Examining the MarginsA Concept Analysis of Marginalization
Marginalization Process through which individuals or groups are peripheralized on the basis of their identities, associations, experiences, and environments.The Sudanese government is accused of oppressing non-Arab Sudanese in favor ofSudanese Arabs. In Darfur, over 5 million people have been affected by the conflict.
Social Exclusions Refers to the norms and processes that prevent certain groups from equal and effective participation in the social, economic, cultural, and political life of societies. One in five Tanzanian girls has no education at all. [Source: United Nations, Tanzania, "Delivering as One" (July 2010)]dolescent Girls’ human rights in Ethiopia, Kenya, Tanzania, and Zimbabwe are seriously threatenedy harmful traditional practices, the breakdown of cultural traditions, and the loss of protectiveuardians. Adolescent girls’ morbidity and mortality are on the increase - HIV/AIDS rates amongrls are consistently higher than those among boys in the same age group.
Marginalized Populations Groups of people who are socially excluded and experience inequalities in the distribution of resources and power."Every 30 Minutes": Crushed by Debt and Neoliberal Reforms, Indian Farmers Commit Suicide at Staggering Rate http://www.democracynow.org/2011/5/11/every_30_minutes_crushed_by_debt
Social MarginalizationConstructed in terms of geography: people andgroups who are positioned in places that are faraway from the resources they need such ashospitals, food and water, and schools Indigenous peoples make up about one third of the world’s 900 million extremely poor rural peoplehttp://www.ruralpovertyportal.org/web/guest/topic/statistics/tags/indigenous%20peoples