Culture of Poverty

As originally described by anthropologist Oscar Lewis in the 1950s and the 1960s, culture of poverty refers to a distinct way of life—a set of attitudes, outlook, and behavior—that purportedly characterizes the poor. Under the culture-of-poverty thesis ...

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