Category: Public Policy


Nudging Resilience: Promoting Sleep Awareness to Enhance Mental Well-Being in Adults Aged 60+

Ageistic stereotypes and practices have become a normal and therefore pervasive phenomenon in various aspects of everyday life (e.g., Ayalon & Tesch-Römer, 2018). Over the past few years, renewed awareness towards self-directed age stereotyping in older adults has given rise to a new line of research focused on the potential role of attitudes towards ageing


A Content Analysis of YouTube Videos on Older Indians

The importance of media portrayals on perceptions and constructions of reality, including our views of old age, has been underlined by popular media theories such as the cultivation theory. The media portrayal of older persons is particularly significant as it may influence the self-perceptions of older people as well as impact the perception of the