Eksklusi sosial

Eksklusi sosial atau marginalisasi sosial adalah tindakan penyingkiran atau pengucilan ke pinggiran masyarakat. Ini adalah istilah yang banyak digunakan di Eropa dan pertama kali dipakai di Prancis.[1] Istilah ini digunakan dalam berbagai bidang ilmu yang meliputi edukasi, sosiologi, psikologi, politik dan ekonomi.

ReferensiSunting

  1. ^ Hilary Silver, “Social Exclusion and Social Solidarity.” International Labour Review 133, nos. 5-6 (1994): 531-78.

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