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Economic changes for uneven development
Transcript of Economic changes for uneven development
In economics, the cycle of poverty is the set of factors or events by which poverty, once started, is likely to continue unless there is outside intervention
Defined as a phenomenon where poor families become trapped in poverty for at least three generations
Rate of divorce increasing
number of children born out of wedlock increasing
number of children that are born into or fall into single-parent households
- This occurs when poor people
do not have the resources
to get out of poverty
, such as financial capital, education, or connections.
- In other words, poverty-stricken individuals
as a result of their poverty, which in turn increases their poverty.
- Economic restructuring of changes leads to
loss of jobs and skills
inability to find jobs for income
It is almost
for a child to pull him or herself out of the cycle due to
lack of experience
lack of a job
This is because the children
are at such a
age that the
scars they gain from experiencing poverty
in life inevitably
carry on into their adult life
Therefore, if they
certain poverty-related behaviors
in childhood, the behaviors are more likely to
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