Essays should contain:
An engaging introduction A thoroughly written representation of the image
A thoughtful discussion, typically in order to reach an explanation, decision or to exchange ideas of the social phenomena depicted in the image
Employ a multidimensional (global, political, economic & cultural) perspective to their analyses on the intersectional nature social inequality in the United States.
POVERTY AND ITS DIMENSIONS
Poverty generally represents the incapability of people to meet all the necessary requirements for their physical survival as well as wellbeing. Poverty is a condition where the people suffer from malnutrition, disease and illiteracy. This also include a higher infant mortality and along with low life expectancy below any reasonable definition of human deficiency (Levin). This image demonstrates the effect of poverty on the children. Poverty can be unbearable for their growth.
The picture demonstrates how a poor kid would suffer greatly if has a poor financial background. This can be a result of different types of crisis, the children often suffer for. These are the chief factors that can be originated from numerous political, economic and cultural reasons. This particular image demonstrates how poverty can be unbearable for the children of America. These children from low income communities, are dependent on their parents who are unable to arrange the basic need of four square meals for their children. poverty has a far reaching effect on the children’s initial stage of growth. These poor children suffer severely from inadequate nutrition instability of their residence, fewer learning experiences in lower quality of school (Schultz). Moreover, they are more exposed to family violence, environmental toxins, dangerous streets, homelessness and less access to services and caregivers.
Therefore, it can be concluded that this picture presented a sever problem of society in the developed country like America. The children coming from low income communities suffer from hunger, homelessness and illiteracy. They cannot even meet their basic needs of food, clothes and shelter. Thus poverty has proved to be a curse for the society and globe.
Levin, Judith N. "When the Basic Necessities of Life Are Missing: The Impact of Poverty on Children." Assisting Young Children Caught in Disasters. Springer, Cham, 2018. 93-101.
Schultz, S. (2016). Poverty and Children with Special Needs: Implications and Strategies for the Classroom.