⇄SuchrichtungÜbersetzung für 'upward mobility' von Englisch nach Deutsch
NOUN   upward mobility | -
upward mobilityAufstiegsmobilität {f}
upward mobilityAufwärtsmobilität {f}
upward mobility sozialer Aufstieg {m} [Aufstiegsmöglichkeit in einer Gesellschaft]
upward mobility
soziale Aufstiegsfähigkeit {f}
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Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • and typically relate to women with reduced "upward mobility" suffering social exclusion and having limited access to natural resources and economic opportunities.
  • By focusing on issues of cultivation and upward mobility, Blair overshadowed the prevailing opinions of rhetoric and capitalised on the 18th century belief in the potential to rise above one's station.
  • A limited amount of upward mobility was feasible through the steadily improving educational system.
  • While crime became a serious issue during the crack cocaine crisis of the 1980s and 1990s, in the 2000s Washington Heights became a much safer community and began to experience some upward mobility as well as gentrification.
  • Nevertheless, Petro managed to improve his status by marrying the extremely wealthy Tertulla, whose fortune guaranteed the upward mobility of Petro's son Titus Flavius Sabinus I, Domitian's grandfather.
  • A multigenerational study of people from five race groups analyzed upward mobility trends in American cities.
  • Wage slavery or slave wages refers to a person's dependence on wages (or a salary) for their livelihood, especially when wages are low, treatment and conditions are poor, and there are few chances of upward mobility.
  • In addition to interpreting visual ethnic caricatures, the Irish American ideal of transitioning from the shanty to the lace curtain became a model of economic upward mobility for immigrant groups.
  • "Lady Audley's Secret" is, furthermore, a story about gender and class, and Lady Audley's objectionable upward mobility suggests a threat to the paradigm of social class.
  • Enclave economies have been linked to a glass ceiling limiting immigrant growth and upward mobility.
  • This is because fashion is considered a vehicle of conspicuous consumption and upward mobility within society and allowed people to express their individuality whilst maintaining the security of conformity with other members of their social stratum.
  • Burnside was aspiring his own political career which showed promise of upward mobility.
  • With the large number of family members seeking well-paying jobs, critics complain that even "middle management" jobs in the Kingdom are out of reach for non-royal Saudis, limiting upward mobility and incentive for commoners to excel.
  • In January 2017, Cal State LA was ranked #1 in the country for the upward mobility of students.
  • The meaning of the American Dream has changed over the course of history, and includes both personal components such as home ownership and upward mobility as well as a global vision for cultural hegemony and diplomacy.
  • Song topics include the pressures of upward mobility on marriage, the suburban expansion of Omaha, the desire to always follow the latest fashion or fad, the effect of consumerism on developing countries, and the mixture of religion and politics.
  • There is much dispute over whether upward mobility that brings a child out of poverty may or may not have a significant positive impact on his or her education; inadequate academic habits that form as early as preschool typically are unknown to improve despite changes in socioeconomic status.
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