Peter Townsend: Poverty in the UK
It was widely believed that poverty in Britain had been all but eliminated with the construction of the welfare state and post-war affluence. But while politicians were telling people they had never had it so good, social scientists were re-discovering poverty. The most influential of these was Peter Townsend, whose study of poverty in the 1960s and 70s was one of the most detailed ever undertaken in Britain.
Production Year: 2003
Duration: 22 min
Series: Classic Collection
Printable Resources: Yes
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