Problem

Disadvantaged groups


Experimental visualization of narrower problems
Nature:
Disadvantages of economically poor and/or minority groups typically include deprivations in housing, education, work opportunity and medical care (most often pre-natal); and are associated with family disruption, faulty identity formation or malignant identity diffusion, and excessively high rates of juvenile offences and of admissions to mental hospitals.
Incidence:
Socially deprived people are much more vulnerable to personal disasters, such as mental illness, unemployment and even losing children to public care.
Broader Problems:
Social injustice
Values:
Disadvantage
Problem Type:
A: Abstract Fundamental Problems
Subject(s):
Disadvantaged
Date of last update
26.04.2000 – 00:00 CEST