Involvement: n. frequently doing something with a subset(s) once included in samer subset(s)

Involvement is really an almost unnecessary word because the nuance between involvement and inclusion is minimal. Involvement sometimes means doing something with a subset(s) rather than merely placing yourself in a subset(s) which is inclusion.

“I was included in the group” and “I was involved with the group” are two statements which are hard to separate in meaning because if you are included in a group then the implication is that you are also involved with it in some way. It seems to imply that involvement is a subset of inclusion.

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