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Class 11. Making the Links-NeoConservatism, Poverty & Health.docx

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Department
Criminology
Course
CRM2307
Professor
Christine Bruckert
Semester
Fall

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Making the Links: Neo-Conservatism, Poverty & Health Income Inequity: the 99% - Rich get richer and poor and middle stagnate - Greatest income disparity in Canada since 1920 - Richest 3.8% of Canadians control 66.6% of wealth Feminization of Poverty (2011) - Canadian women who leave a partner are 5 times more likely to live in poverty - Rates of populations living in poverty in Canada o 21% of lone parent families headed by women o 14% of single women under 65 o 26% of women with disabilities o 35% of racialized women o 36%047% of all Aboriginal women o 12% of all children - $22,000 in urban centre – one adult and child) Argument: - If state policies systematically undermine women’s economic situation - And if poverty is associated with excessive death and ill heal
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