Research Paper on Reaction on “Effects of Poverty on M-E-B health of Kids”

Yoshikawa, Aber and Beardslee in the article, The Effects of Poverty on the Mental, Emotional, And Behavioral Health of Children and Youth: Implications for Prevention, that appeared in the fourth issue of American Psychologist Journal focus on effects of poverty levels on the health of children affect. The article majorly focuses on studies carried out in the United States that assess how a child’s mental, emotional and behavioral (M-E-B) well being is affected by poverty. The authors have also pointed out possible solutions that are used in preventing the M-E-B disorders. Poverty is classified in different categories and dimensions and some of these classifications as discussed in this article are absolute, relative, subjective and asset poverty. Absolute poverty is inability to afford basic needs while relative poverty refers decrease in income of the National Median House Income to levels below 50% or 60% (Yoshikawa, Aber & Beardslee, 2012). The article defines poverty in many other different ways that not only involve inadequate means but also other important human development assets like education and health.
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Book review on Changes in the land

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When the Europeans initially arrived in the New England, they found a patchwork of diversity and abundance. There was p-lent yin the land as along the shore there were witnessed tidal flats and salt marshes full of shellfish and waterfowl among others. They also found around 100,000 inhabitants who were Native Americans mostly Algonquians who were organized in small groups or tribes in the region. The inhabitants they found were mostly hunters and gatherers, and they practiced primitive agriculture of growing corn and beans among other crops.
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The Impact of Sexual Imagery on Teenage Pregnancy in the UK

Chapter 1: Introduction
Sexual imagery in the society is on the increase with young people exposed from an early age to sexual concepts and behavior especially through media exposure and sex education in school. This has an effect on the conceptualization of sexual beliefs and behavior patterns as the young generation moves into adolescence and sexual maturity (Brown 2002). Read more >