Injustice

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Subjective PerceptionPlay
The feeling of injustice can be personal, arising from one's sense of unfairness. SlideShe viewed the division of chores as an injustice, though her brother thought it fair.
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Contextual RelevancePlay
Injustice often involves societal norms, consider the wider context in which it's used. SlideThe villagers felt the new law was an injustice, ignoring their traditional rights.
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Injustice frequently prompts action for change among individuals and communities. SlideTo address the injustice, they initiated a local campaign for fair wages.