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Tuqatuqa marked it as to-read Dec 03, To secccombe what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Contents Putting a Face on Poverty. Common terms and phrases adults Americans average benefits birth Black budget child support childcare Children’s Defense Fund costs countries coverage critical culture of poverty daycare DeNavas-Walt early earn economic EITC elderly eligible employment example family allowances federal food insecure food plan full-time groups health insurance healthcare Hispanic hour housing immigrants income increase individual interview Kate labor leave welfare less living in poverty low-income Maria maternity measure Medicaid Medicare million minimum wage month Native Americans needs neighborhood parents percent of children persons policies poor children poor families Portland State University poverty line poverty rate poverty threshold pregnancy problems programs receive reduced Research resilient responsibility SCHIP Seccombe social class Social Security structural TANF teenage ppverty U.
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None of your libraries hold this item. Trends in poverty in the United States Discussion on how poverty is measured and defined Critiques on several explanations of poverty Consequences of poverty on children and adults Labor market issues such as unemployment, minimum wage, employer-sponsored fringe benefits Programs in the United States designed to eliminate or reduce poverty.
She is the author of Shifting the Center: Her own research interests include the never-married and women’s health issues.
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