75 years and over in the middle of the COVID-19 pandemic
"The value of life is becoming age dependent and ageism more acceptable", skriver vår affilierade forskare Satya Brink.
The pandemic is affecting the public perception of the age group 75 and over as frail, unproductive, consuming valuable health resources and unfairly economically privileged resulting in their being undervalued and misrepresented in public discourse.
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- Brink, S. (2019). The contribution of capital assets to the well-being of adult Canadians as they age and appropriate adult learning responses.
- Brink, S., Nissinen, K. (2018). The challenge for equity and excellence in bilingual Finland: Evidence for future successful action. Jyväskylä: University of Jyväskylä, Finnish Institute for Educational Research
- Brink, S. (2017). The high performance of Canada’s education systems is confirmed by multiple international assessments. In: Szkolne talenty Europy u progu zmian - Polscy uczniowie w najnowszych badaniach Międzynarodowych Warsaw: Evidence Institute
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