Term Paper on Poverty Prejudice, affluence, and poverty in America are linked issues. Works by four authors discussed in this essay, Takaki, Fallows, Olds, and Gioia, help us to understand how the social issues of class and race are intertwined, making an analysis of both necessary for an adequate understanding of any one individually. While the authors discussed here approach the issues from different angles, their works taken side by side clearly show us how prejudice helps the affluent shrug off responsibility toward the poor, offering â€˜explanationsâ€™ as to why some groups (or persons) remain in poverty and others do not.Additionally, it is argued that those living in affluence â€“ and thus those with the means to significantly address the poverty issue â€“ may, in fact, have a reduced awareness of the existence and reality of poverty.
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