Understanding Poverty and Well-Being: Bridging the Disciplines

1st Edition

David Hulme, John Toye

Routledge
Published December 4, 2007
Reference - 200 Pages
ISBN 9780415464277 - CAT# RU52370

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Summary

Written by a multi-disciplinary team of contributors, this collection explores the different dimensions of well being, poverty and inequality.

A person’s sense of well being is compounded of many elements including economic, political and social psychology. Poverty and inequality are aspects of a lack of well being in multiple dimensions and, this texts argues, development should be considered a process that overcomes these multiple deficiencies

This book examines the advantages of analysing poverty and development by multi-discipline research. Economists, political sociologists and anthropologists put forward an idea of well being from their own perspective, using their own research material, while the editors argue in their introduction that bringing to bear of many disciplines can enrich the research output of all.

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