Essay On Marginalisation

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1. A preamble on marginalization:
Marginalization is the social process of becoming or being made a group marginal within the larger society or an individual in a group or in a society. Marginalization is also to relegate or to confine a section of people or a person to a lower social standing or outer limit or edge of social standing for example, the marginalization of the underclass of people; the marginalization of literature of a class etc. In its extreme form, marginalization can exterminate some group of people by a long term or short-term process in a planned manner or pre decided way from the normal system of society. Basically, marginalization is the unfair or unjust treatment of minority or minorities and weaker individuals or groups by the
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Social exclusion relates to the hostility or disenfranchisement of certain people inside a society. It is repeatedly associated to a person's social class, relationships in childhood, educational status, and living standards and how these might influence access to various opportunities. It also applies to some degree to people with a disability, to minority, of all sexual orientations and gender identities (the LGBT community), to the elderly, and to youth (Youth Exclusion). Anybody who diverges in any alleged way from the norm of a populace may become issue to coarse or subtle forms of social exclusion. Furthermore, communities may self-exclude by slaying themselves physically from the well-built
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