Causes of Poverty to Women
The feminisation of poverty has meant a higher percentage of women than men are likely to experience poverty throughout their lives (TUC). Society views a husbands income as primary to be shared amongst the family and a wife's role as domestic worker and carer (Brown: 1983). The male control of economic power within the family can cause unequal resource access, with acute cases resulting in a wife's poverty when her needs are sacrificed to provide adequate distribution for the children (Glendinning: 1992 ).
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