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ENG101.A4H: College Writing (Yokel)

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Welcome to the Research Guide for SOC101: Principles of Sociology.  Please use this guide to find resources for your research paper.  Please contact any BCC Librarian if you have questions concerning your research.

What is Poverty?

Sociology According to the Encyclopedia of Geography, Poverty is deprivation of material essentials such as food, shelter, drinking water, and clothing. It is also associated with the lack of education, freedom, and dignity. The uneven distribution of poverty at various scales, from the global to the household, via the national, regional, and local, suggests the importance of geographic factors in explaining its prevalence and understanding its nature.

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