Theorising Social Exclusion

Social exclusion attempts to make sense out of multiple deprivations and inequities experienced by people and areas, and the reinforcing effects of reduced.
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Social exclusion and community 1. Social exclusion at the societal level 1. Social exclusion and the threads between the spheres Pt. The other side of social exclusion: Inner city high-rise living: The reading discovery program: Immigration and social exclusion: Discourse, power and exclusion: Over 60 and beyond Understanding processes of social exclusion: Includes bibliographical references and index.

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    La Trobe University Library. Theorising Social Exclusion first reviews and reflects upon existing thinking, literature and research into social exclusion and social connectedness, outlining an integrated theory of social exclusion across dimensions of social action and along pathways of social processes. A series of commissioned chapters then develop and illustrate the theory by addressing the machinery of social exclusion and connectedness, the pathways towards exclusion and, finally, experiences of exclusion and connection.

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    This innovative book takes a truly multidisciplinary approach and focuses on the often-neglected cultural and social aspects of exclusion. It will be of interest to academics in fields of public health, health promotion, social work, community development, disability studies, occupational therapy, policy, sociology, politics, and environment. Applied aspects of Social Exclusion and Social Connectedness 2.

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    The Other Side of Social Exclusion: Examining health inequalities of immigrants through acculturation lenses, Andre Renzaho 2. Exploring the alienation of older people from society, Annemarie Nevill 2. Learn More about VitalSource Bookshelf. An eBook version of this title already exists in your shopping cart.