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What are social inequalities?
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Social inequalities designate the different treatments that may be to the advantage of a social class, a group or an individual in relation to others and which establish status hierarchies. The differences associated with origins (social classes, country, culture), level of education, sex, age, colour of the skin, physical appearance, religious practices... are taken into account by sociologists for their contributions to economic inequalities (incomes, unemployment...). These inequalities may be explained and assumed (level of education for access to post of responsibility) or implicit (inequality between salaries of men and women)
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