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  2. Feminization of poverty - Wikipedia

    Feminization of poverty refers to a trend of increasing inequality in living standards between men and women due to the widening gender gap in poverty.This phenomenon largely links to how women and children are disproportionately represented within the lower socioeconomic status community in comparison to men within the same socioeconomic status.

  3. Intercultural communication - Wikipedia

    Intercultural communication is a discipline that studies communication across different cultures and social groups, or how culture affects communication.It describes the wide range of communication processes and problems that naturally appear within an organization or social context made up of individuals from different religious, social, ethnic, and educational backgrounds.

  4. Gender - Wikipedia

    The strain in the general strain theory is the removal of a positive stimulus and or the introduction of a negative stimulus, which would create a negative effect (strain) within individual, which is either inner-directed (depression/guilt) or outer-directed (anger/frustration), which depends on whether the individual blames themselves or their ...

  5. History of feminism - Wikipedia

    Her assertion that "pornography is the theory and rape the practice" created deep fault lines [clarification needed] around the concepts of objectification and commodification. Brownmiller's other major book, In our Time (2000), is a history of women's liberation.