Translation for 'backwardness' from English to Russian
NOUN   backwardness | backwardnesses
SYNO backwardness | mental retardation | retardation | ...
отсталость {ж}backwardness
экономическая отсталость {ж}economic backwardness
хозяйственная отсталость {ж}economic backwardness
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Usage Examples English
  • Lt. Gen Shah also attributed the backwardness of Muslims to keeping their women "enslaved" and not working during Ramzan.
  • Of ethical attitudes, selflessness and enthusiasm are valued, and negligence and backwardness are censured.
  • The introduction to the Recommendations section in the report presents the following argument: The overlap between caste and economic backwardness became even more tenuous as a result being that it extended to include the OBC.
  • Quota systems existed in the USSR for various social groups including ethnic minorities (as compensation of their "cultural backwardness"), women and factory workers.
  • Huitzila has a low degree of marginalization and a very low degree of social backwardness.

  • or the 'advantage of backwardness', also known as latecomer's advantage, is a notion first formulated by the Russian-American economist Alexander Gerschenkron in 1952.
  • Backwardness brings on beatings by others (...), or the backward will be beaten up, backwardness proves vulnerable to attack, is a viewpoint initially put forward by Joseph Stalin in his speech "On the Tasks of Economic Workers", delivered on February 4, 1931.
  • In 1972 KVs were added to backward class(severe draught, waterless, rainless lands) from Forward caste(OC),due to regional backwardness, not caste backwardness, under the leadership of Jalagam Vengala Rao Chief minister of Andhra Pradesh and Vasireddy krishnamurthy Naidu( Minister of Andhra Pradesh) who themselves hail from Velama community.
  • Bodemann's PhD Thesis entitled "Telemula: Aspects of the micro-organization of backwardness in central Sardinia" included qualitative fieldwork and methods, ethnographic participant observation, and qualitative interview based research.
  • The artist has a successful production of sculptures and paintings from waste, industrial backwardness or scrap.

  • Recognising the socio-economic backwardness of Madigas, he formed the Arundhatiya Association for their welfare.
  • On the socio-economic front also, they are lagging behind the other communities due to their illiteracy and backwardness in education.
  • For elite male nationalists as for the colonisers, the veil and segregation symbolised the backwardness and inferiority of Islamic society.
  • Cultural backwardness (...) was a term used by Soviet politicians and ethnographers. There were at one point officially 97 "culturally backward" nationalities in the Soviet Union.
  • Therefore, backwardness of this region is multi-faceted: (i) tribal backwardness, (ii) hill area backwardness, (iii) backwardness due to severe natural calamities and (iv)apathy of state and central government towards this region.

  • Inhabitants face many environmental hazards mainly because of a shortage of drinking water. Alcoholism is a main reason for social backwardness.
  • Moved by the extreme poverty and backwardness of the people of the region, Zakaria created the Maulana Azad Education Society's campus at Rauza Bagh.
  • He was a strong votary for the statehood of Telangana and often spoke of poverty and backwardness of the region.
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