Samples "Poverty"


Theories of Poverty

In terms of the major theories of poverty, they can be categorized into two distinct groups. The first is a cultural/behavioral route to poverty, which states that the cause of poverty lies in the behavior, value, and culture of those who are poor. In contrast, the structural/economic view of poverty...

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Critical Problem: Poverty

Poverty is a critical problem plaguing the United States. According to the United States Census Bureau (2014) in 2012, 15% of the population lived in poverty. In 2013, the poverty rate decreased to 14.5%. Despite this slight decrease, approximately 45.3 million Americans live in poverty. According to the University of...

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The Effects Of Gentrification On Minority Groups In The New York City

The persistence of the residential segregation by race has become one of the key areas of the interest for scholars, community organizers and the policy makers not only in the New York City, but also in most of the American cities (Goetz 2011: 1588). The questions that are asked in...

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Political Economy – Modernization And Development

The complex relationship between policy and economy has been a subject of numerous studies. A general consensus is that policies have dramatic effects on countries’ social and economic development. Even the most advanced states face obstacles to effective and continuous growth. Misbalanced policy mechanisms and lack of attention to the...

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Poverty and Pollution

The issue of progress and its contribution to the amounts of pollution in some of the developing countries is a complex issue, for objective assessment of which it is necessary to consider the best interests of all the involved parties, which is sometimes difficult to do as it is usually...

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