disempowerment


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dis·em·pow·er

 (dĭs′ĕm-pou′ər)
tr.v. dis·em·pow·ered, dis·em·pow·er·ing, dis·em·pow·ers
To deprive of power or influence.

dis′em·pow′er·ment n.
Translations

disempowerment

[ˌdɪsɪmˈpaʊərmənt] nperte d'autonomie f
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It was about responding to the disempowerment people who receive public services often feel; the disempowerment people who work in public services often feel.
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It is important for others around the world to appreciate how deeply many Arab citizens feel this sense of disempowerment, dependency, marginalization, and manipulation and control by others.
Suddenly, the issue becomes less about ageism and more about disempowerment.