What is meant by socially marginalized? Marginalization, also called social marginalization, occurs when a person or groups of people are less able to do things or access basic services or opportunities. It’s also sometimes referred to as social exclusion.
What is the meaning of marginalized person? The definition of marginalize is to treat a person or group as unimportant, insignificant or of lower status. When people who disagree with you are ignored and pushed to the outsides of your group, this is an example of a time when you marginalize those who disagree.
What causes social marginalization? Poverty, inequality, lack of decent and accessible public services, inadequate public transport, the welfare and benefits system and lack of good housing are some of the major contributors to social exclusion.
What are the four types of marginalization? Though there are various types of marginalization, we identify some broad types, such as social, economic, political, educational and psychological marginalization.