Childhood And Intergenerational Poverty Summary

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In this article, “Childhood and Intergenerational Poverty: The Long-Term Consequences of Growing up Poor” written by Robert Wagmiller and Robert Adelman, states children from low income family faces more challenges and children living in poverty has an increases chance of being poor in adulthood. In the beginning of the article, they gave us an overview of evidence-based research of intergenerational poverty by studying both parent’s and children’s. The researches are inconclusive and differentiate by time frame. Using the PSID, Isaacs’ concluded that children income is greater than their parents. Isaacs explained that children who are poor will spend their childhood in poverty. This article states that rate amount has been sound to be high

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