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, which only bore on a customs union limited to agricultural products, anyway. An inherent problem with the term, however, is the tendency of its use by practitioners who define it to fit their argument. Understanding Social Exclusion, ed. Hills, Le Grand & Piachaud 2002, Oxford University Press) It is a term used widely in the United Kingdom and Europe, and was first utilized in France. Hilary Silver, “Social Exclusion and Social Solidarity.” International Labour Review 133, nos. 5-6 (1994): 531-78. It is used across disciplines including education, sociology, psychology, politics and economics. In May 2009, GivesMeHope (GMH) was founded by Spartz and his then-future wife, Gaby Montero, in response to the popular site, FMyLife (FML), itself a spin-off of popular French (France) website Viedemerde.fr (:fr:Viedemerde.fr). Matt Sullivan. ''Esquire'': "GivesMeHope.com: When Bankruptcy, Plane Crashes, and Mondays Get You Down" June 1, 2009. Exhausted by the negativity of the media, they created GivesMeHope. ''WSBT Evening News (CBS 22)'': "Need some good news?" Jul 16, 2009. The two refer to the site as "Chicken Soup for the Soul – the 21st Century, Twitter-style version." On the site, people share with the world their most hopeful, uplifting moments while answering the question, "what gives you hope?" Emerson Spartz, Gaby Montero. ''GivesMeHope'': "About GMH" On GivesMeHope, users share true stories of kindness and generosity. They are usually inspiring, sentimental and "heartbreakingly sweet." Commons:Category:France WikiPedia:France Dmoz:Regional Europe France


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