What Is Marginalisation?


Marginalisation is the social process by which a person or a group of people are made marginal or become relegated to the fringe or edge of society. It occurs when people is pushed to the edge of a society, usually as an effect of discrimination making the person standout and look different from everybody else. They consequently feel alone and left out from the rest of society.
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Marginalisation is when a person is pushed to the edge of society. This is a potential effect of discrimination because a person is made to stand out and made to be different from
Supposedly when minority groups aren't given their due attention in a country. Personally i think it's attention seeking at a collective level, in many contemporary cases. However
Marginalised:1:relegate to a lower or outer edge, as of specific groups of
marginalisation: the social process of becoming or being made marginal (especially as a group within the larger society)
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Marginalization is a social process by which a section of population within a larger society is excluded from meaningful participation in that society. Marginalisation mostly occurs to a group of people sharing common features like race, sex or age.
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