Gender Inequality In Gender And Poverty

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Introduction With the deepening and development of the research on poverty, the ways to measure gender and poverty are also more extensive and the areas involved are expanding. Income is not the only way of poverty dimension. Measurements of poverty, such as poverty line, poverty index and different poverty measure methods basically treat poor women and poor men as indiscriminate. Thus, a more nuanced and complex analysis of poverty and gender is emerging and a multidimensional measurement is needed.Accordingly, scholars are giving rise to a more gender-aware approach to poverty assessment. Considering about the influence of gender gaps, the distinction of poverty can not be divided into absolute poverty and chronic poverty just simply based on income. And the approaches to measure gender and poverty is based on some vital factors, such as level of education, disempower, employment, living standards, income, social exclusion and inequality (Rogan, 2016). Therefore, using various approaches to measure gender differences through different dimensions. Similarly, it is also more efficient and more comprehensive to measure poverty from a social gender perspective.Besides, it is also necessary to indicate understandings of poverty to reflect the distinctively gendered nature of disadvantage for both women and men. There are two most common methods of poverty measurement while using datas and statistics. The first one is The Multidimensional Poverty Index (MPI), another
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