Awareness and social psychological phenomenon for the elderly -The Structural Analysis of the film 'Miss Granny'-

노인에 대한 인식과 사회심리현상 -영화 '수상한 그녀'의 구조분석-

  • Received : 2015.01.22
  • Accepted : 2015.03.20
  • Published : 2015.03.28


Through the film 'Miss Granny', we analyzed a variety of structures. Social awareness of the cultural content of the film shown in the form of elderly social psychology, combination of approaches, role structural analysis of the people around centered the main character, acceleration structure analysis of the people around, the atmosphere structural analysis according to the environment of the people around. By these analysis, the elderly mentality was noticed by sociological theory related to the elderly. The formation of negative stereotypes and perceptions in what young people have a bias and unconscious, conscious discrimination against the elderly was mentioned in conclusion. Because the positive changes in recognition of the elderly is necessary, collective prejudice should be eliminated. The social atmosphere composition that can empathize with the sentiment of the elderly in the pursuit of youth and the necessity to develop generation integrated social programs with that younger generation and older generation sympathize together were suggested. were heartfelt suggested.


Structural analysis;Elderly psychology;changes of recognition;Discrimination against the elderly;Generation Integration;Complex approach


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