Culture of Poverty

THE SO-CALLED CULTURE of poverty refers to both a theoretical perspective and a U.S. government policy suggesting that living within the conditions of poverty leads to a series of behaviors and attitudes, a “culture” so to speak, adapted to poverty or ...

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