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Constructions of Women’s Age at the Workplace


Margret Beisheim, Florentine Maier, Linda Maria Kreil and Bianca Gusenbauer

Contents: Margret Beisheim: Women’s Age as a «Double Jeopardy» - an Introduction – Helga Eberherr/Alexander Fleischmann/Roswitha Hofmann: Labour Market and Organisational Perspectives on Age(ing) - Bringing Gender, Diversity, and Intersectionality into Focus – Monika E. von Bonsdorff/Sirpa Koponen/Iiris Aaltio: Staying in Working Life? Early Retirement Intentions among Public Sector Nurses – Irene Kloimüller: Ageing at Work from a Woman’s Perspective – Marilyn Clarke/Linley Hartmann/Margaret Patrickson: Factors Influencing Work or Retirement Decisions for Australian Women Academics – Linley Hartmann/Helene Mayerhofer: Career Opportunities for Older Women: Does Career Capital Theory Assist in Understanding the Options They Have? – Linda Kreil: Women’s Age in the Austrian Employment Law with a Special Focus on Dismissal Protection – Florentine Maier: Doing Hair - Doing Age: Perspectives of Emancipated Ageing.