Socijalna isključenost

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Socijalna isključenost ili društvena marginalizacija je društveni nedostatak i potiskivanje na rub društva. To je izraz koji se široko koristi u Evropi, a prvi put je upotrebljen u Francuskoj krajem 20. veka.[1] Koristi se u raznim disciplinama uključujući obrazovanje, sociologiju, psihologiju, politiku i ekonomiju.[2]

Socijalna isključenost je proces u kojem su pojedincima blokirana (ili im je uskraćen potpuni pristup) raznim pravima, mogućnostima i resursima koji su inače dostupni pripadnicima druge grupe, a koji su od suštinskog značaja za društvenu integraciju i poštovanje ljudskih prava unutar te određene grupe.[3]

Reference[уреди | уреди извор]

  1. ^ Silver, Hilary (1994). „Social Exclusion and Social Solidarity: Three Paradigms”. International Labour Review. 133 (5–6): 531—78. 
  2. ^ Peace, R., 2001. "Social exclusion: A concept in need of definition?". Social Policy Journal of New Zealand, pp. 17-36.
  3. ^ „About”. Institute on Public Safety and Social Justice. Adler University. 26. 2. 2020. 

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