Juvenile and delinquency seems to be a growing trend in America, what are some of the issues that communities and society in whole face when dealing with juvenile delinquency and discuss what is referred to as the development of a juvenile status? Juvenile delinquency refers to a wide variety of violations ranging from minor offenses, communities and society have to deal with underage drinking accidents, vehicle theft, smoking, reckless driving, assault, vandalism, and prank calls. Some of the causes and conditions of delinquency are obvious: poverty, drugs, gangs, abuse and neglect. We are confronted by a society that is becoming more complex, more mobile and more dysfunctional. Such as, teen pregnancy, suicide, smoking and running away.
Thus, the world become deterritorialization and with a strong interconnectedness. Globalization is a complex web of social processes that intensify and expand worldwide economic, cultural, political and technological exchange and connections. (Short and Kim, 1999). According to Short and Kim definition, the society is changing from a stable, traditional society to a heterogeneous modern society. Therefore, the economic, cultural and political are altering small scale of society to world scale which influence the society become more time-space compression that the level of stress is increasing and the world become apprehensive.
As noticed by them, complexity of businesses and their activity environment has increased considerably in the last decades. In recent years, the expanding level of worldwide has increased the challenge for managers, and specialists have cautioned that if management accounting is to maintain its relevance, it needs to adapt the changing needs of managers, and in response to this concern, a range of new MAPs has emerged (Pavlatos and Paggios, 2008). The concern on management accounting has become more popular since 1987. When Johnson and Kaplan discussed that the management accounting was not keeping step with the latest technology. The current changes in manufacturing technology and information technology has made Management accounting more advanced.
“Causes and consequences of Drug addiction” Causes of drug addiction Causes of drug addiction include genetic, environmental and psychological factors. Multiple factors play a significant role in drug addiction. When we ignore the person who is taking drugs, rather than taking him or her for treatment; he/she becomes drug addicted. Lack of knowledge and awareness of consequences of drugs also leads a person to drug addiction. Following are the major causes of drug addiction: Family and environmental causes of drug addiction: Environmental causes are the attributes in a person’s surrounding that increase the chance of becoming addicts.
In order to find better means by which to reduce status offenses in the Caribbean, then by studying the relevant theories associated with them would help to explain their origins. In the Jamaican society, more specifically, teenage high school students, easily stressed, bullied, may have suicidal tendencies and influenced by their peers – which can lead to smoking and drinking alcohol Budd (2011). Based on a survey
Drug Addiction in Sikkim: A Sociological Study Dr. P.K.Mishra Principal D.S.College, Gangtok Email: email@example.com Introduction: In contemporary society, the full-fledged impact of modernization and globalization, which has led to free movement of people, goods and money across the countries of the world, can be witnessed. This has also opened the economic opportunities among the individuals and the communities in the society, which has become the new of life. Society has changed over the years and activities of the people have undergone changes. Even the substances used for inebriation have changed corresponding with the dynamics of society. Traditionally used drugs, marijuana and cannabis, have been replaced by modern synthetic drugs.
Drug Addiction in Teenagers The addiction to drugs is a problem of current society in which we live, bearing in mind that the pace of life entered the consumerism involves the curiosity of the human being to discover new experiences, emotions and sensations with the intention of evading the dissatisfaction, stress and anxiety. In this search to the satisfaction, the individual is usually located in front of the sale and consumption of psychoactive substances, adding because the false effect of security and euphoria that generates in the individuals with a vulnerable personality. The acquisitive modality is usually related to the environment in which the individual carries out its development and social interaction and affective next to the
The constant changes in technology have affected how public relations practitioners carry out their roles in society in general over the years. It is undeniable that the rapid and smooth delivery of information via various media has been made possible with globalisation and also the proliferation of new media. These factors have certainly affected the public relations industry as a whole, in terms of how public relations practitioners communicate and interact with publics of diverse background. In this essay, the focus would be placed on evaluating the changing role of public relations under the influence of globalisation, as well as its impact on public relations industry over the years. Before examining how globalisation has influenced
Like mentioned earlier these days we can see a significant change the Indian family have been undergoing in terms of both structure as well as function. In India family is not only a source for economic and social purposes but also a source for emotional support. One of the most evident reason for change in the family structure was seen after the industrial revolution which saw the rise of urbanization, with the passing of time there has been an increasing commercialization of the economy in addition to this we can see large development in the infrastructure of the country. People moved from rural areas to urban areas for jobs and better standard of living thus breaking their relationship with joint family. They used to live their traditional occupation behind in search of job oppurtunites in the cities.
Globalization thus showed its impact both directly and indirectly on the industrial relations systems and its actors by disturbing the relation between "capital" and "labour" in each country. Capital is significantly movable in an open international environment while labour remains relatively fixed placing "labour" at a relative disadvantage. Globalization brought development in various enterprises changing the course of industrialization affecting employment relations and industrial relations at all levels viz., regional, national and international levels. In addition to the effects of globalization, India is facing more population growth and labour surplus intimidating the sustainability of performance, productivity, economic growth and international