Marginalization. BIBLIOGRAPHY. Marginalization comprises those processes by which individuals and groups are ignored or relegated to the sidelines of political debate, social negotiation, and economic bargaining — and kept there. Homelessness, age, language, employment status, skill, race, and religion are some criteria historically used to marginalize.
Some feminist view marginalization and trivialization as factors brought about by equality or difference in gender or sex. They argue that women’s supposed differences from men have been used over the centuries to justify discrimination against women and their exclusion from full social and political citizenship. They argue that the constant.