Poverty is Habitual and Genetic

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Abdullah Al Zabir


The aim of the article is to prove the statement that Poverty is Habitual and Genetic. For this, several families were observed over years to fulfill the objectives. Habitual facts of the respondents were observed to understand the relationship with poverty. Daily habits which were repeating by the respondents were considered. Poverty and genetic relationship were observed. Why and how do they become poor by the influence of previous generations were explained. Finally it was concluded that Poverty is habitual and genetic.

Poverty, habit, genetics.

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Al Zabir, A. (2020). Poverty is Habitual and Genetic. Asian Journal of Education and Social Studies, 7(1), 33-36. https://doi.org/10.9734/ajess/2020/v7i130190
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