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The New Forms of Social Exclusion

Edited by Rosalba Morese

University of Turin

Co-editor:

Sara Palermo

University of Turin

This is the first book that broadly delves into the theme of social exclusion and how it has changed through culture and society. It represents a very important, innovative, and current attempt to describe new forms of social exclusion in society and takes into account the contribution of different disciplines with different points of view. The authors offer a very interesting and novel contribution to the field of new forms of social exclusion, reporting their theoretical perspectives, the original results of their research, and their discussions. "Exclusion is always dangerous. Inclusion is the only safety if we are to have a peaceful world." Pearl S. Buck

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The New Forms of Social ExclusionEdited by Rosalba Morese

Published: June 5th 2019

DOI: 10.5772/intechopen.78246

ISBN: 978-1-83880-609-5

Print ISBN: 978-1-83880-608-8

eBook (PDF) ISBN: 978-1-78985-507-4

Copyright year: 2019

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368 Total Chapter Downloads

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1. Introductory Chapter: Do You Feel Bad if I Exclude You? From Marginalization to Suicide

By Rosalba Morese and Sara Palermo

22

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2. Vulnerability and Social Exclusion: Risk in Adolescence and Old Age

By Rosalba Morese, Sara Palermo, Matteo Defedele, Juri Nervo and Alberto Borraccino

87

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3. Living in Italy in an Anti-Immigrant Scenario: New Challenges for Muslim Second Generations

By Roberta Ricucci

84

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4. Social Exclusion and Territorial Dispossession: A Reflection on Mining Activity in Peru and Mexico

By John Kenny Acuña Villavicencio

32

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5. Constructing the Notion of “Desirable” Men and Women in Chinese TV Dating Shows

By Vivian Hsiang

143

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