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- Disparity and disparities may refer to: in healthcare: Health disparities in finance: Income disparity between females and males. Male–female income disparity...
- placed further away as they possess smaller disparities while objects closer will have greater disparities. Instead, neuroscientists use an alternate method...
- socioeconomic factor of health disparities, race is another key factor. The United States historically had large disparities in health and access to adequate...
- than any other factor. One of the concerns of relationships with age disparities in some cultures is a perceived difference between people of different...
- United States. There exists a racial wealth gap due in part to income disparities and differences in achievement resulting from institutional discrimination...
- health differences between racial groups create racial health disparities. Health disparities are defined as “preventable differences in the burden of disease...
- extent to which discrimination plays a role in explaining gender wage disparities is somewhat difficult to quantify. A 2010 research review by the majority...
- increasingly difficult. Additionally, ethnic groups that experience significant disparities are often also minorities, at least in representation though often in...
- gender disparities in federal criminal cases". www.law.umich.edu. Retrieved 2016-12-06. Starr, Sonja B. (2012-08-29). "Estimating Gender Disparities in Federal...
- PMID 16449958. Fogt, Nick; Jones, Ronald (1998). "Comparison of fixation disparities obtained by objective and subjective methods". Vision Research. 38 (3):...
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