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Poverty in Germany : the social network live!

poor people die earlier. The sentence is, unfortunately, true. He describes a scandalous violation of the principle of equality. Unmarried, poorly educated, poor men are dying in Germany more than ten years earlier, as an academic, with family and suburban home. It is a bit of a change – but only if one is willing to be a paradox to acknowledge: namely, that money will not solve the Problem.

From the number of those who die too early, must be adjusted for some groups. The sick become, or the Occupations with the most risky. It goes to the other. To them, it is clear how dramatically inequality affect the life chances. Since the common explanations for an early death are Smoking, alcohol, Obesity. But only incomplete. Even winning the lottery does not help the previously poor to a longer life. Population researchers look to the social network: spouse, friends, neighborhood.

Who is poor, has fewer friends that care

poor men are less often married, have fewer friends. They are faster and harder to sick. Because you do not have a caring environment, the visit to the doctor advises, or on the correct intake of the tablets. To be politically active, is more demanding than the compensation of disadvantages with money. A wise housing policy that respects established neighborhoods and promotes, it could heal on the social level a lot of and a lot more effective than a raised rate. Or an immigrant can get law like that in Canada, in the remote areas, special quotas of immigrants – for example, well – educated women in their Region.

Germany's responses to discrimination are called "education" or "more Hartz IV". But when it comes to giving the citizens the same opportunities, are at best half the battle. At the regional, local and neighbourhood level, much more can be the right approach to find, as it is to have a Berlin policy-versessenes country.

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