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Age Discrimination Act 2004 (Cth) By CourtRules
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Age Discrimination Act 2004 (Cth) - Version 29 July 2011
Discrimination Through the Eyes of Room 311 By Mr. Garcia's 4th Grade
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This book is a collection of 4th grade students thoughts, feelings, and personal experiences with discrimination. Our goal is to open the discussion on discrimination at a young age, while also... More > demonstrating students ability to comprehend complex societal issues. The sooner students are encouraged to discuss discrimination, the sooner they can have an impact in stopping it.< Less
The Proactive Employer: Selected Readings on Compliance, Employment Discrimination and Litigation Avoidance By Stephanie R. Thomas, Ph.D.
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Managing EEO compliance and employment practices litigation is critical in today's business climate. This book provides basic information about the kinds of risks you face. Inside you’ll find... More > short articles on gender discrimination, race and national origin discrimination, age discrimination, retaliation, recruiting and hiring, compensation and termination. Most importantly, you’ll find concise information with practical suggestions on how to be compliant and manage your employment litigation risk. The goal of these writings is to give readers the tools and information they need to proactively examine employment decisions with respect to equity. This book is designed to give you a starting point, to address your concerns about these kinds of analyses, and put you on the path to becoming a Proactive Employer.< Less
Age, Old Age, Language, Law By Howard Eglit
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This book addresses the uses and misuses of language to both create and to perpetuate ageism, i.e. negative biases regarding the elderly. The primary focus is on depictions, reports, etc., in the... More > print news media, with attention also addressed to age bias in movies, television, and literature. Legal analysis is presented in an effort to determine whether there are law-based means to combat the rampant age discrimination that these vehicles of communication both create and nurture. Non-legal initiatives for combating ageism also are addressed. The author of this synthesis of sociological, linguistic, and legal sources is a law school professor who is one of the best-known experts in law-and-aging issues in the U.S. He has written extensively on these issues, as well as appeared in numerous public speaking fora, and has litigated as well.< Less
The Age of Confusion By Seamus bin-Shylockeen
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Western European Christian Civilization has declined through a rapid cultural and societal change different from anything else experienced by a European society. A fundamental alteration of the... More > values, mores, absolutisms, traditions, families, sexes, hierarchy, beliefs and institutions has occurred since the 1960s. If the Enlightenment was the Age of Reason, we have entered an Age of Confusion. Apart from the slow internal naturally occurring changes within society, external factors have forced an alien unnatural worldview onto our civilization. Society has become an inverted and inside-out version of what it was 100 years ago with the European male experiencing discrimination in the countries their ancestors built on a daily basis. The effects are observed as a multi-headed hydra of simultaneous, undermining attacks to overwhelm the fabric of society. This book analyses those developments towards understanding the root cause of the decline of the West and our present Age of Confusion.< Less
Pristine Affluence: Daoist Roots in the Stone Age By Livia Kohn
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The golden age of Daoists, rather than being imaginary, closely matches life in the Mesolithic, ca. 9000-5000 BCE, a sedentary form of hunting and gathering before the full development of agriculture... More > and the rise of stratified societies and discriminating consciousness. Pristine Affluence examines fundamental values, social structure, leadership ideals, nonviolence, Daoist diet, gender equality as well as forms worship and self-cultivation within this context An enlightening account of Daoism in the context of human development since the Paleolithic, it offers a new vision of the Daoist tradition, Chinese history, and essential human choices.< Less
AFRICAN AMERICAN CIVIL RIGHTS IN THE AGE OF OBAMA: A HISTORY AND A HANDBOOK By Harold McDougall
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AFRICAN AMERICAN CIVIL RIGHTS IN THE AGE OF OBAMA: A HISTORY AND A HANDBOOK, by Prof. Harold McDougall of the Howard University School of Law is a look at some of the remaining trouble spots in... More > black-white relations in the United States today, with the benefit of the Obama Administration's first year in office as a backdrop. The book begins with racial profiling, a topic particularly charged as a consequence of Harvard professor Henry Louis Gates' arrest in his own home, for disorderly conduct, by Cambridge, Massachusetts police. Other trouble spots include hate crimes, discrimination against consumers, employment discrimination, voting rights, housing discrimination and discrimination in public education.< Less
AFRICAN AMERICAN CIVIL RIGHTS IN THE AGE OF OBAMA: A HISTORY AND A HANDBOOK By Harold McDougall
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AFRICAN AMERICAN CIVIL RIGHTS IN THE AGE OF OBAMA: A HISTORY AND A HANDBOOK, by Prof. Harold McDougall of the Howard University School of Law is a look at some of the remaining trouble spots in... More > black-white relations in the United States today, with the benefit of the Obama Administration's first year in office as a backdrop. The book begins with racial profiling, a topic particularly charged as a consequence of Harvard professor Henry Louis Gates' arrest in his own home, for disorderly conduct, by Cambridge, Massachusetts police. Other trouble spots include hate crimes, discrimination against consumers, employment discrimination, voting rights, housing discrimination and discrimination in public education.< Less
Over 40, Over Educated, and Underemployed By Offie Wortham, PhD
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This article/book will show that underemployment of the highly educated is one of the reasons for the much publicized declining unemployment rate; that the education system is turning out more... More > graduates than there are jobs; that modern technology and automation has helped employers eliminate thousands of qualified workers; that age discrimination is real; that downsizing and outsourcing are also a another major factor contributing toward the creation of a new subgroup in the nation, "The Affluent Poor."< Less
Don't Judge Others By Cindy Christmas
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A tale of two families who have two children that are the same ages. The Long family is poor, and their children are slow learners, but the Joseph family are wealthy, and their children are very... More > smart. The Joseph family looks down on people who are not as fortunate as them, but they have yet to learn a valuable lesson.< Less

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