Interview someone currently in late adulthood. Allow the person you interview to

Interview someone currently in late adulthood. Allow the person you interview to share the story of their family, faith, career, and any other important memories with you. Note information about this person’s physical, cognitive, and socioemotional health. Be sure to address the following in your interview, as they will be key components of your presentation: What major events seemed to shape the person’s development? Does this person seem to express integrity or despair according to Erikson (Kail & Cavanaugh, 2019, p. 508-509)? In what ways has this person coped with loss? What, if any, significant loss has he or she experienced? What role has religion played in the person’s life?
The following components should be included in your presentation (8-10 slides, not including title slide or references):
Title slide.
Description of your interview.
Avoid including any identifying information, such as names of people or location, but you can describe the nature of the setting or background information, for example, general location of interview.
Include any other details relevant to your analysis without revealing identity.
For instance, you could describe socioeconomic or cultural variables observed, religious or academic factors—e.g., “interview with older male with self-reported agnostic worldview.”
Key takeaways, focusing particularly on the bulleted requirements. Report your personal experiences, impressions, reactions, and any new perspectives you have gained because of your experience.
Connections to the text as well as connections to at least two scholarly sources/academic journal articles.
Reference slide (APA format).

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