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Does age matter? : law and relationships between the generations : discussion paper / Canada. Law commission.
[Ottawa] : The Commission, 2004, v-52 p.

http://www.cdc.gc.ca/en/themes/pr/oa/discussion_paper/d... (13-08-2004)
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Lieux géographiques
: Canada

Descriptors
:
Elderly
Law
Generations
Age
Justice


Résumé :

Table of Contents

Preface
Introduction

I. Age and Generations Today
Changing Demographics in Canada - An Aging Society
Diversity Within Age Groups and Similarities Beyond Age Categories
Relationships Between Generations
II. Age and Generations in Law
The Use of Age Distinctions in Law
Human Rights and Age Distinctions
The Impact of Using Age as a Marker
III. Two Examples of Age and Generations in Law
Employment
Economic Security
IV. Principles for Law Reform
Values of Equality and Justice
Efficiency and Coherence
V. New Conceptualizations of Age and Generations
Functions, Abilities and Full Participation : Revisiting the Concept of Age in Public Policy
A Society for All Ages: Supporting Just Relationships Between Generations

Conclusion
Summary of Discussion Points
Additional Reading


Illustrations : graph.
Language : Anglais
Book type : DISC
Doc n° : 17581 ISBN / ISSN : 0-662-67773-0
NumRec : 1758103
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