How is poverty viewed by social scientists?

Q- How is poverty viewed by social scientists?

Answer- Several social scientists refers poverty through social indicators. These social indicators of poverty are as follows:

1. Lack of job opportunity or employment.

2. Lack of access to safe drinking water.

3. Lack of health care facility.

4. Rise in illiteracy level or number of illiterate people. 

5. Malnutrition.

On the other hand poverty refers to lack of shelter and hunger. It is a situation in which parents are not able to send their children to school or a situation. It is also a situation in which sick people cannot afford treatment. Poverty caused due to lack of job as well as clean drinking water. 

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