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Minton (2008)

Social exclusion occurse through segragation of neighborhoods. Class and racial separation perpetuates cultures of fear of certain urban spaces. Building gates communities breeds fear within those gates of what lies beyond -- unknown territories that are unregulated. Policies fail to address these issues. Fear of crime is increasing even though crime itself is decreasing.

Sibley (1998)

Explains the nuanced account of "exclusion". It is about the psyche of society rather than complete physical lines drawn. Through economic integration, there can be a more integrated society. Questions of what and who brings unease to spaces. Addressing if a person has a sense of belonging also. Exclusion is just as much about being marginalized socially as it is economically and phsyically.

Silver (2007)

Comparative analysis of European and Middle Eastern youths excluded from the job market. Economic exclusion is happening in youths from capital market. "Social exclusion is a multidimensional process of progressive social rupture, detaching groups and individual tfrom social relations and insititutions whichp revent them from fully participating in the normal perscribed activities of the society in which they live."

Hall (2004)

Discusses social exclusion of people with learning disabilities through subtle everyday nuanaces. At the pub, workplaces, public squares, etc. People with learning disabliites experience social exclusion in ways other than structural constraints. They feel out of place.