misdistribution

misdistribution

(ˌmɪsdɪstrɪˈbjuːʃən)
n
an inequitable or imbalanced distribution
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The bill seeks to address both issues of scarcity and misdistribution of physicians in the country through the granting of scholarships to deserving medical students provided that they would serve the country for five years.
Overstated forecasts may cause misdistribution of ammunition assets.
This can perhaps be attributed to various factors such as poor law and order situation, job insecurity, limited scope in career, rural/urban misdistribution of health workers, tenuous quality control and standardization of care etc.
This is evident in the uneven spread of training institutions at state/regional levels and misdistribution of skills.
This conceptual framework also considers power and its misdistribution as critical elements within the history of school desegregation.
The resulting insulation from competition contributes to the undersupply and misdistribution of medical providers nationwide.
They point out to two further population problems besides rapid growth: geographical misdistribution, and degrading demographic characteristics.
This realization provides an even starker contrast than the one presented in the previously discussed panoramic scenes, for this contrast is between what happens when humans live in cooperation with nature as the Bathtub inhabitants do (mutual flourishing, survival) and what happens when humans attempt to dominate as the mainland's inhabitants do (misdistribution of resources, death).
We face gender imbalance in the healthcare professionals, there is migration of healthcare workers and geographic misdistribution. Pakistan has more number of doctors than nurses.
The New Society is socially oriented in the sense that it is committed to demolish the wide misdistribution of wealth and income in this country.
The wording is wide enough to include misdistribution of profits and interests, misstatements in the memorandum, and specifically refers to forecasts and the dishonest concealment of material facts or disclosing of confidential information.
We choose to interrogate schools because classrooms are locations where knowledge, and thus power, is re/produced, assembled, and allocated (Fernandez, 2002; Juarez & Hayes, 2012; Ladson-Billings, 1998); as such, power's misdistribution can begin to be disrupted there, too.