(noun) The hypothesis that people understand the world through the lens of their own language.
(noun) To wander around or stand in a public place without an obvious reason; linger without purpose.
(noun) A change within a cohort that is attributable to aging.
(noun) A study that collects data on the same units of analysis at two or more time periods, or from comparable units of analysis across different age cohorts at one point in time, with the primary aim of observing phenomena over time.
(noun) An individual’s conception of how they appear to others.
(noun) Discrimination or prejudice against someone based on their looks (appearance).
(noun) A form of popular culture that has mass appeal.