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Ontario, Canada prohibits height discrimination under the human rights code.
There is one U.S. state, Michigan, that prohibits height discrimination.
The decision to medically intervene on the healthy child's stature is socially based due to height discrimination and prejudice.
Height discrimination is most common against shorter than average men and is generally accepted and ignored.
These examples, however, were all before modern forms of multi-media, i.e., television, which may further height discrimination in modern society.
Currently, there is one state in the United States of America, Michigan, that prohibits height discrimination.
Glass scintillators are however sensitive to electrons and γ rays as well (pulse height discrimination can be used for particle identification).
Although NOSSA is not directly involved in any lobbying activities, the group supports height discrimination legislation.
Compliance Guidelines To Prohibit Weight and Height Discrimination (July 2001)
Two municipalities currently prohibit height discrimination: Santa Cruz, California and San Francisco, California.
And since restrictions on how tall goalies can be is straight up height discrimination, the only way we can shrink the goalies is to shrink their gear.
NOSSA provides legal assistance for members who present valid claims of height discrimination in employment, housing and other real estate, public accommodations, public service, and educational facilities.
It's time we take a serious look at heightism.
Heightism is prejudice or discrimination against individuals based on height.
An end to heightism would have relieved the bitterness that started me writing about this in 1988.
The group defined heightism as, "a prejudiced attitude about human height that often results in discrimination."
Heightism is also a factor in dating preferences.
For a person with dwarfism, heightism can lead to ridicule in childhood and discrimination in adulthood.
NOSSA was opposed to the prejudice known as heightism.
Heightism is one of a proliferation of neologisms relating to prejudice and discrimination that are lexically patterned after sexism.
Excessive tallness and excessive shortness each can cause social exclusion and discrimination for both men and women (heightism).
Moreover, physicians are regularly sought out by parents spurred by what is sometimes referred to as heightism, society's obsession with height as a symbol of success.
Heightism was included in the Second Barnhart Dictionary of New English (1971) and popularized by Time magazine in a 1971 article on Feldman's paper.
They ceaselessly complain about the heightism with which our society is riddled (the tall complain only when they are forced into airplanes, on which the short have a design monopoly).
In the media, heightism can take the form of making fun of people whose height is out of the normal range in ways that would be unseemly if directed at skin color or weight.
In the movies, Gimli's more prosaic and blunt style contrasted to Aragorn and Legolas is somewhat exaggerated, and he often provides the defusing comic relief, with much of the humor based on heightism.
The organization ran a series of public education programs, sponsored height-related research, acted as a media "watch-dog" group, provided legal assistance for those affected by heightism, hosted online discussion groups, and invited members to gather once a year for an annual convention.
As regular readers know, this column has no truck with the concept of fashion age limits, which is but another bat from the same box of weapons as fattism, heightism and label snobbery with which to beat people into feeling bad about themselves.
Meanwhile, despite being commissioned for the Upstairs, Timberlake Wertenbaker's The Grace of Mary Traverse found its way to the main stage because its lead actor, Janet McTeer, in a case of sheer heightism, was considered too tall for the studio space.
The term heightism was coined by sociologist Saul Feldman in a paper titled "The presentation of shortness in everyday life-height and heightism in American society: Toward a sociology of stature", presented at the meeting of the American Sociological Association in 1971.
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