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    The Poverty Cycle

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    Britannica School, “Poverty is the state of a person who lacks a socially acceptable amount of money or material possession.” Socially acceptable may be described as lacking the means to satisfy one’s basic needs. An average working citizen may not realize what poverty is really like. As stated in a Youtube interview by Scott Pelley, actually going into poverty and living it will “open your eyes to an America that you didn’t know existed.” Additionally, it is often seen that poverty is a cycle. It passes

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    Poverty is a major international issue. With so much focus on politics, war, natural disasters, and environmental issues, poverty is not prioritized. When extremists rally their members to help them, impoverished people account for a large portion of the supporters. When a person is undernourished and does not have shelter, it is easier to convince that person to join an extremist or violent group, especially if basic human necessitates such as food, water, and shelter, are promised to be provided

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    education, despite income level, students have a higher chance of continuing and ending their poverty cycle. Homelessness Poverty affects more than a child’s education, it also impacts where that child might sleep at night. “During the 2009-2010 school year, 939,903 homeless children and youth were enrolled in public schools, a 38% increase from the 2006-2007 school year” (“Effects of Poverty…” 2). These numbers include grade K-12, so additional younger children may not be accounted for. “In 2010

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    already because they are stuck in a cycle of poverty? The Panel Study of Income Dynamics (PSID) collects information on the social and economic status of families and their offspring every year. The National Center for Children in Poverty used a PSID study that found “that individuals who grow up in poor families are much more likely to be poor in early adulthood. Moreover, the chances of being poor in early adulthood increase sharply as the time spent living in poverty during childhood increases” (Wagmiller

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    Cycle Of Poverty

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    humans have worked together in order to create a more advanced and enjoyable world for all of mankind. In Alison Gopnik’s article, “Brains, Schools and a Vicious Cycle of Poverty,” she discusses an important problem that has endured throughout many generations. She explained that in our society, children continue to be trapped in a cycle of poverty, because the harmful effects caused by being raised in the lower-income can determine a person's ability to learn. It is evident in our society, that in order

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    Cycle Of Poverty

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    collects from the poor. 10. The poverty penalty of fees and fines going to court. 2) In Barbara Ehrenreich this article "How the Poor Are Made to Pay for Their Poverty" the writer contended those impact of continuously poor and poverty is a 1. Malnutrition 2. Health 3. Economy 4.Society problems like the homeless. The Cycle of Poverty is the condition by which the poverty will continue unless is an outside activity 1. Family in poverty 2. Child grows up in poverty 3. The disadvantaged of education

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    Webster’s dictionary defines the word “homeless” quite simply by “having no place to live”. Customarily a homeless person is stereotypically thought to be an older male like the “bum” on the street corner peddling for change. Although this problem is not only affecting adults but entire families including children. We are facing a growing epidemic of people all over the world being deprived of basic human needs such as shelter, food, water, and heath care due to the fact that they are unable to

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    The issue of poverty is not one that can be taken care of overnight and it’s something that will require the participation of the community as a whole. When dealing with this issue the best thing to do is to invest in a long term goal; however  it’s easy to think that the best way to combat this issue is by creating new jobs but that’s only ephemeral. The problem with that solution is that once these jobs are created, the community lacks the qualifications required for the jobs. Consequently the

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    it every year. Can you guess what I’m talking about? I’m talking about poverty, a worldwide plague impacting over 3 billion people, almost half the world’s population. Today I will speak about how many people live under the line of poverty, why people live in poverty and how to help people escape the cycle of poverty. Did you know that there are sources stating anywhere in between 1 in 10 and 1 in 5 canadians live in poverty! I’m guessing some of you did, but not all! Here is a fact that you won't

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    more likely than not had the same childhood. These kids don’t see any way out of the cycle of poverty, they only know the way of getting financial aid and using government welfare. So then why are we so concerned with aiding children in other countries when we have many children in our own country that need our aid. Most of us now live in or near major cities and wealthy areas. This causes us to not see the poverty in our country. I have had the advantage of being exposed to this

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