These two arguments are that homeless people have done or are doing things that society sees as morally unacceptable and that homeless people have received help from their social community and have not made efforts to make connections. These assumptions often give people a negative outlook on the homeless people, to which many people treat them as second class citizens. The homeless are also abused physically and verbally, by people who assume that their asking of assistance is an affront to the person at hand. This has created a bad stigma against the homeless population, who are often feared and even seen as and treated like
The results shows very clearly that people belonging to poor economic backgrounds often lose their faith in the structure of the social system, and then they tend to involve in criminal activities for either having a good life in future days (only in the sense of good economic status) or to express their anger on the system by being an outlaw. Studies also show that, in contrast to people living in white communities, people belonging to black communities are often found to be the offenders in cases of homicide or robberies. Thus, race factor also plays a vital role. It has often been suggested that people commit a crime either for family failure or for the failure of the society. Informal social control cannot effectively influence such factors.
Homelessness is a serious problem all over the world. This problem used to be of an emergent issue but is now seen as a chronic problem (Howard 38). Almost everywhere people go there will be homeless on the street or overcrowded shelters nearby. Chronic, transitional and episodic are the three main types of homelessness (Byrne 3). Although most people think that having no money makes you homeless, in fact, to be considered homeless you just have to not have a permanent home.
Each one of this reasons are contributing factor to make people homeless and poor in the community. Although, if these factor came together it will be chaos for those whom facing it. For example, is someone was using drugs and alcohol, and he is unemployed, that means he can’t afford a house or anything, even if he had some money he will use it on drugs and alcohol. The community of each country must find a way to prevent such a problem, and focus on this kind of people in the
Especially in insufficient cities or villages, where no works and half of citizens lives in poverty . It is in government interest to reduce the number of homeless . In case that homeless people are also part of society and they are also influence on the outlook of republic . Problem also include, that government tried to solve this problem , by the way it was unsuccessful , in the case that they are unwishful to spend money for homeless people. The reason of these action, is that some people think , that homeless people do not deserve help , because they came in such condition by themselves.
SHOW CONNECTION Jon Kurht’s article “When helping doesn't help” is a personal narrative discussing Kurht’s experience managing a homeless shelter, and discussing the hardships and complications that come with helping the homeless. Kuhrt notably states that shelters “actually bred further cynicism and depression in those young people because many were ashamed of what they were doing - they knew they were profiting from the naivety and kindness of others.” Logos can be found within the reasoning and conclusions found by Kurht.SHOW CREDIBILITY Amy Taxin and Geoff Mulvihill’s blatantly titled article “Don't help the homeless, critics say - it hurts them” works as a counter to my claim. The article describes how the good intentions and actions, such as camps and free resources (toilet paper, showers, etc.) only enable and prevent the homeless from a desire to move. Logos helps to develop the claim.
The reasons for them being in that position are diverse, ranging from financial difficulty to mental illness and drug addiction that has spiralled out of control. Some people have been victims of the liquidity crisis and recession and have been evicted from their homes. With no money left, they have no choice but to sleep out on the streets or in shelters. Part of the problem is that homeless people are not economically empowered. Jobs are getting increasingly hard to come by.
As the majority of people suggests that people become homeless because of they are victims of circumstances instead of their own choice. Logically, there may be no people who want to be a part of homelessness and becomes street people by just staying at the road side and also at the street. In that case, other people may also talk bad about them and think that they are lazy, smelly and bad people when they are just seeing them physically. For example, Stanley who is a father of two sons and he is an alcoholic. One of his sons has become like his father and one of them is not.
This behaviour often criticises by the majority of the population, hence they are marginalized by the society and thus creating a community of their own. Although with the creation of the community, they are still very vulnerable. The Hijras receive the immense intensity of backlash, both from the general population and religious groups due to them acting against their doctrines. Economically, they are very poor because they are very few opportunities of works available; hence some of them resort to being beggars and worse, prostitution. Prostitution is one of the ways to support themselves and because of this activity; their community has high risks for HIV infection.
Crime rate is a menace to Malaysia. The criminals mostly were from unemployment people because they were too desperate to look for money without thinking the impact. Everyone should have a job to reach their goals and fulfil them. Consequently, this kind of community has a tendency to involve in criminal cases such as robbing, snatching, rapping or might be targeted into drug syndicates. However, homelessness not only people that commit crime, their also expose to various social risk.