Center for Civic Engagement

Poverty Scholarly Sources

  • Hunger Articles

    1. Allen, P. (2007). The disappearance of hunger in America. Gastronomica: The Journal of Food and Culture, 7(3), 19-23.

    2. Anyon, J. (2007). No Child Left Behind as an anti-poverty measure. Teacher Education Quarterly,34(2), 157-162.

    3. Bray, R. (2007). Child care and poverty in South Africa. Journal of Children and Poverty, 13, 1-19.

    4. Eikenberry, N., & Smith, C. (2005). Attitudes, beliefs, and prevalence of dumpster diving as a means to obtain food by Midwestern, low-income, urban dwellers. Agriculture and Human Values, 22(2), 187-202.

    5. Frongillo, E. A., & Horan, C. M. (2004). Hunger and aging. Generations, 28(3), 28-34.

    6. Haldenby, A. (2007). Homelessness and health in adolescents. Qualitative Health Research, 17(9), 1232-1244.

    7. Nord, M. (2003). Measuring the food security of elderly persons. Family Economics and Nutrition Review, 15(1), 33-46.

    8. Reiner, L. (2001) The geopolitics of hunger. Action against hunger.

    9. Russell, S. (2005). The hunger experiment. The Wilson Quarterly, 29(3), 66-83.

    10. Sanchez, P., & Swaminathan, M. S. (2005). Hunger in Africa: The link between unhealthy people and unhealthy soils. The Lancet, 365(9457), 442-445.

    11. Sanchez, P., & Swaminathan, M. S. (2005). Cutting world hunger in half. Science, 307(5708), 357-360.

    12. 12. Shapouri, S., & Rosen, S. (2004). Fifty years of U.S. food aid and its role in reducing world hunger. Amber Waves, 2(4), 38-44.

  • Hunger Books

    1. Bryant, C. (2003). The cultural feast: An introduction to food and society. Belmont, CA: Thomson &Wadsworth.

    2. Clark, R. F. (2006). Giving credit where due: A path to global poverty reduction. Lanham, MD: University Press of America.

    3. Egendorf, L. K. (Ed.). (2006). Food. Detroit, MI: Greenhaven Press.

    4. Espindola, E. (2005). Poverty, hunger and food security in Central America and Panama. Santiago,Chile: Naciones Unidas, CEPAL, Social Development Division.

    5. Hunnicutt, S. C. (2007). World hunger. Detroit, MI: Greenhaven Press.

    6. Jomo, K. S. (2007). A flat world big gaps: Economic liberalization, globalization, poverty and inequality. London: Zed.

    7. Logan. T. D. (2005). The transformation of hunger: The demand for calories past and present,Cambridge, MA: National Bureau of Economic Research.

    8. McGovern, G. (2001). The third freedom: Ending hunger in our time. New York: Simon & Schuster.

    9. Runge, C. F. (2003). Ending hunger in our lifetime: Food security and globalization. Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press.

    10. Russell, S. (2005). Hunger: An unnatural history. New York: Basic Books.

    11. Schwartz-Nobel, L. (2002). Growing up empty: The hunger epidemic in America. New York: Harper Collins.

    12. Stanford, C. (Ed.). (2007). World hunger. Bronx, NY: H. W. Wilson Company.

    13. Tucker, T. (2006). The great starvation experiment: The heroic men who starved so that millions could live. New York: Free Press.

    14. Warnes, A. (2004). Hunger overcome?: Food and resistance in twentieth-century African American literature. Athens, GA: University of Georgia Press.

    15. Witt, D. (2004). Black hunger: Soul food and America. Minneapolis, MN: University of Minnesota Press.

    16. Wunderlich, G., & Norwood, J. (Eds.). (2006). Food insecurity and hunger in the United States: An assessment of the measure. Washington, D. C.: National Academies Press.

  • Homelessness Articles

    1. Amster, R. (2003). Patterns of exclusion: Sanitizing space, criminalizing homelessness. Social Justice, 30(1), 195-221.

    2. Armaline, W. T. (2005). "Kids need structure": Negotiating rules, power, and social control in an emergency youth shelter. The American Behavioral Scientist, 48(8), 1124-1149.

    3. Baron, J. B. (2004). The "no property" problem: Understanding poverty by understanding wealth. Michigan Law Review, 102(6), 1000-1024.

    4. Hodgetts, Darrin. (2007) Health inequalities and homelessness. Journal of Health and Psychology, 12(5), 709-725.

    5. Miller, A., & Keys, C. B. (2001). Understanding dignity in the lives of homeless persons. American Journal of Community Psychology, 29(2), 331-354.

    6. Miller, C. (2006). Images from the streets: Art for social change from the homelessness photography project. Social Justice, 33(2), 122-135.

    7. Phinney, R., Danzinger, S., Pollack, H. A., & Seefeldt, K. (2007). Housing instability among current and former welfare recipients. American Journal of Public Health, 97(5), 832-838.

    8. Tompsett, C. J. (2006). Homelessness in the United States: Assessing changes in prevalence and public opinion, 1993-2001. American Journal of Community Psychology, 37(1-2), 47-61.

    9. Toro, P. A. (2007).Toward an international understanding of homelessness. Journal of Social Issues 63(3), 461-481.

    10. Turnbull, J., Muckle, W., & Masters, C. (2007). Homelessness and health. Canadian Medical Association Journal, 177(9), 1065-1067.

    11. Wakin, M. (2005). Not sheltered, not homeless: RVs as makeshifts. The American Behavioral Scientist, 48(8), 1013-1033.