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Poverty in Brazil
An exploration of the poverty in Brazil.
# 136152 | 1,250 words | 2 sources | MLA | 2007 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2007 in Sociology (Poverty)


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The paper looks at how Brazil is a country of extreme class and social differences; the poor, which make up the majority of the population, are on the brink of survival, while the higher classes live in separate parts of town and have quite high standards of living. The paper shows how despite the fact that they live in the same city, the two economic strata rarely mix or even come in contact with each other.

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"Brazil is a country of extreme class and social differences. The poor, which make up the majority of the population, are on the brink of survival, often in cities and in favelas, which are the equivalent of shanty towns. The rich classes on the other hand live in separate parts of town and have quite high standards of living. Despite the fact that they live in the same city the two economic strata rarely mix or even come in contact with each other. Racial divides further compound the divide between the rich and the poor. It is mostly people of color that are the poor. This paper will examine..."

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