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Don E. Albrecht



Email: donalbrecht@tamu.edu

Ph.D., Iowa State University, 1981

Specialty: Natural resouce and environmental sociology























*Poverty, Inequality and Social Justice in
Nonmetropolitan America

By
Don E. Albrecht, Professor
Rural Sociology and Community Studies Program
Department of Recreation, Park & Tourism Sciences
Texas A&M University

*An earlier version of this Web Book appears as a White Paper in the Michigan State University MAES Series. See www.maes.msu.edu/cvp/themes.htm

TABLE OF CONTENTS

I.  Introduction

II.  Trends and Correlates of Poverty and Inequality
     Poverty, Inequality and Residence
     Poverty, Inequality and Race
     Family Structure, Poverty and Inequality
     Age, Poverty and Inequality

III.  Theories of Poverty and Inequality

IV. Factors Impacting Future Poverty and Inequality Patterns
     Economic Restructuring, Poverty and Inequality
       The First Economic Structure Transformation
       The Second Economic Structure Transformation
       The Consequences of Economic Restructuring
       The William Julius Wilson Model of Poverty
       The Kuznets' Inequality Curve
     Changing Social Conditions, Poverty and Inequality
       Changing Male and Female Labor Force Participation
       Increasing Minority Populations
       Changing Family Structure
       Changing Age Structure

V.  Confronting Poverty: Potential National and Community Responses

VI.  References

VII.  Figure and Tables
       Figure 1
       Table 1
       Table 2
       Table 3
       Table 4
       Table 5
       Table 6

 
VIII.  PDF paper version
 

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