What is the differences between activity theory and disengagement theory.

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Compare and contrast one of the other theories modernization, exchange theory, subcultural theory of aging to activity theory and disengagement theory

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Marlon Pagon
School: Purdue University

Active theory simply suggests that people tend to participate an activity when they like it. However, when they feel like they do not want to do some activities or jobs anymore, they try to lose connections anymore (disengagement theory).

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