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What is the diference between absolute and relative poverty?
absolute poverty- is when they have very little food, clean water and are poor quality of life, living on less than 1.25 Relative poverty- lacking of food, nutriton,access to water and vunerable ilness.
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Lack of income
how much money you have, only afford cheap foods, un- healthy and impacting on health. no luxurys
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Material deprevation
not having access to goods and services, eg educational help
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Lack of status
Feeling like you are discriminated again or excluded because of who or where you are eg they way people look at you, eg gypsies
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Physical well being
lacking of decent level of health, being to sick to work therefore leaving loosing out on money to pay for medicience
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Vunerability
being exposed to dnagers or situation outside of your control
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lack of empowerment
lacking hope and feeling powerless and excluded with little control over the decisions that affects your day to day life.
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Why can child poverty be a problem in all our societies?
Poverty Trap? - Fatalism and lack of support, lack of opportunity, poor quality life compared to others, and a shorter life expectancy. Social barriers and division
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Measures of poverty
Poverty lines (absolute and relative) HPI (Human Poverty Index) - (HPI-1 and HPI-2)
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Indicators of Poverty
GDP and GNP - Gross Domestic/National Product
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