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Poverty Alleviation Ends

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This chapter is about the students' attitudes towards the social and economic concepts that are associated with the goals or the ends of the efforts towards the alleviation of poverty. It embarks on answering the central question: what are the attitudes towards poverty alleviation ends? A conception of poverty is necessary for formulating effective strategies towards the elimination of poverty (United Nations 1999). The chapter discusses where poverty will be conceptualized. It briefly deals with a theoretical exposition of the poverty alleviation ends. It describes how the concepts of poverty alleviation ends are operationalized. It also presents the major findings of the attitudes towards poverty alleviation ends. The chapter discusses the social location of the attitudes towards poverty alleviation ends. Finally, it concludes with a summary, which is a survey of the major findings of the attitudes towards the poverty alleviation ends.

Keywords:economic concepts; poverty alleviation; social concepts



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