Exclusion

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Exclusion may refer to:

Legal or regulatory[edit]

  • Exclusion zone, a geographic area in which some sanctioning authority prohibits specific activities
  • Exclusion Crisis and Exclusion Bill, a 17th-century attempt to ensure a Protestant succession in England
  • Exclusionary rule, a US legal principle

Other uses[edit]

  • Social exclusion, state of being socially disadvantaged, marginalized, relegated to the fringe of society, or banished
  • Diagnosis of exclusion, medical diagnosis by the process of elimination
  • Expulsion (education), permanent exclusion (i.e., permanent suspension) from a school or university, usually punitively

See also[edit]

  • Outcast
  • Transclusion, the inclusion of part or all of an electronic document into one or more other documents by hypertext reference