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Social Exclusion: A Challenge for the Status of Third Gender People of Odisha

Social Exclusion: A Challenge for the Status of Third Gender People of Odisha

Ipsita Pattnaik,Dr.Aliva Mohanty

Journal Title:INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH
Abstract


Social exclusion refers to processes in which individuals and entire communities of people are systematically blocked from rights, opportunities and resources (e.g. housing, employment, health care that are normally available to members of society and which are key to society integration. In almost all human societies certain groups are excluded and deprived of some opportunities. While the ways in which each of these groups is excluded its context specifies certain social differences continue to serve as grounds for exclusion. These differences include belonging to a particular ethnic, gender, caste, religion, or age group; living in a particular geographical area; having certain physical disabilities while we present excluded groups in discrete categories, it is difficult to generalize which groups are most likely to be excluded. The Transgender people in India are the most exploited and displaced lot.

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