 yrs old woman is living with her daughter and grandson
  • Lola, can we play toys?
  • Lola, can't play with you apo.
  • Why, Lola?
  • Because Lola is too old.
  • Mom, your phone is too old, Wanna come to have new one?
  • I'm too old for new phone. I can't go with you. I'm to tired to go.
  • Oh, okay. Oh, BTW mom, Leila invited us for dinner with some of my cousin's and tita's.
  • Tell them, I can't come. Just bring Ethan with you .
  • Okay mom. we gotta go. Bye!
  • Bye! Take Care!
  • Disengagement theory is a theory of aging, it has been given by Elaine Cumming and William Earle Henry in their book ‘Growing Old’ in 1961. This theory entails that all individuals tend to disengage or detach themselves from the larger society i.e. the social norms, their social roles, and the ways of behaving and doing and other persons of the society.
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