Definition of Marginalisation
1. Noun. The social process of becoming or being made marginal (especially as a group within the larger society). "The marginalization of literature"
Generic synonyms: Social Process
Derivative terms: Marginalise, Marginalize
Definition of Marginalisation
1. Noun. (British) (alternative spelling of marginalization) ¹
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Literary usage of Marginalisation
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Trade Unions and Democracy: Cosatu Workers' Political Attitudes in South Africa by Sakhela Buhlungu (2006)
"... CHAPTER 5 The marginalisation of women unionists during South Africa's democratic transition ..."
2. Environmental Indicators for Agriculture by Organisation for Economic Co-operation, SourceOECD (Online service), Development. (2001)
"Concentration-marginalisation of farm holdings. ... 1951 1981 1990 1995 100 80 60 Concentration - marginalisation Proportion of holdings with > 50 ha of ..."
3. Oecd Territorial Reviewsby OECD Staff, (Paris) Organisation for Economic Co-ope, Nicola Crosta, Territorial Development Policy Committee by OECD Staff, (Paris) Organisation for Economic Co-ope, Nicola Crosta, Territorial Development Policy Committee (2003)
"CONAPO works under the premise that marginalisation is a structural phenomenon ... Regarding economic growth, marginalisation emerges as the difficulty in ..."
4. International Co-Operation for Habitat and Urban Development: Directory of by Centre de développement de l'OCDE, ONU, Development Centre (1997)
"Habitat/Urban development activities: Alleviation of urban poverty and marginalisation/access to employment and economic activities; ..."
5. Redefining Territories: The Functional Regions by Nadine Cattan (2002)
")ndicators to identify marginalisation levels of states and ... CONAPO works according to a premise stating that marginalisation is a structural phenomenon ..."
6. Trading Competitively: Trade Capacity Building in Sub-Saharan Africa by Federico Bonaglia, Kiichiro Fukasaku (2002)
"In other words, SSA has become marginalised even among developing-country exporters. 0.0* Figure 2.1. Africa's marginalisation in World Trade ..."
7. Shifting African Identities by S. B. Bekker, Martine Dodds, Meshack M. Khosa (2001)
"Parallel society, a revenge of political marginalisation Political and economic marginalisation The century of Congolese "modernity" has been a long night ..."
8. Remember Your Humanity: International Student/Young Pugwash Yearbook 2005 by Arthur Petersen, Juan Pablo Pardo-Guerra (2006)
"Ecological marginalisation occurs when demand-induced and structural scarcities interact to produce supply-induced scarcity: lack of access to resources ..."