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2015-09-07T14:32:42+05:30
Cumulative inequality theory is the systematic explanation of how inequalities develop and influence the quality of life of societies, cohorts, and individuals. The theory [WL1] is principally a social scientific explanation of phenomena but with links to biological and health factors, personal adjustment, and well-being. A central premise is that “social systems generate inequality, which is manifested over the life course via demographic and developmental processes.
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