1. What is the definition of material deprivation?
- Refers to having a lack of materialistic needs
- Refers to having a lack of material necessities. It can be sometimes be described as living in poverty
- Refers to having a lack of materialistic needs and can be sometimes be defined as poverty
- Refers to having nothing that is needed therefore, being in full poverty
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2. What does Jan Flaherty say ?
- Money problems in family are significant factors in children non attendance at school
- Money problems in the family are significant factors towards children's education
- Money problems create underachievement amongst children
- Money problems are the main cause of poverty
3. Who notes that young people from poorer homes have less energy levels, a lack of nutrition and vitamins?
- Blanden and Machin
- Hubbs Tait et al
- Marilyn Howard
- Richard Wilkinson
4. What did Richard Wilkinson find?
- Within 10 year olds the lower the social class the higher the ate of depression and other mental health issues
- Within 10 year olds the lower the social class the higher rate of hyperactivity , anxiety and conduct disorders.
- Within 10 year olds the lower the social class the higher rate of externalising behaviour
- Children from poorer families have to do without equipment and miss out o experiences
5. Why is temporary accommodation a problem?(direct)
- Change of schools means social groups are disjointed and unable to form a relationship
- Move frequently so change of school causes disrupted and disjointed education
- Increases cost therefore, family/career is unable to provide for educational equipment
- Move frequently so change of school and accommodation means life can be disjointed