From Income to Urban Contest in Global Settings: Chronic Poverty in Bangalore
AbstractThe paper is a research which studies the government policies and agendas that affect the poor in India. For the research 8 to 10 families, who had been intervened several years ago were re-interviewed to identify and explore the processes that reinforced or helped them escape the situation of poverty.
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families; Bangalore; India; economic agents; political extreme poverty; statistics; poor; children; megaevents; urban city; income; global settings; infrastructure development; research; vulnerale group; NGO; government; Analytical;
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