Påmeldingsdato: 24. mar. 2022

Does Age Reflect Intelligence?

Does age reflect Intelligence? Are we still living by the social stereotype that the young are dim-witted and dull? In any case, what do we see when we look at how old someone is? With age we see experience, and with experience we see authority. Therefore one is forced to conclude that people are more convinced by older writers due to their credibility on the subject.


However, what if a particularly young writer were to write blog posts that reflected knowledge on the subject. Would you ignore his age and simply see that he is a credible and knowledgeable person on the subject? Or would you look at him in disgust and convince yourself that he isn’t smart enough to tell you about that topic?

As much as most would like to believe in their own ethics and moral, many of my readers were shocked at the fact of how young I am and were sending me hate-mail complaining of how I was a “stupid fucking kid.”

First of all, I’m not stupid. Second, after delving into my log files I found that this guy was a daily reader of my blog. So why then did he proceed to hate me when he found out my age? I can see how people use age as a measure of education, but how can you ignore countless examples of professionalism which prove otherwise? So how then does my age suddenly change any credibility I’ve built for myself?

Have you had any particular experiences with blogging that related to your age? Did people treat you differently due to your age? In particular, have any other young writers had the same above stated problem?

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