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2. Which of the following is not a commonly used way of measuring poverty?

  • Public satisfaction
  • Income
  • Expenditure
  • Deprivation

3. How much pensions/housing/council tax benefit goes unclaimed every year?

  • £4.4 million
  • £5.5 million
  • £5.5 billion
  • £4.4 billion

4. Which of the following is not a higher risk for women than men, according to Bradshaw?

  • mental health issues
  • income poverty
  • restricted movement due to safety concerns
  • labour market exclusion
  • lacking socially perceived necessities
  • restricted leisure activities

5. Which of the following is not constitutive of social exclusion according to the Centre for Analysis of Social Exclusion (CASE)?

  • lack of ability to reproduce
  • lack of ability to politically engage
  • lack of social interaction
  • lack of ability to consume
  • lack of ability to produce


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