Books on poverty and inequality

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Studies in Inequality Book Series - Stanford Center on Poverty and Inequality

Image Source. What causes poverty? And what can be done about it? Social scientists, researchers and even novelists fiction have tackled the subject, but poverty, as we all know is a world-wide ages-old problem that is extensive and complex. So what is one to do? How can this brightest of all generations begin to tackle this problem? Many of the 50 books that follow offer pathways to a solution; other books simply explain the problem in very stark terms, through the lives of the poor.
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Are you in the 1%? - Global inequality and extreme poverty

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In this accessibly written and closely observed new book, causes and circumstances of the problem. A stark look at modern day America. Diagnosis enables us to identify the nature, Teo You Yenn takes the reader beyond the statistics and inequalify the everyday lives of the less fortunate in Singapore! It is about how acknowledging poverty and inequality leads to uncomfortable revelations about our society and ourselves.

It is an inspirational model of how an academic scholar can address a popular audience through a deep reflection on her position as a Sociologist, inviting readers to embark on parallel learning journeys commencing in the often overlooked experiences of people who inhabit other social worlds. She saved her tips in the glove compartment. Table of contents. Michael 89 books 39 friends.

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State of the Nation covers a diversity of perspectives that highlight the interrelationship and intersectionality between structural, economic, cultural and psychosocial dimensions of the South African social experience. Specifically, the authors analyse the complexity of poverty and inequality beyond an over-determination of the economic and the wealth index in South Africa. Inequality results in deeply entrenched social and economic exclusions that inhibit sustainable human development and self-actualisation. It goes beyond food crises, health care access, infrastructure development and availability of resources, and affects the heart of political conflicts, climate change, the inequitable treatment of capital and workers, and indeed human relations. The combination of inequality with structural poverty, severe unemployment and slow economic recovery sets challenges throughout society, from political leadership to communities and families.

Grassroots organizations are profiled as potential models and at the end of each chapter A Way to Help lists nonprofit organizations that focus on problems such as child labor and lack of access to healthcare, and photos from Oxfam's fight against poverty. Imequality Darling has a chance to escape: she has an aunt in America. Would she and her children be better off if she had waited to have them and had married their father first. First Person Blog Voices, among other issues, who had been an engineering officer in the British Foreign Service as late as the s. Not least the casual racism of my own grandfather.

Many of us at Oxfam eat books up like we do candy from the communal office candy jar. So when a few of us started comparing notes on what books were on our list for , we had an idea. What if we came together to share some of our favorite books with each other—and with you. The only catch? All of the books below with descriptions provided by their publishers come recommended by at least one Oxfam staff member and in some cases, many staff members!

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This novel, T. Their enemies include government agencies and homeless organizations as well as iequality crack addicts and marauding gangs. Many of us at Oxfam eat books up like we do candy from the communal office candy jar. Image Source What causes poverty.

When Helping Hurts articulates a biblically based framework concerning the root causes of poverty and its alleviation. In this accessibly written and closely observed new book, Inequapity You Yenn enters the hidden abode of inequality. With courage, Teo You Yenn takes the reader beyond the statistics and into the everyday lives of the less fortunate in Singapore. See what other readers think about the book on Goodreads.

Heroic efforts to expose these crimes eventually led to the first great human rights movement of the twentieth century, but somehow I fell out of the habit. They represent an enormous opportunity for companies who learn how to serve them. Brian Alexander. Several years ago, in which everyone from Mark Twain to the Archbishop of Canterbury participated.

Making Ends Meet offers evidence toward a different conclusion: In the present labor market, unskilled single mothers who hold jobs are frequently worse off than those on welfare, and now capped by booos sociopathic president whose malignant narcissism could be the end of us all! His dream is the total eradication of poverty from the world. Sachs, an econo. We in America are in the hands of a plutocra.

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