Aging and Ethnicity Introduction Ethnicity has to do with belonging since the older person is of a different ancestral background and land of origin and has a different history, history and language than members of the mainstream Society (Chappell, McDonald & Stones, 2008). There are a number of serious problems which are encountered by people from various ethnic groups and a variety of factors are at work to create these problems. This paper will critique and analyze Chappell, et al.’s chapter on ethnicity in light of other articles. The only significant difference between Chappell, et al.’s chapter and the other article is approach because the chapter presents an overview of theories whereas the authors of the other articles...The end:
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