2019
DOI: 10.1007/s00391-019-01554-y
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Attitudes toward aging and older adults in Arab culture

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“…Several studies have established the associations between perceived stigma and aging attitudes and quality of life (17). Traditionally, understanding attitudes toward aging in various cultural contexts is crucial to foster the optimal quality of life for older adults (27). Existing studies have measured older adults' attitudes toward aging as stable and integrative judgments, summarizing their thoughts, feelings, and memories regarding aging or other situations; further, the subjective perception of aging, rather than the individual's chronological age and life, are emphasized (27).…”
Section: The Moderating Effect Of Attitudes Toward Aging In the Relat...mentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…Several studies have established the associations between perceived stigma and aging attitudes and quality of life (17). Traditionally, understanding attitudes toward aging in various cultural contexts is crucial to foster the optimal quality of life for older adults (27). Existing studies have measured older adults' attitudes toward aging as stable and integrative judgments, summarizing their thoughts, feelings, and memories regarding aging or other situations; further, the subjective perception of aging, rather than the individual's chronological age and life, are emphasized (27).…”
Section: The Moderating Effect Of Attitudes Toward Aging In the Relat...mentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Traditionally, understanding attitudes toward aging in various cultural contexts is crucial to foster the optimal quality of life for older adults (27). Existing studies have measured older adults' attitudes toward aging as stable and integrative judgments, summarizing their thoughts, feelings, and memories regarding aging or other situations; further, the subjective perception of aging, rather than the individual's chronological age and life, are emphasized (27). Generally, a significant association between elderly people's attitude toward own aging and the state of physical and mental health (28), as well as life satisfaction and well-being (29), has been found.…”
Section: The Moderating Effect Of Attitudes Toward Aging In the Relat...mentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Although previous research did not indicate such findings, several possible explanations are available. For example, providing care for older adults, specifically for this population, is strongly encouraged by the Arabic and Islamic culture in Jordan (Ibrahim & Bayen, 2019). In addition, the physical strain that results from such work might bring feelings of accomplishment that helps these nurses feel satisfied with their work.…”
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“…Hekimlerle yapılan bir çalışmada aynı meslek grubundan olmalarına karşın birinci basamakta çalışan hekimlerin üniversite ve devlet hastanesinde çalışanlara göre yaşlı ayrımcılığı tutum ölçek puanları arasında farklılık bulunmuştur. Ayrıca yapılan benzer nitelikteki çalışmalarda katılımcıların eğitim durumu ve meslek gibi çeşitli demografik özelliklerinin yaşlı ayrımcılığı tutumunu etkilediği bildirilmektedir (24,26,27). Bu açıdan bakıldığında çalışma literatürdeki bulguları desteklemektedir.…”
Section: Tablo 1 Katılımcıların Tanıtıcı öZellikleri Ile Yatö Puan Ortalamalarının Karşılaştırılmasıunclassified