The Poverty Line project explores a simple question: What does it mean to be poor? Through photos of daily amounts of food that could be bought if one’s income lies at the poverty line, the project creates a visual impact on the choices faced by a poor person in a country.
Inequality and Stratification | Social Policy | Social Welfare
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Chow, Stefen and Lin, Hui-Yi.
The Poverty Line: A Visual Examination On What It Means To Be Poor In Singapore. (2013). Social Space. 67-71. Social Space.
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