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social exclusion

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsocial exclusionˌsocial exˈclusion noun [uncountable] British English  the situation that results when people suffer the effects of a combination of problems such as unemployment, crime, and bad housing, and have very little chance of being able to improve their lives efforts to combat poverty and social exclusion
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social exclusionSo the decline continued until parts of our cities were ghettos of deprivation, unemployment, poor housing and social exclusion.The social arena: housing policy as a response to problems of poverty and social exclusion.They have all suffered grievously: shame, stigma and extreme social exclusion.However, when the left won office it was faced with the challenge of high levels of social exclusion and polarisation.With this reduction of social activities came a sense of social exclusion.
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