Sociology Working Poor Questions 2

Sociology Working Poor Questions 2 - 1 The Working Poor...

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1 The Working Poor Discussion Questions, Chapters 6-11 Chapter 6: 1. What are some of the potential future consequences of childhood abuse, especially sexual abuse? How might some of the effects be mediated differently for those with very limited resources than for those who are more affluent? Find themselves overprotective of their own children It’s a lot harder for the people to overcome this, counseling would help When girls start having sex earlier, lowers the age of pregnancy Create a cycle of poverty, once sexually abused stuck in the view that you shouldn’t try to better yourself (low self-esteem) so children are in poverty… 2. What are the features of the intervention programs in parenting discussed in the chapter? How does parenting relate to a parent’s own childhood experiences, according to some of the sources cited? How widely applicable do you think such programs are? Chapter 7: 1. How does Tom and Kara King’s story differ from Ann Brash’s? What factors contributed to poverty in these families? Did the hardships suffered by these
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This note was uploaded on 10/13/2008 for the course SOCI 130 taught by Professor Cohen during the Fall '08 term at UNC.

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Sociology Working Poor Questions 2 - 1 The Working Poor...

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