social exclusion

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social exclusion (and social inclusion)

a form of social disadvantage encompassing economic and non-economic factors. The conception and existence of'social exclusion’ was debated in France in the 1980s and combating it has become part of the European agenda. Excluded individuals and groups are separated from institutions and wider society, and consequently from both rights and duties – e.g. the political, educational and civic (see also CITIZENSHIP). Social policy solutions aimed at achieving social inclusion focus on developing and enhancing SOCIAL CAPITAL and CULTURAL CAPITAL by making available improved education and training, healthcare and housing. For A. GIDDENS (The Third Way, 1998) social exclusion is a dual process operating at the top and bottom of society. While at the latter level it is usually involuntary, those higher up the socio-economic hierarchy may actively exclude themselves – for example by choosing private education, healthcare and so forth. This undermines the credibility -and eventually adequacy – of public sector provision, contributing further to social exclusion.
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This paper uses the Melbourne Institute procedure to measure social exclusion through multidimensional accessible indicators using the Pakistan Rural Household Survey (Round 2) data set.
Though noting that the indicator does not relate to real incomes, Prodromou said that "the general improvement in economic conditions in our country, and the remarkable ongoing economic growth recorded since 2016 and accompanied by the general rise in income, also leads to a reduction in the percentage of the population at risk of poverty or social exclusion."
"Social exclusion, even something that might seem trivial, is one of the most powerful sanctions people can use on others and it can have damaging psychological effects," she added.
Mental Health Inventory, Social Exclusion Scale and Suicidal Ideation Attributes Scale were administered to the participants.
British social scientists present findings from a 2010-14 research project that was the largest ever study of poverty conducted in Britain, and provided measures of poverty and social exclusion to compare against a succession of surveys since the late 1960s.
Very disturbing is that the share of children at risk of poverty or social exclusion is highest in Romania and Bulgaria.
The government suggests discussing reduction of poverty and social exclusion, tighter counter-corruption measures and restructuring of the educational system, along with the budget.
Academic discussion on the relationship between social exclusion and poverty is not new.
As the inconsistent findings on perceived social exclusion are believed to result from moderating effects, we therefore introduced self-construal as a moderator to explore the effects of perceived social exclusion on recycling behavior.
Social exclusion is a complex and multi-dimensional process.
Prof Shucksmith's report is the first attempt to match regional patterns of poverty and social exclusion across Europe.
The aim of this paper is to present results for an index of risk of social exclusion for school-aged children calculated at the small area level using data from the 2006 Census, at the height of the mining boom.

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