social exclusion


  1. sociol 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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Or you may not have many—or any—friends, recasting your social exclusion as brave defiance of social norms.

“The ultimate tool they use is social exclusion,” says Benenson.

Compared to men, they are terribly worried about social exclusion, and for good reason.

As Beatrice Ask, the social minister said: “Social exclusion is a very serious cause of many problems.”

But, save in this entire self-abnegation and social exclusion, Mr. McDonogh had none of the habits of the miser.

General Swayne seemed surprised at social exclusion and mentioned it before the Reconstruction sub-committee.

No system of caste, no principle of social exclusion has, on this assumption, any foothold in the Church.

Every cruel practice of social exclusion will derive from it new sharpness and venom.





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