Interviewing an Elderly Person with Questionare ( Aging in Adulthood and sociology)

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Attached are the ALL the questions needed for interview purposes. Furthermore, this mock interview must be answered thoroughly and accurately.

Answer all questions as if you are asking a elderly person.

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Interview With An Older Friend This assignment will help you to discover new things about an older friend or family member. It will aid you in communicating with others and empathy toward others. Choose a person at least 65 years old to interview. It might be a family member, or a friend. Ask questions about your subject's experiences as a child, as a young adult, and as an older adult. Write the answers after the questions. Childhood Did you have a favorite toy? If it was a doll or a stuffed animal, what was its name? What was your favorite candy? Do you associate it with a particular person or time? Did you have pets as a child? What kind and what were their names? Did you have a nickname? How did you get it? Did you have chores around the house? Do you remember a favorite bedtime story or poem? What was your favorite subject in school? Was homework hard or easy for you? Can you remember a historic event that happened when you were in school? Who told you about it? Your teacher? Your mother when you got home? Did you ever want to run away? Why? Did your father have a favorite saying you can remember him repeating? How about your mother? Do you sometimes find their words coming out of your mouth? Young Adult What was your first job? Did you date a lot? What did you like to do for fun? Do you remember your first big romance? Did you get married, or how did the relationship end? Is there a particular song you associate with that time of your life? What was your first home like? Describe your household appliances. Did you have children? Who was the first person you called to say "It's a girl" or "It's a boy?" What was the funniest experience you ever had with a child (yours or someone else's)? What was your scariest moment as a parent? Or the scariest moment you experienced with any child? What was the best trip or vacation you ever took? Why was it so special? What was the best thing about this part of your life? The worst thing? Older Adult What is your favorite hobby or activity? Do you enjoy a slower pace now, or are you as busy as ever? If you have had to slow down because of age, what activities do you miss? Has retirement been a good or bad experience? Do you have grandchildren? Do you see them often? What is the best part about being or not being a grandparent? The worst part? What things do you get to do now that you could not do when you were younger? What are some of the biggest changes you've seen in your lifetime? Which president did you admire most during your lifetime? Was there another public figure you particularly admired? What age has been the best age of your life? Why? Looking Back... What was the interview like? What are the most important things you learned about your older friend or family member? What similar experiences have you had? Do you think you'll be like the person you interviewed when you get older? What stories would you tell about the age you are now? ...
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Interviewing an Elderly Friend
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INTERVIEWING AN ELDERLY FRIEND
Interview an Elderly Friend
Childhood
Did you have a favorite toy? If it was a doll or a stuffed animal, what was its name?


Yes, I had a favorite toy which was a stuffed elephant, white. I named it Dazzle.

What was your favorite candy? Do you associate it with a particular person or time?


My Favourite candy was the candy corps made from honey and caramel, coated in
white chocolate. I associated the candy with my Grandmother because she never
lacked some when she came to visit.

Did you have pets as a child? What kind and what were their names?


Yes, I had a pet cat called Dalia. After she passed on, my father got me a dog
which we named Daniella.

Did you have a nickname? How did you get it?


My nickname was Pretty Pretty Wow. I got it because whenever I saw a beautiful
thing, I say “It’s pretty... Wow”

Did you have chores around the house?


Yes, I had chores in the house. Clearing the table after meals and cleaning the
windows every Saturday.

Do you remember a favorite bedtime story or poem?


Yes, I remember my favorite bedtime story. Cinderella

What was your favorite subject in...

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