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Amsterdam: Gender and Poverty

  • Wim Ostendorf
  • Joos Droogleever Fortuijn

Abstract

Many words are used to point to poverty. Marginality and social exclusion are relatively new ones. Social exclusion is a contested concept. Generally unemployment is seen to be the most important element. However, social exclusion also relates to generalized disadvantage in terms of education, training, housing and financial resources. Social exclusion also relates to the extent and quality of social networks people are included in.

Keywords

Labour Market Welfare State Social Exclusion Single Mother Social Housing 
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© Wim Ostendorf & Joos Droogleever Fortuijn 2006

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  • Wim Ostendorf
  • Joos Droogleever Fortuijn

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