However, analyzing social discrimination
against teenagers involves the danger of dealing with them as if they were homogeneous, without recognizing their unique personalities, diverse social grouping, and their perception of their social world (Jackson & Rodriguez-Tome, 1993; Amit-Talai, 1995; Matthews & Limb, 1999).
Acknowledge, confront, and address the context of social discrimination
facing Aboriginal people.
She posits that multifaceted news coverage would avoid some of the resentment that community members feel after a crime and would point to several kinds of social discrimination
that might be at work, rather than one type or another.
I want to become a doctor to cure the poor in villages who are victims of social discrimination
and often die due to denial of medical treatment,'' said the cheerful, lanky boy, the first literate in a family that for generations slaved for a brick kiln owner due to their inability to pay back a debt.
They also consider the roles of individuals and communities as they relate to citizenship in consumer society, economic contributions of society and community, and a spatial Keynesian approach to poverty and social discrimination
Is the above an example of social discrimination
is considered to be one of the most significant problems for people with disabilities (Antonak & Livneh, 2000; Lebed, 1985).
Dalits in India are on them lowest rung of the caste system and often face economic and social discrimination
We famously think we are better than others when it comes to social discrimination
- how many times has racism been swept aside by Scots who think it stops at the border?
By labeling as discrimination the screening of faculty members at social work schools for discriminatory attitudes and beliefs against gay men and lesbians, Hodge attempts to equate this alleged "discrimination" with the active political and social discrimination
that gay men, lesbians, and transgender people suffer.
For instance, those who suggest social discrimination
is over might rethink that presumption when confronted with the weird fact that, in addition to being disproportionately white and male, 58 percent of corporate CEOs are six feet or taller, even though only 14.
Due to limited employment opportunities, social discrimination
, and the challenges of single parenting, many of these young mothers remain marginally functional throughout much of their adult life.
As studies by the Institute of Medicine among others make clear, they are caused by social discrimination
and economic inequality.
The harshness she endures is certainly portrayed as cruel, but it's never seen in a way that relates to broad social discrimination
Religious persecution was not nearly so vigorous or extensive as popular memory would have it, although political and social discrimination
against Catholics changed the power relationships in the region by the end of the seventeenth century.