1.2 Factors Affecting Human Growth & Development - Economic Factors

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  • Economic Factors
    • Poverty
      • absolute
        • NOTHING
          • Homeless
          • beggars
      • Relative
        • No material possesions
        • rely on government
      • can cause ill health
        • physical
      • restricts development
      • no wealth
      • low or no income
      • few friends
        • social
      • no money means a lack of material possessions
        • no hobbies
          • intellectual
      • negative self concept
        • likely to be bullied
        • don't feel valued
          • self harm
      • negative physical development
        • little food
          • bad diet
            • malnurishment
        • poor hygiene
        • poor health
          • no money to cover costs of medicine
      • negative intellectual development
        • no books
        • no oppertunities
    • Wealth & Income
      • Not evenly distributed in the UK
      • May be old money or new money
      • Income comes from earnings affected by
        • skills
        • qualifications
        • talents
        • work ethic
        • field of work
      • no wealth or income leads to poverty
      • wealth and high income don't guarantee health and wellbeing
      • May allow you to
        • have private or further eductaion
          • intellectual
        • get private health care
          • physical
        • have more material posessiosn
      • no wealth and low income negatively affects health & wellbeing
    • Occupation
      • Manual Jobs
        • hands on
        • builders
        • hospital porter
        • physically tiring
      • Non Manual Jobs
        • Mind over body
        • Stressful
        • less active
          • High blood pressure
          • heart disease
        • Teacher
      • All jobs have positive & negative effects which affect growth & development
    • Social Class
      • Based on occupation & income
      • Upper, middle and lower classes
      • the more eductaed you are the higher your social class

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