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Discrimination in the workforce directly effects the economic status of the individual. When studying the social sciences it is not hard to see the different inequalities facing the transgender community it is also one of the best ways to rectify them. By studying culture and human relations in school settings society can gain insight into how to bridge the gap of equality. References
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