Poverty and the large family in Sydney, 1968-69 : a study of living conditions and social policy
The observation that poverty and children are often found together is not just a recent one. It is evident that Rowntree was aware of a relationship between children and poverty when he described the five alternating periods of want and comparative plenty in the life of a labourer."'' Alva Myrdal has described children as the chief cause of poverty in modern society.1 2 This study raises again the question of the economic well-being of children. It is an investigation of the extent and...[Show more]
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