Why is there poverty in South America?
Dr. phil. habil., born 1943; formerly research assistant at the Science and Politics Foundation and associate professor at the University of Augsburg.
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Numerous publications on church and politics, revolution and conflict regulation in Central America and democratic transition processes.
In Germany, poverty is a marginal phenomenon, the - mostly not lifelong, but temporary - fate of a minority.  In the past few years, around ten percent of the population has been affected by poverty. Certain "problem groups" with a high "risk of poverty", e.g. the unemployed and single parents, can be identified. Poverty is also not perceived as a priority problem because the welfare state takes care of it and ensures that the subsistence level is not undercut, which is still considered acceptable. In contrast, poverty is a key problem in Latin America. Why this is so is explained below. The article does not deal with the specific characteristics of rural poverty, but only deals with urban poverty.
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