Hicks, Mike. "Defining and Understanding Poverty in America." Defining and Understanding Poverty in America. 32.30 (2011): 22. EBSCOhost. Web. 20 Apr. 2015.
Being hungry and poverty has been in the news a lot recently, it's becoming more of a known fact and that we need to understand it. Everyone has a different definition and understanding of poverty. According to the UN, America has no poverty. If they have shelter and they’re getting meals, they’re considered not in poverty. The definition of poverty was always known from what you consume, and not what you earn. That's why they always said that America was never in poverty.
The source is somewhat useful, it's informative and it helps you to see things from a different perspective. Some of the article sounds biased, poverty is a difficult topic to talk about.
I will be using this article by incorporating some of the information to help put my research paper together.
Hicks is a director of the Center for Business and Economic Research at Ball State University.
Wilson, Marcella. "Treating Poverty in America." Treating Poverty in America: A Personal Story 72.2 (2014): 8-11. EBSCOhost. Web. 20 Apr. 2015.
Poverty here in America has been getting more noticed and has reached certain levels. 16% of the population (46.9 million) were living in poverty. Most children are affected by poverty, it's a known fact. We have the fourth highest child poverty rate here in the US. She has emerged with two frameworks, a theoretical framework and a therapeutic intervention to help treat poverty effectively.
This source is good if you want to find out ways to help treat poverty and if you want to find out about study cases and statistics.
I'm going to use this article by finding out how people find ways to treat poverty, especially in America. Many people think that it's not a problem here but it is.
Dr. Marcella Wilson, M.D. is the president and chief executive officer of Matrix Human Services in Detroit,...