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Synonyms for inequality


Synonyms for inequality

the condition or fact of being unequal, as in age, rank, or degree

Antonyms for inequality

lack of equality

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This structure informed the outcome, carrying through an emphasis on diverse positionalities, as well as an explicit focus on the (re)production of power inequalities.
Dewey contends that key to the phenomenon of traffic in women is what she describes as "institutionalization of victimization" which includes poverty, sexism, endemic power inequalities, and corruption.
It also addresses the topic of power inequalities based on gender, race, and sexual orientation.
International organizations are plagued by power inequalities.
He argues, however, that far from being a product of reform and growing inequality, "these power inequalities and procedural injustice issues .
Yet despite the constant reiteration of the power inequalities between the two (always a primary focus in any Nakadate work), this relationship--a weird cocktail of sadness and titillation--somehow begins to read less as exploitative than as therapeutic, in both directions.
existing hierarchies and the de-politicisation of power inequalities.
The chapter also undertakes an exploration of the structural roots of exploitation and inequality within the industry, such as unequal land distribution and power inequalities.
Even today, at the beginning of the 21st century, it continues to reproduce beliefs and practices that cast women as inferior and maintain power inequalities between women and men.
It is plausible to argue that systematic attempts to address income and power inequalities in society will have a positive impact on gendered violence by helping to address the causes of male violence.
I have heard multiple arguments dealing with everything from the commodification of bodies to the creation of power inequalities to the potential threat to social order.