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social exclusion

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(Sociology) the failure of society to provide certain individuals and groups with those rights and benefits normally available to its members, such as employment, adequate housing, health care, education and training, etc
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There is a variety of literature available on social exclusion estimation through social development indicators such as lack of participation in social institutions (Duffy, 1995; Silver, 2015); social exclusion and deprivation by Sen (1976) and the Melbourne Institute approach by Scutella, Wilkins and Horn, (2009) and Scutella, Wilkins and Kostenko, (2009).
The government on Tuesday sought to massage latest European Union data showing a slight drop in the percentage of people in Cyprus who are at risk of poverty or social exclusion, saying that this reflected an overall improvement in the economy.
[USA] Sep 27( ANI ): Turns out, hindered thought and negative emotions may be linked to unintended social exclusion on Facebook and other social media sites, hurting a person unintentionally.
Objective: To investigate social exclusion, mental health and demographic characteristics as risk and protective factors of suicidal ideation among adults with hearing loss.
Poverty and Social Exclusion in the UK; Volume 2: The Dimensions of Disadvantage
The share of children at risk of poverty or social exclusion in the EU has slightly decreased over the years from 27.5% in 2010 to 26.4% in 2016.
Next year's budget is very important, as it will cover Lithuania's key priorities, namely, reduction of social exclusion and ensuring security said President Dalia Grybauskaite after meeting the Board of Parliament.
This paper makes an effort to look in to the different aspects of social exclusion and its influence on the life patterns of tea workers in Bangladesh.
Perceived social exclusion is an emotional state in which people's need for a sense of belonging is threatened, or they feel ignored or rejected by society (Lee & Shrum, 2012).
BRUSSELS, Nov 16 (KUNA) -- At least 25 million children or 26.9 percent of the population aged 0 to 17 in Europe were at risk of poverty or social exclusion in 2015, according to a report by released Wednesday by Eurostat, the EU's statistical office.
This contradiction is shown up in differences between academic and policy oriented definitions of social exclusion. The Social Exclusion Unit of the UK government defined social exclusion:
Prof Mark Shucksmith, from Newcastle University, is part of a team of academics who have devised what they believe is a fairer way of identifying the most significant areas of poverty and social exclusion across Europe.

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