By John Macnicol
Age discrimination is a hugely topical factor in all industrialized societies. established upon targeted examine, and adopting an interdisciplinary strategy, this targeted learn lines the historical past of the age discrimination debate in Britain and the U.S. because the Thirties. It seriously analyzes the thoughts of ageism in social family members and age discrimination in employment. Case-studies on generational fairness and wellbeing and fitness care rationing by way of age are via an research of the British government's tasks opposed to age discrimination in employment. The e-book then strains the background of the talk on well-being prestige and outdated age.
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71, 130–1, 140, 149–56, 162. Levine’s excellent study deserves to be read in its entirety. 32 Age Discrimination Levine’s sensitive exploration of these issues is an invaluable reminder that the distinction between ‘rational’ or ‘justified’ discrimination and ‘irrational’ or ‘unjustified’ discrimination is complex and nuanced. Precisely defining ‘justified’ (job-related) discrimination raises the question of whether one should take account of background cultural and attitudinal factors. For example, a firm may have an all-white workforce whose collective attitudes are racist.
Massachusetts Board of Retirement v. Murgia, quoted in Howard Eglit, ‘Old Age and the Constitution’, Chicago-Kent Law Review, vol. 57, no. 4, 1981, p. 884. See, for example, oral evidence by Representative James A. Burke, Age Discrimination in Employment. Hearings Before the General Subcommittee on Labor of the Committee on Education and Labor. House of Representatives, August 1, 2, 3, 15, 16 and 17 1967 (1967), p. 449. Analysing ageism and age discrimination 25 ability differentials between individuals widen and the requirements of each job vary greatly.
Wise, ‘Retirement Against the Demographic Trend: More Older People Living Longer, Working Less, and Saving Less’, Demography, vol. 34, no. 1, Feb. 1997, pp. 83–95. Carole Haber and Brian Gratton, Old Age and the Search for Security. An American Social History (1994), p. 88. Posner, Aging, p. 40. Posner’s book is, nevertheless, a most interesting and thoughtprovoking study. Dora L. Costa, The Evolution of Retirement. An American Economic History, 1880–1990 (1998), esp. pp. 14–21. 164 For such workers, the disutility of work may rise sharply at later ages.
Age Discrimination: An Historical and Contemporary Analysis by John Macnicol