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microinequityAny of the factors which frustrate equal opportunities for job promotions and career advancement, based on a person’s gender, race, age, weight or other "outsider" status.
The term was coined by Mary Rowe of MIT for any small, everyday inequity through which individuals are often treated differently; multiple microinequities may accumulate to create more severe discrimination.
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