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- adj. Of or involving both social and economic factors.
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- adj. Of or pertaining to social and economic factors.
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- adj. involving social as well as economic factors
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Persistent ethnic disparities in socioeconomic status add to a sense of “otherness” felt by minorities outside the economic mainstream.
The findings were not explained by differences in socioeconomic status, health habits, chronic medical conditions or health care access.
And working a full-time unpaid job tends to limit the applicants to a certain socioeconomic class (which may affect diversity as well).
Are certain socioeconomic climates more or less poised to give birth to recession — and what sort of political positionalities or modes of thought find themselves competing to “solve” recessive crises?
Henry Louis Gates (yes, the Harvard professor and friend of Obama who mouthed off to Cambridge police) made an argument that there is a link between black people rising in socioeconomic status and black people owning their own homes.
I myself am not so convinced about the evils of National ID — I think the objections have a whiff of black helicopter, to tell you the truth — but Arizona is going to have Business as Usual for Anglos (and probably anyone who looks middle class), but Papers, Please for Hispanics of a certain socioeconomic class with nothing else suspicious about them.
To turn the point around, an ever-increasing number of American voters around or above the median in socioeconomic standing will be brown people.
Nevertheless, the complexity, uncertainty, and perils of the 21st century undoubtedly will generate a large number of crucially important complex and long-term socioeconomic and technical problems.
They looked at the family income levels, or what is often referred to as socioeconomic status SES, of the girls and boys they tested.
The socioeconomic module uses indicators of human forcing, sustainability of long-term socioeconomic benefits and integrated assessments.