The incidence of unemployment and poverty portrays demeaning imagery in Africa and Asia, where the active work force wrestles with basic survival. This situation suggests that there is link between unemployment and poverty. While historical account of the two phenomena especially in West African countries such as Guinea and Liberia shows the overarching and never-ending indelible mark on the lives of many people, both experiences occur incrementally over time. However, in a country such as Sierra Leone which struggles to develop, unemployment and poverty are both high and constant.
Mohamed Bangura is an alumnus of Fourah Bay College and Africa University, Mutare, Zimbabwe and a full - time lecturer one in the Department of Sociology, Fourah Bay College, University of Sierra Leone. Bangura is the author of Organisational Behaviour: A Sociological Perspective and A Sociological Aquisition: A Sierra Leone Paradigm.
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LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing
poverty, Unemployment and Social Diversity
SOCIAL SCIENCE / Sociology / General