I. Introduction: You will set the stage for your analysis paper by comparing the primary concerns raised in the interview you conducted in a previous milestone with the primary concerns identified in the course and in your independent research. Specifically, compare the primary concerns raised by your interviewee to those discussed during this class. Consider why the identified concerns are concerns for the aging population.
II. Perspectives: Now that you have analyzed multiple concerns of the aging population, you will select one primary concern on which to focus your analysis paper, comparing the historical and current perspectives of the specific concern. A. Primary Concern: Select one of the previously identified primary concerns to be the focus of the remainder of your analysis paper, explaining why you selected this specific concern. For example, you may explain that you found one concern more interesting than the others, or you may have a personal connection with a specific concern. B. Historical Perspectives: Describe the historical perspectives of the selected concern for the aging population, supporting your description with evidence. For example, what was the public perception of the concern with respect to the aging population 20 or 30 years ago? How did the aging population perceive the concern 20 or 30 years ago? Consider that the specific concern may not have been a concern for the public or aging population in the past. C. Current Perspectives: Describe the current perspectives of the selected concern for the aging population, supporting your description with evidence. For example, what is the public’s perception of the concern for the aging population? D. Compare Perspectives: Compare the historical and current perspectives of the concern, citing specific similarities and differences in the perspectives. What stood out about the similarities and differences in the search? E. Potential Improvements: Identify potential improvements in the public perception of the aging population with respect to the concern, supporting your claims with evidence. If you do not feel that the public perception could be improved, justify your response with evidence.