4 edition of Ageism, early exit, and the rationality of age-based discrimination found in the catalog.
Ageism, early exit, and the rationality of age-based discrimination
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||by Colin Duncan.|
|Series||Working paper series / University of Edinburgh, Management School -- no. 96/11, Working paper series (University of Edinburgh. Management School) -- no. 96/11.|
|Contributions||University of Edinburgh. Management School.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||19 p. :|
|Number of Pages||19|
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1 Colin Duncan, ‘Ageism, Early Exit, and the Rationality of Age-Based Discrimination’ in Ian Glover & Mohamed Branine (eds), Ageism in Work and Employment () 2 This discrimination may be unconscious. For a discussion on unconscious discrimination, please see. Age discrimination is an adverse work treatment of an employee based on a class or category that the employee belongs to—employees over age 40—rather than on the employee's individual merit. People who are age 40 and older are protected from employment discrimination based on age by the Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA) of Author: Susan M. Heathfield.
Age Discrimination Ageism. Ageism is prejudice or discrimination against older persons because of their age (Palmore, ). The following is Elizabeth Vierck's description of ageism (Vierck, ): Ageism is manifested in our society's worship of youth and its anxiety over wrinkles, in the contradictions of our desire for longevity and reluctance to grow old, and in the . Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library.
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Part I Introduction: the challenge of longer and healthier lives, Ian Glover; Mohamed Branine. Part II The problem and its causes: ageism, early exit, and the early exit of age-based discrimination, Colin Duncan; do not go gently into that good night - some thoughts on paternalism, management and society, Ian Glover, Mohamed Branine; the plateaued manager.
Of the three categories, age is the only one in which the members of the in-group (the young) will eventually join the out-group (the old). Although ageism is found cross-culturally, it is especially prevalent in the United States, where most people regard /5(5).
and the rationality of age-based discrimination book Machine generated contents note: Part I - Introduction -- 1 Introduction: the challenge of longer and healthier lives -- lan Glover and Mohamed Branine -- Part II - The problem and its causes -- 2 Ageism, early exit, and the rationality of age-based discrimination -- Colin Duncan -- 3 'Do not go gentle into that good night': some thoughts on paternalism, -- ageism, management Cited by: Ageism and Age Discrimination 5 3.
Why a Revival of Interest. There are a number of reasons why ageism and age discrimination returned to the social policy agenda from the early s onwards.
The debate on age discrimination in employment has been inextricably linked to wider economic concerns and associated strategies. Age Discrimination looks at how both young and old can be penalised by prejudice against their age group.
Following recent changes in the law, the issue of age discrimination has come to the fore. The new legislation will extend legal oversight of age-related discrimination to the provision of facilities, goods and services, as well as employment.
Designing a HR System for Managing an Age-Diverse Workforce: Challenges and Opportunities. Authors; Authors and affiliations (). Ageism, early exist, and the rationality of age-based discrimination. In I. Golver & M. Branine (Eds.).
Perry, E. L., & Finkelstein, L. Toward a broader view of age discrimination in employment Cited by: 3. The novel To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee sheds light on prejudices and discrimination.
One prejudice in the book is ageism. Ageism is a prejudice or discrimination against people because of their age ("What is agism", Agism Hurts).There are quite a few moments of agism in To Kill a Mockingbird, where both young and old people are discriminated against.
The term ageism was first used by gerontologist Robert N. Butler to describe the discrimination of older adults. Today, the term is often applied to any type of age-based discrimination, whether it involves prejudice against children, teenagers, adults.
Age discrimination refers to the unfair treatment of people because of their age. This type of discrimination has a lower profile than those of racial origin or gender, which generate more complaints. This is likely to change, however, amid the public's growing concern over the aging workforce.
In the first part of the book, Macnicol seeks to distinguish the twin concepts of ageism and age discrimination. He defines ‘ageism’ as ‘the application of assumed age-based characteristics to an individual, regardless of the individual's actual personal characteristics’.Author: Hugh Pemberton.
Age discrimination and early retirement policies: a comparison of labor market regulation in Canada and the United States [Comparative study review]. Journal of Aging & Social Policy, 7 (1), 85– doi: /Jv07n01_Cited by: 5.
The problem and its causes. Ageism, early exit, and the rationality of age-based discrimination / Colin Duncan ; 3. 'Do not go gentle into that good night': some thoughts on paternalism, ageism, management and society / Ian Glover and Mohamed Branine ; 4. The plateaued manager: the anatomy of an ageist stereotype / Peter Herriot ; 5.
Everyday discrimination in the workplace, job satisfaction and psychological wellbeing: age differences and moderating variables - Volume 33 Issue 7 - PHILIP TAYLOR, CHRISTOPHER MCLOUGHLIN, DENNY MEYER, ELIZABETH BROOKECited by: Age Stereotypes in the Workplace: Common Stereotypes, Moderators, and Future Research Directions† Show all authors.
early exit, and the rationality of age-based discrimination. In I. Golver & M. Branine (Eds.), Ageism in work and employment: Age discrimination and personnel psychology: Cited by: Kudos to Ms.
Barnes for Betrayed: The Legalization of Age Discrimination in the Workplace. It is a lively read and an invaluable overview of age discrimination in the workplace. It also is an excellent primer for the legal professional. The author seems to be the only person raising awareness of the pandemic of age discrimination in employment/5(19).
An early article from the man who first coined the term ―ageism‖ and defined it as a disease. This article challenges policymakers, practitioners, scientists, members of the medical profession, the public at large to intervene in combatting ageism.
He begins with a history of ageism as a disease, specifying many of its manifestations. Ageism is defined for the purpose of this discussion as 'unreasonable prejudice and discrimination based on actual or perceived chronological age'.
The collection examines the nature and causes of ageism and age discrimination in work and employment in the UK and, to a lesser extent, in other by: Ageism.
The discrimination based on one’s age. However, Merriam-Webster’s Dictionary defines ageism as, “unfair treatment of old people.” Now, why is it that our minds immediately jump to the elderly when we bring up ageism.
Please, don’t get me wrong, the elderly are a major target for age discrimination, but they are not the only. Abstract. Measures that challenge ageism in employment are among the most prominent policy approaches towards reversing the dramatic decline over the last two decades in the labour market participation of older workers in developed economies.
In Britain, such measures have evolved through three related phases: the `business case' approach;Cited by:. Ageism Or, Age Discrimination 1. AGEISM Or, Age Discrimination Melissa I. Cardenas-Dow LISSJL – UIUC GSLIS, Spring Febru 2. AGE DISCRIMINATION DEFINED • Grouping, categorizing and valuing an age group/range over others • i.e., “Young” vs.
“Old” • Annoyed Librarian column (01/06/14). Duncan, C. () 'Ageism, Early Exit and the Rationality of Age Based Discrimination', in I. Glover and M. Branine (eds) Ageism in Work and Employment. Aldershot: Ashgate. EFA () Ageism and : Malcolm Carey. Ageism is a well-documented, systemic phenomenon whereby prejudice toward aging and older adults is expressed explicitly through actions and behaviors and implicitly through attitudes, beliefs, and values (Nelson, ).The past decade has seen a tremendous effort to raise awareness of and to reduce overt and explicit by: 3.