9/11 has made a big impact and has effected U.S citizens for many reasons. After 9/11 the U.S saw a birth of fear in all of its citizens. It caused everyone to become fearful of the future because nobody knew what was coming next. As a result, many citizens prefer to travel less because the fear of hijackers. Even though it can be cheaper to travel by plane most prefer to spend more money driving than risking getting on a plan that might be hijacked.
Over a period of time illegal immigration has become a very large topic in not just the United States but also all around the world. An illegal immigrant is known as a person or persons who is leaving their countries due to a dangerous atmosphere, lack of work, poverty, etc. Many immigrants take a huge risk in moving into a foreign country in search of a better life, others leave because of political reasons, and some leave because of better job opportunities in other countries. Many immigrants are coming into foreign countries and taking jobs from citizens that could be filling those jobs, and is hurting the countries economies. The increasing number of illegal immigrants in many countries has negatively affected many countries economies,
With terrorism on the rise security has also been tightened to help make sure that people feel safe when they visit a country. Terrorist activity such as the Manchester bombings and the London bridge bombings has an effect on inbound tourist as they may become hesitant in visiting the UK and its main cities this also affect domestic visitors they will also be discouraged in traveling to destinations that has been terrorized in the past before. Terrorist attacks have greatly affected the inbound and domestic tourist greatly as they are concerned about their safety when travelling to certain countries. The UK has gone stricter over the past years with health and safety and security therefore tourist can expect to be safe when traveling and staying in their desired destinations. People’s behaviour change when they travel to a new environment.
Likewise, after the events of 9/11, racial profiling at airports shows the inequity towards different cultures. The unfair treatment towards different people in both these events show how humans can be cruel towards others in order to save themselves. Despite these two time periods being far apart, the ideas of human nature do not differ. Based on the Salem Witch Trials and racial profiling after 9/11, one can conclude that human nature is altered by fear. People tend to fear the unknown, jump to conclusions and are easily manipulated by fear.
The migrant crisis which is making headlines all over the world has left Europeans divided on the issue. Some are eager to welcome the growing number of migrants into their countries while others are shying away, afraid of what dangers can be hidden among the migrants. With eight hundred thousand migrants ready to enter Germany, and many more on their way not everyone is ready to accept them with open arms. The fear that ISIS may be infiltrating the migrants by various ways, such as paying for their travel, giving false hope, and plain brainwashing is one reason for the scare. Many Europeans deny or ignore this possibility which can unfortunately lead to a growing number of terrorist attacks through ISIS.
When an individual fails to cooperate with the criminal, there may severe consequences such as death. Individuals that come from the United States are also targeted because of the popular idea that those who are American are rich. There is also transportation extortion in El Salvador, which endangers American citizens who use public transportation in El Salvador. Extortion levels against transport operators were predicted to remain high during 2014; however, extortion levels did not only remain high, there was a significant increase as well (“Extortion Risks Rise for Transport
Problems cause by rapid growth, caused a lot of human suffering, went against the nations beliefs, and threatened to destroy society Journalists, rights activists, politicians, and others raised public awareness which resulted in reforms. Causes of the progressive era were social, economic, political, and
media in covering immigration in his section of Migration, Public Opinion and Politics. Suro states that the U.S. media coverage of immigration is episodic, focused on illegality, and lacks context. Coverage of immigration is not consistent in U.S. media, as coverage spikes when a new immigration policy is introduced, or a major event centered on immigration occurs. Over time, the coverage fades out, and decreases greatly. U.S. media also focuses greatly on the illegal immigrants in the country, which gives the public the perception that immigrants in general are criminal, as the public greatly overestimates how many immigrants are in the country illegally due to the extreme coverage of illegal immigration.
People that once thought they had everything had nothing. There were many social factors and economic factors that led to the Great Depression. To start, there were several social causes that led to the Great Depression. Many Americans were worried about immigrants and wanted to restrict them from entering, which led to foreign affair issues. Additionally, there was unequal distribution of wealth.
Regionalism will spread and killings would be common. This can be already felt throughout the world where minority groups are discriminated. Migration will be common over burdening limited resources and this can be seen as many European countries are hesitant to accept Syrian refugees. Inequality of all spheres of life to further unrest and with poverty combined these could be a twin menace for the world. Civil wars may be inevitable.