Discrimination and subjective well-being: protective influences of membership in a discriminated category.

  • Karel Hnilica
  • Published 2011 in Central European journal of public health


BACKGROUND Research reveals that discrimination has harmful effects on health and quality of life. Among the most frequent types of discrimination pertains gender and age discrimination. Research results show that discriminatory behaviours based on gender afflict predominantly women; age discrimination afflicts mainly older adults. At the same time, it has… (More)


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