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marginalized 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Verb
/ˈmärjənəˌlīz/,
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marginalized, past participle; marginalising, present participle; marginalizes, 3rd person singular present; marginalizing, present participle; marginalized, past tense; marginalised, past tense; marginalises, 3rd person singular present; marginalised, past participle;
  1. Treat (a person, group, or concept) as insignificant or peripheral
    • - attempting to marginalize those who disagree
    • - members of marginalized cultural groups

  1. (marginalization) the social process of becoming or being made marginal (especially as a group within the larger society); "the marginalization of the underclass"; "the marginalization of literature"
  2. (Marginalization (probability)) Conditional probability is the probability of some event A, given the occurrence of some other event B. Conditional probability is written P(A|B), and is read "the (conditional) probability of A, given B" or "the probability of A under the condition B". ...
  3. (marginalize) To relegate (something, especially a topic or a group of people,) to the margins or to a lower limit
  4. (Marginalization) The process by which individuals and groups are excluded from the mainstream of social life. Members of such groups often feel they are not receiving the prestige and/or economic rewards they deserve.
  5. (Marginalization) The process through which people are prevented from finding work, attaining enhanced levels of education, gaining access to social services and therefore cannot become fully participating members of society. ...
  6. (Marginalization) when one desires no contact with either one’s culture of origin or a host culture.
  7. (marginalization) often used in an economic or political sense to refer to the rendering of an individual, an ethnic or national group, or a nation-state powerless by a more powerful individual, ethnic or national group, or nation-state. ...
  8. Marginalization refers to the process by which subordinate people groups may "suffer severe material deprivation" due to the fact that they "are often positioned by the dominant culture in relations of dependency where they are excluded from equal citizenship rights. ...
  9. Excluded, ignored, or relegated to the outer edge of a group/society/community.
  10. Completely or mostly left out of the predominant economic and cultural power structure in a society.