SOC239H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: South Korea, Peer Pressure, Indigenous Peoples Of The Americas

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15 Mar 2017
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Inequality and health: the city is increasingly becoming a place where the rich and the poor coexists and interact, globally, elites tend to live in cities while the poor flock into cities in big numbers looking for work. If over 20% of the households have income below the poverty line, then, they are considered high - poverty neighborhood Inequalities of access to resources, opportunities and life changes - is important. Less than high school education avg bmi index. Social inequality has: a link with health and healthy behaviours. Level of trust people develop: obesity, children"s educational performance, teenage births, homicides. Life expectancy: why do people near the bottom of society suffer more problems, circumstances people experience cause their problems, or people are prone to problems which drag them down to the bottom. If material conditions or lack thereof cause these problems, then rich countries should do well.

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