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Inequality

Meanings and phrases

inequality

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n.
  1. lack of equality

income inequality

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E.g.
  • Corporate power can also increase income inequality.
  • High unemployment and income inequality are long-term challenges.
  • The dissolution of the former regime also increased overall income inequality.

gender inequality

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E.g.
  • FFL argues that abortion comes from gender inequality.
  • The final changes concerning gender inequality were made on 25 April 2006.
  • AWARE publicly focused on issues they called "women's rights" and "gender inequality".

economic inequality

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E.g.
  • Garcia said his measure would reduce social and economic inequality in Peru.
  • China has a high level of economic inequality, which has increased in the past few decades.
  • Although Chile has high economic inequality, as measured by the Gini index, it is close to the regional mean.

social inequality

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E.g.
  • Another feature of chiefdoms is therefore pervasive social inequality.
  • In urban areas social inequality is most evident and it's extreme in Luanda.
  • This is where parenting practices play into a larger social inequality issue.

inequality between

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E.g.
  • Poverty gap index ignores the effect of inequality between the poor.
  • One of the largest workplace and societal inequalities is the inequality between genders.
  • Let us reduce the enormous and growing inequality between the rich and poor in our society.

racial inequality

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E.g.
  • Bowers found the stage an ideal platform from which to espouse his opposition to racial inequality.
  • Boas was especially concerned with racial inequality, which his research had indicated is not biological in origin, but rather social.
  • A poem by Gil Scott-Heron called "Whitey on the Moon" illustrated the racial inequality in the United States that was highlighted by the Space Race.
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