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Elite perceptions of poverty

Anand Inbanathan

Elite perceptions of poverty

the case of Karnataka

by Anand Inbanathan

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Published by Institute for Social and Economic Change in Bangalore .
Written in English

    Places:
  • India,
  • Karnataka.
    • Subjects:
    • Poverty -- India -- Karnataka.,
    • Elite (Social sciences) -- Attitudes -- India -- Karnataka.

    • About the Edition

      With reference to Karnataka, India.

      Edition Notes

      StatementAnand Inbanathan.
      SeriesWorking paper ;, 94, Working paper (Institute for Social and Economic Change) ;, 94.
      ContributionsInstitute for Social and Economic Change.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsMicrofiche 2002/60281 (H)
      The Physical Object
      FormatMicroform
      Pagination25 p.
      Number of Pages25
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3593882M
      LC Control Number2002301001

        Elite Perceptions of Poverty and Inequality Elite Perceptions of Poverty and Inequality Mayo, Marjorie Reviews generally benefited from greater links to political and social theory to underpin and structure the practice and experience. Nevertheless, the salient message at the core of this book that ‘best practice’ can divert and discourage us from reflecting upon.   Perceptions of Poverty. 07/18/ pm ET Updated My family and I lived in San Antonio's West Side for about five years before returning to Waco nearly four years ago so I could work for Baylor University. While we lived in San Antonio, the West Side community had approximately , documented residents and a median income.

      Poverty as Ideology: Rescuing Social Justice from Global Development Agendas. December PUBLICATION: CROP book by Andrew Fischer, Institute of Social Studies (ISS), winner of the International Studies in Poverty Prize awarded by the Comparative Research Programme on Poverty (CROP) and Zed Books. Add to Book Bag Remove from Book Bag. Journal article views. Voices from the Top of the Pile: Elite Perceptions of Poverty and the Poor in the Philippines / Gerard, Clarke. Development and Change, Volume: 34, Issue: 2, Start page: Swansea University Author: Gerard, Clarke. Full text not available from this repository: check for access.

        Book Reviews / Comparative Sociology 7 () – Reis, Elisa E. and Mick Moore (eds.), , Elite Perceptions of Poverty and Inequality, Cape Town, London and New York: Zed Books, pp., ISBN (hb), $; ISBN (pb.), $ Th e main question of this book, written by a team of researchers, is why the countries in the “South,” where the problems . This book is an engaging read. More than that, the authors raise key ques-tions that community development workers need to explore. Although the perceptions of the poor themselves are paramount, the perceptions of elites have vital importance too, if effective strategies are to be developed to tackle poverty in the global South.


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Elite perceptions of poverty and poor people in South. Table 2: Elite perceptions of national priorities and the causes of poverty categories of poor people, even for the hypothetical purposes of targeting anti-poverty activities.

The findings in this book throw light on one reason for the relative ineffectiveness of poverty reduction strategies hitherto, and the huge importance of presenting the problem of poverty in ways that fit more closely with the ways in which national elites understand their world.

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Elite Perceptions of Poverty and Poor People in South Africa - Noushin Kalati and James Manor; 7. Elite Perceptions of the Poor: Reflections on a Comparative Research Project - Abram de Swaan; 8. Elites, Poverty and Public Policy: From Structure to Strategy - Mick Moore and Naomi Hossain.

(source: Nielsen Book Data) Summary. The book highlights the importance of the character of the national elite and their perceptions of poverty in determining the urgency with which poverty is tackled by public policy.

It is a must read literature for development practitioners, courses in development studies and the Bangladeshi English reading elite. Elite Perceptions of Poverty and Inequality Edited by Elisa Reis and Mick Moore A systematic study of elite attitudes to poverty in developing countries.

£ $ £ $ Buy book. ISBN: X OCLC Number: Description: pages ; 23 cm. Contents: Elites, perceptions and poverties / Elisa Reis and Mick Moore --Perceptions of poverty and inequality among Brazilian elites / Elisa Reis --Voices from the top of the pile / Gerard Clarke and Marites Sison --So near and yet so far / Naomi Hossain and Mick Moore.

Book. Elite Perceptions of Poverty and Inequality. Published on 1 January The researchers who have written this book are clear not only that mass poverty is still the leading humanitarian crisis in developing countries, but that, if effective policies are put into place, the national elites who control governments and economies need to.

De Svvaon et Elite Perceptions of the Poor 45 confidence. To the degree that elites possess a social consciousness, in ~ three respects listed above, and if that awareness resonates \vith. This book is an engaging read. More than that, the authors raise key questions that community development workers need to explore.

Although the perceptions of the poor themselves are paramount, the perceptions of elites have vital importance too, if effective strategies are to be developed to tackle poverty in the global South. As described in the introduction of Elite Perceptions, de Swaan’s book In Care of the State: Health Care, Education and Welfare in Europe and the USA in the Modern Era explains that a state’s action to counter poverty is predicated in part on the social consciousness of its elites.

Social consciousness is measured by (1) an awareness. Elisa P. Reis and Mick Moore (eds.), Elite Perceptions of Poverty and Inequality (London and New York: CROP: International Studies in Poverty Research, Zed Books,pp., $ pbk.). Methodology Profiling poverty and inequality in South Africa Elite perceptions Social segmentation The invisibility of rural poverty Non-ANC elites, resource issues and poverty Implications 7 Elite perceptions of the poor: reflections on a comparative research project ABRAM DE SWAAN.

The study of elite perceptions of poverty and the poor, we conclude, can both add to our understanding of the social dynamics of poverty and inequality and inform pro‐poor public policy.

Citing Literature. Number of times cited according to CrossRef: Section 2 KEY FINDINGS. The vast majority of Americans believe poverty is a serious issue, and there is growing public concern about homelessness. Many Americans embrace a structural explanation for poverty. Perceptions of the cause of poverty among low-income women provide insights into the unique structural barriers faced by many women.

Elite Perceptions of Poverty and Inequality (International Studies in Poverty Research) Paperback – June 1, by Elisa P. Reis (Author), Mick Moore (Author) See all 7 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Cited by:.

The findings in this book throw light on one reason for the relative ineffectiveness of poverty reduction strategies hitherto, and the huge importance of presenting the problem of poverty in ways that fit more closely with the ways in which national elites understand their world.

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