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How does ageism influence the presence of diversity in society?
Ageism is a negative bias against a person or group of people on the grounds of age. [ Ageism is usually focused on two targets: young adults and older adults but ageism can affect employees of any age. Ageism includes attitudes and actions which relegate or treat as “not as good” a person or group for no other reason than their age. Research shows that women are likely to experience the
effects of such attitudes and actions before the age of 21 and over the age of 40 and that men under 18 and over the age of 50 are similarly affected. ]
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