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social distribution

The Social Distribution of Sanctioned Harm Thinking through Chronic Poverty, Durable Poverty, and Destitution

The Distributional Aspects of Social Security and Social Security Reform

A Just Distribution of Burdens? Attitudes Toward the Social Distribution of Taxes in 26 Welfare States

Contract Enforcement, Social Efficiency, and Distribution: Some Experimental Evidence

Turkey: Globalization, Distribution and Social Policy, 1980–1998

On the Distributional Implications of Social Protection Reforms in Latin America

Illegal markets: the economics of drug distribution and social harm

The Distributional Effects of an Investment-based Social Security System

Distributional Effects in a General Equilibrium Analysis of Social Security

Social Disorganization, Social Capital, Collective Efficacy and the Spatial Distribution of Crime and Offenders An Empirical Test of Six Neighbourhood Models for a Dutch City

Social Organization and Space use of Coyotes in Eastern Canada Relative to Prey Distribution and Abundance

Pay-as-you-go Social Security and the Distribution of Altruistic Transfers

Health and Social Justice: Politics, Ideology, and Inequity in the Distribution of Disease

Great Britain: The Role of Government and the Distribution of Social Capital

Income Distribution and Tax and Government Social-Spending Policies in Developing Countries

The Impact of Adjustment-Related Social Funds on Income Distribution and Poverty

The social distribution of reports of health‐related concerns among adolescents in São Paulo, Brazil

Social influences on dispersal and the fat-tailed dispersal distribution in red-cockaded woodpeckers

 

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In sport sociology, the extent to which a sport has permeated into a particular society, and spread through different societies. Studies of social distribution usually include determining the origin of the sport, in terms of time and place, and tracing the pattern of cultural diffusion.

Subjects: Sports and Exercise Medicine.


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