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  Ageism and Ageing, Republic of Ireland - 2003

Variable Listing for Module: Attitudes_to_Older_People

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OTREAT: Are older people are treated better or worse because of their age?

ORESPECT: As you get older, do people treat you with more respect?

AUTHOLD: Do the authorities in Ireland do all they should for older people?

OPADMIRE: Are older people admired and respected by young people?

GIVUPWRK: Should people in their 50s give up work to make way for younger people?

OPSETWAY: Are older people too set in their ways and ideas?

OPLSTNYP: Are older people willing to listen to young peopleís views?

OPRIGHTS: Should older people stand up more actively for their own rights?

OPYPMIX: Should older and younger people mix together more often socially?

OPPRICES: Should all older people be given reduced prices for things like gas, electricity, telephone and transport?

OPYOUNG: Are older people much younger in their ways these days?

NOTRECOP: Does society recognise the contribution that many older people are still able to make?

HSCWOP1: Do health and social care workers treat older people differently with regard to their attitudes to them?

HSCWOP2: Do health and social care workers treat older people differently with regard to the treatment of their illnesses?

HSCWOP3: Do health and social care workers treat older people differently when placing them on waiting lists for tests and operations?

ULESSDIG: Were you ever treated with less dignity and respect by people in the health and social care professions because of your age?

UNOTMED: Were you ever not offered medical treatment because of your age?

FLESSDIG: Was a friend or family member treated with less dignity and respect by people in the health and social care professions because of their age?

FNOTMED: Was a friend or family member not offered medical treatment because of their age?

OPLKWORK: Are people in their 50ís and 60ís who are looking for work are generally treated better han younger people by prospective employers?

RETPDEMP: Should people over the state retirement age be encouraged to stay in paid employment?

OWJBREC: Are older workers discriminated against with regard to job recruitment?

OWJBPROM: Are older workers discriminated against with regard to job promotion?

OWJBTRAN: Are older workers discriminated against with regard to job training?

OWJBSTAT: Are older workers discriminated against with regard to status or position in their organisation?

UDISCEMP: Did an employer not treat you well because of your age?

FDISCEMP: Was a friend or family member not treated well by an employer because of their age?

FS50PEN: Do people in their fifties and up to retirement age get a good deal from the financial sector?

FSOVPEN: Do people over retirement age get a good deal from the financial sector?

UDISCFS: Have you ever not treated as well as you might have been by the financial sector because of your age?

FDISCFS: Was a friend or family member not treated as well as they might have been by the financial sector because of their age?

DISEMP50: Is it legal for an employer to refuse to employ a person because they are older?

LWEMPAGE: Are you in favour of making it illegal to refuse to employ someone because of their age?

DISGDS50: Is it legal for someone providing goods and services to refuse someone access because they are older?

LWGDSAGE: Are you of making it illegal to refuse someone access to goods and services because they are older?

FIXRTAGE: Is a fixed retirement age fair?

WKRETAGE: Would you prefer to work beyond the current retirement age?

RETGRAD: Would you prefer to retire gradually?

JOBSEC: Should a secretarial job go to a 52 or a 24 year old?

HEARTOP: Should an older or a younger man receive a heart by-pass first?

PENROI: Is a pension of Ä147.30 per week a good deal?

STFINPEN: Is the financial provision made by the state for pensioners adequate?

OMARR50: Would most people in Ireland mind a close relative in her 20s wanted to marry a man in his 50s?

SMARR50: Would you mind a close relative in her 20s wanted to marry a man in his 50s?



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