Deprived

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Welfare ContextPlay
Often found in discussions about social issues and welfare policies impacting health and happiness. SlideThe government introduced programs to support deprived communities.
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Economic ImbalancePlay
Used to describe economic disparity where access to resources is unequal. SlideDeprived areas are facing higher levels of unemployment.
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Cultural NuancePlay
Implications of negligence or societal failure, suggesting a need for collective action. SlideAdvocates argue that no child should grow up deprived.