[Air-L] Maybe Off-topic: Ageism and Media

Peter Timusk peterotimusk at gmail.com
Thu Jun 30 17:56:04 PDT 2016

You might try Leroy Stone is he is still around working. He retired from Statistics Canada after some 50 years and was leading demographer and when I was his research assistant he studied working past 65 and aging populations in general. He is at the University of Montreal not far from New York.

In Canada ageism is constitutional protected from discrimination since 1982 and our Chart of rights and freedoms.

Here may be some contact info from LinkedIn then U Montreal.

He may be missing the media aspect but may be not.

Leroy Stone 

Adjunct Professor
Ottawa, Canada Area 	Higher Education Industry 
lstone at bell.net 

Stone, Leroy

Professeur associé
Contact :

leroy.stone at umontreal.ca

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This may be a bit off-topic, but I was wondering if anyone on this list knows of an expert/researcher who's looked at ageism in the media, more specifically negative stereotypes of older people in media representations, including countries other than the US.  If so, could you please forward some names to me?  I am looking for a speaker to propose for a US event in New York.

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