Translation of ageism in Spanish:


discriminación por razones de edad, n.

Pronunciation /ˈeɪdʒˌɪzəm/ /ˈeɪdʒɪz(ə)m/


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    discriminación por razones de edad feminine
    • Ethnic prejudice, ageism, and sexism still prevent many people from advancing.
    • We strive to eliminate sexism, ageism, heterosexism and other forms of discrimination from our lives.
    • 16 per cent of IT staff have encountered ageism on the grounds they were too old.
    • Employer discrimination and ageism are a contributing factor in relegating these workers to the scrap heap.
    • And he again points out rampant agism that discriminates against experienced programmers and in favour of workaholic cheaper developers.
    • Other forms of bias include ageism, sexism, and racism.
    • While sexism, ageism and racism have all become social no-nos, fattism remains a perfectly acceptable prejudice.
    • Finally, the discrimination imposed by sexism has parallels in the prejudice implied by ageism.
    • The notion of agism is associated with discriminating attitudes toward people on the basis of their age.
    • Well, partly it's - you could call it age discrimination or ageism.
    • Finally, how do the lenses of classism, ageism and racism, especially when applied together, enable us better to see women's position on ships?
    • Little Ray and Caz uncover some uncomfortable truths, and Ray and Jim have to come to terms with the prejudices of ageism, family loyalty and love.
    • Others may be unduly influenced by variables such as sexism, racism, ageism, or a lack of resources.
    • As for you studios, one tip: there's a fair bit of fattism, ageism, gratuitous violence, sexism and sheer bland awfulness on that nominee list too.
    • Indeed, ageism and classism seemed almost nonexistent.
    • Adie's fall from grace was not the result of sexism, ageism or an obsession with celebrity-led reporting.
    • Some prejudices (preconceived opinions of an individual based on opinions about the many) have names such as racism, sexism, or ageism.
    • She said it also found that ageism was a particularly insidious form of discrimination and did not just target the elderly, but simply those who were older than others.
    • It was nothing more than a sad example of ageism that served no purpose other than to be blatantly discriminatory against the older car driver.
    • Feminist writer and broadcaster Bea Campbell explains that ageism towards women is inextricably bound up with sexism.