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socioeconomic

of, relating to, or involving both economic and social factors
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Socioeconomic factors have also been implicated in the process of radicalisation (poverty, lack of opportunity, unemployment, poor education), and although this is conceivable, the evidence is limited.
I was privileged in every aspect of my life, and the cultural upbringing I'm describing may not apply to women of my generation across all spectrums of race, socioeconomics, or other identifiers.
Novitskova, whose artistic work focuses on the structures of socioeconomics and infrastructural realities of today's world, creates masterpieces the underlying theme of which is the digital economy.
In this context it means that the negative reputation that is attributed to North Eugene as a result of socioeconomics and geography prompts parents from the area to move their kids to other schools in the Eugene School District, as is their right due to the School Choice program.
As the commercial financial institutions do not have credit line touching base with socioeconomics of the downtrodden, public credit agencies become the sole point of hope.
Trevor Boggis Government/party policy and Ideology dictate the socioeconomics of a country.
The children are African American children raised in Atlanta, where the African American community is increasingly segregated due to socioeconomics.
The Socioeconomics of Bad Weather in Jordan We've grown used to injustice in this country.
It's hard to find a good principal anywhere--add in these other issues in Indian Country, such as lack of housing, salary and socioeconomics, it makes it even more challenging," Roessel says.
Raising Generation X: Mothering Kids with Invisible Disabilities in an Age of Inequality is all about raising children with ADHD, autism and other 'hidden' conditions, and uses interviews with a sampling of mothers to show how their experiences vary by influences ranging from race and a child's gender to socioeconomics.
These two sub-regions vary widely in terms of socioeconomics, mobile penetration, technology maturity and regulatory environments.