The dark cell was very narrow you can not stand up straight in there because of how narrow it is. The prisoners had to suffer in a very uncomfortable position. Even worse the prison guards would throw in scorpions and snakes for their punishments just to let them suffer even more. Ill-behaved inmates spent time in the “Dark Cell,” chained to ring-bolts in severe isolation. During this era there were lots of poor and cruel conditions within the prison and these were some of the major ones within the dark cell.
Their working conditions were poor and the days were long. The slaves were often separated from their families. Slaves were treated poorly because in the owner’s eyes the slaves weren’t equal to them. The slaves were “property,” nothing more. Those involved in this situation responded to the adversity with different emotions.
The Dust Bowl was a hard time during the great depression. The Dust Bowl negatively affected people in a personal way. The dust was hard to keep away. People fled and left everything. The drought made things worst and the environment was horrible to live in.
Life as a convict at Port Arthur was neither easy or pleasant. Getting to Port Arthur was difficult, the journey from England was long and hard, some men didn't make the trip. The food they had to eat and the clothes they were made to wear was a punishment within itself. It was hard to get through one day in the jail let alone years for some. The punishments inflicted were harsh and cruel and were a high part of convict life.
The experience of the Great Depression in the Urban and the Rural American. The Urban American became distressed they were hungry and many were homeless. The rural Americans were pounded by a series of environment catastrophes that made the situation even worse and exposed that the government was powerless. The Urban Americans built makeshift towns outside of towns. They called the makeshifts Hooverville’s.
The working class in 1900. The people of the working class had hard working conditions and poor living conditions. They had no time for leisure because they had to work long hours simply to survive. They did not possess the funds to engage in leisure activities such as attending the theatre or playing sport. As a result, a number of social problems were associated with the working class.
This problem was especially worse for immigrant workers as their belief in the so-called American dream has been worn down due to the misery they had to endure. Immigrant workers were limited of their freedom and constantly exploited due to the fact that they were working in hazardous working conditions, were living in deplorable conditions, and were being harassed under the intimidating power of corrupt politicians. Such miseries the immigrants had to face included the hazardous working conditions where they had to stay for long hours. There was no doubt that workers had either die or were injured as they worked in such environment. In Upton Sinclair’s The Jungle, the dangers of working conditions are emphasized through Jurgis’ incident at the meatpacking plant.
The mMajority of people inon a rural areas had to migrate to the urban areas for employmentaiming for a job. This movement and, urbanization, was one of the negative effects that occuredwas issued during the Industrial Revolution. The citizens could not handle their own lives nor the overpopulated land. Their working conditions were very poor, “ Factories were not the best places to work. The only light present was the sunlight that came through the windows.” (Poddar) Their living conditions were even worse, “On the whole working-class neighborhoods were bleak, crowded, dirty, and polluted.”(Ashton, 93) According to the research, 25 to 33% of children in England diedeceased
The nobility, which made up a little over 1% of the population owned important portions of the land, were very wealthy. Those aristocrats had pleasant living conditions, supported the Nicholas II, and most didn’t want a revolution to occur. The middle classes were wealthy, and had good living conditions. Although the bourgeoisie’s living conditions were more than sufficient, they weren’t satisfied by the Tsar’s autocracy. The workers on the contrary, had far worse living conditions.
The mystery remains within North Korea, and how the citizens were directly affected by this dictator’s power and decisions. During Kim Jong-Il’s reign, the country faced horrifying conditions to live in. North Korea was a country that was so poor; they did not have regular electric light even within the capital ("Kim Jong Il, Son”). The economy within North Korea was at an all time low. Agriculture was horrible, and goods and products were hard to come by (Rowen).