An Overview to the Determinants of a Poor Society, Its Fourteen Categories


Abstract


This study aims to know and discuss the importance of a society. Different departments of governments, institutions of nations and down to individualism were analyzed. The results showed that there are fourteen categories for a poor society. Observation and data gathering were used to provide the categorizations. The completeness and the categorizations may be revised or extended depending on the need and a more diversified, thorough research which the author welcomes.



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Civilization; Economy; Society; Physical Needs; Wellness.

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