For Garnet, he’s never really had either form go home. He mainly grew up in foster care, going from house to house constantly. He never really thought of these houses as his home but rather somewhere he lived for a short time. As a child, he only lived with his family for about a quarter of his life, and even that is considered minuscule due to his lack of memory retention at such a young age. Therefore, Garnet doesn’t know what a home can be.
There are still around 168 billion child laborers around the world that are suffering from this issue but no one is moving to give them their simple rights including entertainment, education and sleep. For instance, the "Child Labor International Organization '" engorge the other societies to stop Employing and exploiting children at the cost of humans, the environment, and fashion trade. A second point is Fashion brands are exploiting children in factories due to their living conditions and poverty. Additional reason of child labor is families; many families have less paid wages which force parents to send their children to factories to have an opportunity to get a good wage. lastly the reason that corporations employ kids into the brands ' factories is due to the lack of social control and unions that can look for the children to change their living standards.
Not to mention there are also many types of loneliness, but when it comes to child loneliness it would be much more of a complicated problem. When a child is lonely, it is usually caused by family problems such as their parents getting divorced and not getting the needed attention from the parents. Or it could be not having any friends and their parents are migrant workers working in another city. They get to only meet their parents twice a year or even worse, none. According to the Random House Dictionary, a Migrant worker is “a person who moves from place to place to get work, especially a farm laborer who harvests crops seasonally.” (Random House Dictionary, 2017) The
When Jeanne was telling her family’s story and their experience she described her new ‘home’ as a “sixteen by twenty feet, about the size of the living room, with one bare bulb hanging from the ceiling and an oil stove for heat.” For large families like hers, it made things very difficult and almost impossible. Many families were separated and forced to stay with ones they had never seen in their lives. One of the reasons many families began to drift apart from each other had to do with the fact that they would no longer eat with each other. The food the camp would provide for the families often was not satisfying, but they would get fed.. Jeanne’s family had gone through a similar situation. She says, “Now, in the mess halls, after a few weeks had passed, we stopped eating as a family… My older brothers and sisters, meanwhile, began eating with their friends, or eating somewhere blocks away, in hopes of finding better food.” The Japanese Americans did not deserve being forced out of their homes and being ordered to conform to a life similar to a prisoners, while having their families taken
While most of the counterculture movement did not identify as communist, some praised the writings of Karl Marx and C. Wright Mills. Those who had opted-out of the political sphere found themselves living in one of the 2,000 communes that manifested in the late 1960s and early 1970s. They rejected both the capitalist society and suburban lifestyle that their parents had preferred. Communal living included shared duties of all community members, who also held their own elections and made their own laws. While communal living died down over time due to exhausted funds, this period of history would be known as the “Third Great Awakening” by scholars (“Flower Power”).
Most of the children in the home have some living relatives but some of these relatives have been instrumental in making them destitute due to land disputes in the family where children born to single-mothers are forced out of their grandparents homes so that their male relatives can inherit the land. The centre is populated by 487 children from the age of 6 years to 25 years. 25 percent of the population are males. There are a few children who are ex-convicts undergoing rehabilitation – most of these children, recently released from prison have been rejected by their families and communities due to the “ex-convict” stigma. A programme is in place to reunite them with their
And the child care is situated a few blocks away from his grandparent’s house. Ben will usually get to see his mother and father during midweek either on tuesdays or wednesday where they have family meals over dinner together at his grandparent’s house. In his grandparent’s house, there are actually two other families that lives together. They are Ben’s uncle’s family of four and Ben’s aunt’s family of three. In his uncle’s family, there are a pair of sisters aged 7 and 9 years old.
Similarly, it happens that in a big family, parents can afford to marry only one son, and the rest of the brothers remain unmarried. This results in lot of individual and familial issues. Ajmer Singh Aulakh displays these types of problems in the play Sat Begane and also in his short play Ik Ramayan Hor. In this context, Giani Gurdit Singh illustrates: Due to economic constraints and falling ratio of girls in the villages of Punjab, it has become a social custom now that if one son of a Jat gets married, it is considered that all of his sons are married. * (33-36) The protagonist of the play Sat Begane Bachna falls in love with a girl from lower caste of the same village and marries her.
The whole day she would either play with her friends or help Ma in doing housework. Papa went to work in the farms. He didn’t earn much. There were days when they ate only one meal per day. Frustrated with this lifestyle, Papa decided to make Anju work, so that she would also get some money to the family.
Many of my childhood friends got married in their early age because their parents did not have enough money to educate them. Today,whenever I take a trip to my hometown for holidays, I see small kids around my neighborhood ,some of them do not have proper clothes to wear, they do not get 3 meals in a day