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Unformatted text preview: generations that are socially generated, but individually held (Bradshaw P. 20). Since culture is created and enabled by society makes it different than the individual theory. This second theory, furthermore, includes poor people in ghettos, regions, or social contexts where they develop a shared set of beliefs, values and norms for behavior that are separate from but embedded in the culture of main society (Bradshaw P. 20). The third theory, Structural Poverty, is based on the economical, political, and social systems, which cause people to have limited opportunities and resources with which to achieve income and well being (Bradshaw P.22). In an economic sense, Marx believed capitalism was created to reserve [the] army of the unemployed (P.22). Research also proves that wealthier people are more politically inclined compared to their opposites, the poor....
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