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- +'''Relative deprivation''' is the lack of resources to sustain the diet, lifestyle, activities and amenities that an individual or group are accustomed to or that are widely encouraged or approved in the society to which they belong.
-"'''Keeping up with the Joneses'''" is an [[idiom]] in many parts of the [[English language|English]]-speaking world referring to the comparison to one's neighbor as a benchmark for [[social class|social caste]] or the accumulation of material goods. To fail to "keep up with the Joneses" is perceived as demonstrating socio-economic or [[cultural inferiority]].+
==See also== ==See also==
-*[[Affluenza]]+* [[Group conflict]]
-*[[Anthropological theories of value]]+* [[Keeping up with the Joneses]]
-*[[Anti-consumerism]]+* [[Objective deprivation]]
-*[[Consumerism]]+* [[Relative fitness]]
-*[[Conspicuous consumption]]+* [[Relative deprivation thesis]] (specific political application)
-*[[Bandwagon effect]]+* [[Envy]]
-*[[Economic inequality]]+
-*[[Economic mobility]]+
-*[[Envy]]+
-*[[Herd behavior]]+
-*[[Network effect]]+
-*[[Model minority]]+
-*[[Over-consumption]]+
-*[[Peer pressure]]+
-*[[Post-materialism]]+
-*[[Relative deprivation]]+
-*[[Sheeple]]+
-*[[Simple living]]+
-*[[Socioeconomic status]]+
-*''[[Status Anxiety]]''+
-*[[Symbolic capital]]+
-*''[[The Joneses]]''+
-*[[The Theory of the Leisure Class]]+
-*[[Thorstein Veblen]]+
-*[[Transformative asset]]+
-*[[Veblen good]]+
-*[[Westernization]]+
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Relative deprivation is the lack of resources to sustain the diet, lifestyle, activities and amenities that an individual or group are accustomed to or that are widely encouraged or approved in the society to which they belong.

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