Consequences Of Homelessness In America

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Homelessness is the lack of a house or a shelter. A homeless child is an individual without permanent housing who may live on the streets, abandoned buildings, vehicles or an individual who doubled up (where individuals are unable to maintain their housing situation and are forced to stay with a series of friends or extended family member). Have you ever noticed the amount of people who have neither home, nor a family to sustain them? Perhaps, you think it is their own fault; you might think if they wanted, they would have it all. However, that thought is pointless because there are objective reasons why children lose home and can return to normal life. As shown in the public service announcement (PSA), ‘‘End youth homelessness in America,’’ produced by the Youth Advocate’s; this association’s presentation of pathos overshadows their less successful representations of ethos and logos concerning the topic of homelessness. This PSA clearly shows the statistics of homeless people who litter the streets and how they carry out their daily activities. They also try comparing children…show more content…
Some of these consequences are youth become pregnant; increase crime rates, early exposure to drugs and eventually some will commit suicide due to extensive stress, idealness and loneliness. Youth advocate clearly shows this PSA with the use of a famous American actor, musicians and Jesus is representing the face of many homeless people, expressing their worries to the society and calling for attention to issues of homelessness. They also clearly point out the various places where homeless people sleeping in the cold. If individuals in the society work together in harmony, they will keep the streets clean and clear of street people. The youth advocate is highly credible for the different representations of homeless people in their
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