Expectations and Gendered Experiences

The items in this collection relate to the exhibition on Ageing and in particular to the expectations the Bridge-IT participants had for their later life as well as the operation of gender in shaping those expectations as well as the experience of ageing.


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Eileen McCann compares the experiences of growing older as a woman with that of men.
Marie Murphy reflects on how men and women may experience ageing differently.
Jim Quinn talks about the increased quality of life expectancy for older people now compared to when he was a child.
Hugh Smullen talks about his perceptions of older people when he was a child.
Stephanie Cannon talks about feeling lucky that she has reached her age now and is still in good health.
Stephanie Cannon compares her life now to her mother's life.

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