Special section editorial: psychology poverty reduction

Fryer, David and McCormack, Cathy (2013) Special section editorial: psychology poverty reduction. The Australian Community Psychologist, 25 1: 7-12.

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Author Fryer, David
McCormack, Cathy
Title Special section editorial: psychology poverty reduction
Journal name The Australian Community Psychologist   Check publisher's open access policy
ISSN 1835-7393
Publication date 2013-06
Sub-type Editorial
Volume 25
Issue 1
Start page 7
End page 12
Total pages 6
Editor Lauren Breen
Place of publication Melbourne, VIC, Australia
Publisher Australian Psychological Society
Collection year 2014
Language eng
Formatted abstract
...in the relatively rich over-developed world, scholars like Richard Wilkinson have argued consistently since 1976 not only that the more poverty stricken you are, the shorter, less healthy and more problem ridden the life you are likely to live but also that the healthiest and least problem-ridden societies are those with the most equitable distribution of income (i.e., the least relative poverty) and the unhealthiest and most problem-ridden societies are those with the most inequitable distribution of income (i.e., the most relative poverty)...

...Having read this Special section we hope it will be hard to resist the conclusion that it is an urgent priority for us to better understand the socio-structural violence which is poverty and to better deploy that understanding progressively in the interests of, and in collaboration with, those subjected every day to the war without bullets in our communities.
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