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Running head: Assignment 2-Article analysis- childhood poverty 1 Assignment 2- Article analysis childhood poverty Eboni Burton South University
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Assignment 2-Article analysis- childhood poverty 2 It is accepted that what happens in your childhood and the quality of life during your younger years correlates with how you respond to and process situations as an adult. Reactions and the ability to function independently are usually taught throughout a person’s childhood as individual lessons and at different stages. The article that I reviewed specifically speaks on childhood poverty and the effects on a child’s cognitive or mental development. This article is very well researched and cited, as well as providing specific studies and background information. When I look at the questions that this article answers, does poverty affect children long term and in what way? My personal answer to that would be yes and the effects would depend on the tools that the parent and the child had during that time.
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  • Winter '16
  • Tonia Parker
  • Poverty, Cycle of poverty, analysis- childhood poverty, Eboni Burton

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