An Evaluation of Generational Poverty

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Stacey Windon
Annette Donahue
English 111- 03A
October 11, 2011
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An Evaluation of Generational Poverty

The relation factor to these six sources is that they all share the same topic, which is Generational Poverty. The main focus is what are the causes of generational poverty? How can it be demolished from a family’s generation? Does generational poverty exist all over the world? If so, what are the statistics?

Works Cited
Anderson, Gosta. “The Generational Conflict Reconsidered” Journal of European Social Policy Vol. 12, (2002) : 21 10-11-2011 The writer: The article was wriiten by Gosta Anderson. The author is trying to convey the crisis of generational poverty. Publication: The title of the journal is European Social Policy. This publication is designed for professionals in the sociology field. Summary: The aim of this article is very policy applied. The deteriorating trend in the incomes of families with young children is of increasing concern to both academics and politicians. Stance: The attitude of this article reflects a diplomatic approach. Use: I probably will use this article to show my readers the Sociologist and Politicians opinions in regarding generational poverty. Beegle, Donna. “Overcoming the Silence of Generational Poverty” Talking Points Vol. 15. (2003):20. 10-11-2011 http://www.talkingpoints/ The writer: Donna Beegle is president of Communications Across Barriers. She combines her personal history and her studies of education, communication, and poverty to provide unique perspective on strategies for educating students from poverty backgrounds. Publication: Talking point is a great publication for students who are interesting in doing research on the subject of poverty. This publication also has other published related articles as well. Summary: This article was very touching because it reflects how Donna Beegle actually lived in poverty, and how she struggle to keep up in her academics after having 2 children and then divorced. She then picks herself back up, and was motivated to achieve her GED. After the success of achieving her GED, she continued in her schooling because her exceptional professor believed in her, and had encouraged her. Therefore, she ultimately achieved her Ph.D. Stance: The tone of this article is one in which I will call inspiring. Use: Yes indeed! I will definitely share this article with my readers in regarding overcoming generational poverty.

Corak, Miles. “Do Poor Children Become Poor Adults? Lessons from a Cross Country Comparison of Generational Poverty from Their Own Country” Emerald Group Publishing Unlimited Vol. 13, (2006): 188 10/11/2011 The writer: The author Miles Corak is the same author of Dynamics of Inequality and Poverty, which is a research on economic inequality. Publication: Emerald Group Publishing is a great publication for students and professionals who are seeking to do research on various topics. Summary: This article explains the rich countries differ significantly in the extent to which parental economic status is related to the labor market success of children in adulthood. Stance: The tone of this article reflects a neutral approach to the topic of generational poverty. Use: I probably will use this article, because this article is distinctive in exploring the controversy surrounding generational poverty from a generational standpoint, and is written for a general audience.

Devol, Phillip. Bridges Out of Poverty. Indiana: Aha Process Inc, 2000 The writer: The writer of this book have also included educational classes for individuals who seek the information and training of bridges out of poverty, and I am proud to say that I was once a partaker of those classes that was conducted in South Bend, Indiana in January 2011. Publication: This book was published for anyone who is seeking knowledge on how...
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