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|Title||The Effect of Poverty on Social Security after Oslo|
|Title in Arabic||تأثير الفقر على الأمن الاجتماعي ما بعد أوسلو|
The study aimed to determine the effect of poverty on Social Security for Palestinian families after Oslo, this study is considered of descriptive analytical studies, the two researchers used approach social survey A sampling method for a number of undecided individuals to directorates of Social Affairs deployed in the Gaza Strip, totaling (190) Single, the two researchers used the questionnaire tool in the collection data of the samples, the study found a range of results was the most important that poverty has an impact on social security in many ways, where poverty affects the social Security psychologically with a rate of% 73.7, followed by the impact of poverty on social Security educationally with a rate of 70.5%, followed by the impact of poverty on social Security in economic terms the impact of a rate of 70.3%, followed by the impact of poverty on social Security in the health with a rate of 69.9%, followed by the impact of poverty on social security in social terms with a rate of% 63.8, the study recommends the need to invest resources and material and human potential in the community to eradicate poverty, and government institutions contribute to activating the special laws for the poor to protect them from delinquency.
|Published in||التحولات الموضوعية في القضية الفلسطينية بعد أسلو|
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