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Oral History Presentation

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Fionie Chow

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Oral History Presentation
Background
Research & the Interviewee
Method
How Do We Investigate
Component 1 Past Recollections - Analysis
Applying Different Theories
Content
Background
The Background of the Research
The Background of our Interviewee
Method
Conducted interviews with our interviewee
Analysis with multi-perspective lens
Interview Summary
General Questions
Timeline
Analysis
Analysis
Component 1 Past Recollections
Childhood
Adolescence
Adulthood
Component 2 Present Experience
Background of the Project
To see if stages theories developed by Erikson, Cooley, etc are applicable for Hong Kong middle age people in particular.
If so, to apply those theories.

Background of the Interviewee
Name: Sunny Chow
Gender: Male Age: 55
Residence: Tai Kok Tsui (young)
Hong Kong Island (present)
Occupation: Medical Technology
Academic Background: Finished secondary school
Family Members: Wife and two daughters
Four Siblings: 2 elder sisters, 1 elder brother and 1 younger brother

Questions We Have Covered
Family construction
Relationship with parents during different stages
How peer relationship affects Sunny
Academic pressure and competition
Romantic relationship
Career development
Youth nowadays
Views on elderly in different stages of life
Attachment Style
John Bowlby’s Theory
1. Secure
2. Ambivalent
3. Avoidant
4. Disorganized
Analysis
Life is simple
Erikson’s Psychosocial Theory
Explore their interpersonal skills
Developed a sense of secure
Took the initiative to play

Childhood
Adulthood
Summary
Relationship:
balanced, not too obsessed to work
leave some time with the family
married in 1985

Adolescence
Different views on when adolescence begins
Biological changes along with puberty (Arnold Gesell)
“Psychological Disequilibrium" (Anna Freud)
“Storm and stress” -contridictions (G Standly Hall)
Search for own identity (Erikson)
Biological, psychological changes such as internal conflicts

Childhood: School Age
Childhood: Pre-School
Summary
Relationships
Family
good relationship with siblings and parents
Neighbours
playmates
ball games & DIY games

Secure
Scolded & Beaten
turn to his parents for help
trust

Summary
not very competitive
pay less attention to the grades
less students will go to tutorial classes after school
interviewee will not feel bad for failing exams

Analysis
Erikson’s Psychosocial Theory

Industry VS Inferiority
parents’ support
friends' encouragement

→ Sense of Competence
Pressure
Stress


→ Failure
Academic
Summary
Studied in a boys and girls school
Not very good results
Thought girls are better in studies
Many Exams (F5, F6, F7)

Friends
Love
Summary
Noticed the differences
Embarrassed to communicate
Wants to have a girlfriend

Biological Changes
Summary
Develop second sexual characteristics
Wishes to be more masculine, handsome, more beard


Family
Summary
Spend time with family
Is not too rebellious

Future
A bit lost, contridictions
No particular plans, just follow mainstream
Theories applied to his adolescent experiences → typical teenager

Analysis
Does not feel embarrassed
Teenagers care about physical appearances


Analysis
Anthropological Perspective: Traditional Chinese family more strict
Not too close with family during that stage

Summary
Peer pressure
Different spending habits
Feels contridicted (Cool VS. Good student)

Analysis
Sense of belonging, accepted by peers
Wants to fit it→Peer pressure

Analysis
Mature sexually, attracted by the opposite sex
Curious, Shy to talk with the girls

Analysis
Anthropological perspective: Chinese culture
Very pressured
Faced more exam than HKDSE
Social and Family pressure

Analysis
Balance between work and family
Traditional thought
prefer boys to girls

Component 2 Present Experience - Analysis
Psychological Perspective
Views towards Elderly
Role changed from being cared by the elderly to caring the elderly as he grows
It is good for the elderly to be sent to the aged nursing house due to the economic and time constraint
The society is not providing enough support and resources to the elderly
Anthropological Perspective
Sociological Perspective
Views towards Youth Nowadays
Youth nowadays are less independent and sociable and a little self-centered sometimes

Socialization
The process of socialization of the present generations are less effective in developing the communication skills of the youth
Affect Control Theory
Adolescent WERE expected to be anxious and amused
Sociological Perspective
Taking the role of the others – Mead (1932)
People carry the society with them in their mind
Contemplate how they present themselves to the others

The looking glass self – Cooley (1902)
Imagine how we appear to the others
Imagine the judgment of the others
Develop behavior based on the imagination

Cognitive development
Complex abstract thinking
Intelligence development

Morality development
Sympathy

Views towards Elderly
Role changed from being cared by the elderly to caring the elderly as he grows
It is good for the elderly to be sent to the aged nursing house due to the economic and time constraint
The society is not providing enough support and resources to the elderly
Western culture influence
Abundant economic resources but insufficient support to the elderly
Technology - oriented society

Chan Ching Man Sharon
Chow Chi Kwan Fionie
Chung Shing Hin
Ko Tsz Yan Cindy
Zhao Xinyu Natalia

(a) To conduct an interview with designed questions
to go through his past stages of life; and
to see if he is satisfied with support to old age people

(b) To analyze his responses with theories in different perspectives

(c) To analyze his comments on support to old age people
Summary
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