deprivation


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the condition of being deprived of what one once had or ought to have

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a state of extreme poverty

the disadvantage that results from losing something

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act of depriving someone of food or money or rights

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Raz maintains that deprivation theories were understood as non-racist ways of understanding why minority or non-white communities struggled in education, income, and employment.
In the context of relative deprivation, frustration grows parallel to ambitions and aspirations.
The Urban Deprivation Index, put together by the Economic and Social Commission for Western Asia, revealed that 57 percent of Tripoli's families are struggling to attain an acceptable standard of living, and of these, 26 percent are considered "extremely deprived.
What this means is that, at least for the outcomes investigated in this study, minor deprivations in sleep do not appear to be all that harmful during adolescence," Meldrum said.
She said that they hypothesize that older humans might be especially susceptible to the effects of sleep deprivation on the disruption of glucose homeostasis via cell stress.
Aberdeen has the 16th highest rate of deprivation in Scotland.
E -- Expulsion from the meeting room with deprivation from participation in the rest of the session's activity.
The ONS said: "Our analysis has considered levels of deprivation in larger English seaside destinations, which may have once thrived on seaside resort tourism.
ISLAMABAD -- Scientists have indicated that just one night of sleep deprivation can lead to weight gain.
In health research, the term deprivation represents the level of disadvantage an individual or group may experience in life circumstance compared with a standard of the society to which they belong.
Mallon, a former detective reportedly known as Robocop during his time in the police, said this was just one example of the widespread problem of drugs and social deprivation in the area.
LEVELS of deprivation in Birmingham are likely to get worse rather than improve despite massive efforts to reduce the inequality gap, the city's leader has claimed.
NEW research shows that nearly two fifths, 38%, of parents in Wales are suffering from sleep deprivation struggling to get a good night's sleep.
Peter Saunders is one of Australia's leading authorities on poverty, deprivation and social exclusion.
Linkages between three dimensions of deprivation education, wealth and health -and access to maternal health services, were analysed on data from a sample of 87,129 ever-married women included in the 2005-6 Indian National Family Health Survey.