In your reply posts, critique how you perceive the images they provided

In your reply posts, critique how you perceive the images they provided, as well as if you agree that their images or advertisements promote a positive view of aging or if one or both represent an ageist view. Do you think the target audience (of the source) of these images or advertisements has been informed by or can influence the social perception of aging? Your reply posts should be 100 to 150 words, with a minimum of one supporting reference included 

response 1

   Aging is a unique concept that focuses on multiple elements. In many ways, it can be influenced by cultures, society, and personal experiences (Teater & Chonody, 2020). Over the past decades, the view of aging has changed and fluctuated. Aging now can be view as successful, depending on people’s decisions and behaviors over time (Calasanti, 2015). To better understand the different views of aging, the purpose of this discussion is to present one positive and one negative image of aging, compare and contrast the images, and discuss the role of a service provider in combating ageism in today’s society.

            In figure 1, I believe this image showcase a positive view of aging. The target audience for this image can be anyone of any age. In addition to presenting a visual image, it also presented some ways to help people eat healthier and age more gracefully through the use of words. In many ways, it shows the connection between aging and individual choice. In figure 2, I believe this image highlight aging in an ageist way. The man appeared to be untidy and sick. In this image, I believe it is intended to connect the negative relationship between aging and illnesses. In many ways, it is saying that as people age, they will become sicker. Also, I believe the target audience for this image is people who are interested in the study of aging and people who are aging.

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