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Title: The problem of social inequity in society: causes and consequences
Authors: Gudkova, N.
Vorhach, D.
Keywords: social inequality
modern society
social and economic instability
types of inequality
Issue Date: Jun-2020
Publisher: Наукова платформа Open Science Laboratory
Citation: Vorhach D. The problem of social inequity in society: causes and consequences / D. Vorhach ; scien. sup. N. Gudkova // Сучасні виклики і актуальні проблеми науки, освіти та виробництва: міжгалузеві диспути : збірник наукових праць за матеріалами V Міжнародної науково-практичної інтернет-конференції, м. Київ, 3 червня 2020 року. – Київ : Наукова платформа Open Science Laboratory, 2020. – С. 307-310.
Abstract: In modern Ukraine and other countries of the world inequality is becoming extremely widespread. This leads to lower in the quality of life of people, increasing in the number of poor people, decreasing in life expectancy and deterioration of economic development. In order to overcome all the types of inequality, it is necessary first of all to understand the nature of inequality, its causes and manifestations. Social inequality is the social division of society into classes with different rights, responsibilities and social opportunities. Social inequality is also characterized by an uneven distribution of resources between individual members of society. The main manifestations of inequality in modern society are inequality in socioeconomic status, age groups, gender, health, education, professional area, place of residence, regions, and so on. Today social inequality is identified as a major problem of our time, which causes social and economic instability.
Faculty: Навчально-науковий інститут інтернаціоналізації вищої освіти та науки
Department: Кафедра іноземних мов
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