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In social sciences, participation inequality consists of difference between levels of participation of various groups in certain activities. Common examples include:
- differing levels of participation in democratic, electoral politics, by social class, race, gender, etc.
- differing levels of participation in online communities (the 1% rule)
See also Edit
- Athletic participation
- Client participation
- Group participation
- Online participation
- Participation inequality
- Participatory culture
- Participatory budgeting
- Participatory management
- Participatory organization
- Public participation
- Youth participation
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