Homelessness is affecting many people today, and on the other hand it's considered as a trauma too. It can make people commit suicide thinking that they are alone in this world, people that don't have a family, nobody to turn to in this world, and that very dangerous and most of in children. This are the things that people face when they are homeless: puberty, transportation issues, limited social support, limited education, and emotional factors. There are many resources for people that are homeless. Anthropologists had studied a lot. This years they are participating in a panel of studying homelessness in Honduras, it has been very interesting because Honduras is a country with lot of homelessness. On their first day, they went to lots of homeless people specially in Tegucigalpa this people gave 500 lps for their participation, this people …show more content…
Honduras is the second country with the most economical problems in Central America. Economical problems clearly lead to lots of problems, the lack of job opportunities lead to economical instabilities, economical instabilities lead to lots of things, in this case homelessness. About 200,000 Hondurans find themselves with no home and no warmth of a family. This kind of economical situation has been going on for quite a while and in my opinion its time for us to join together. The unemployment rate in 1990 was 28%. Crowded households consists in more than 8 members in one room. The birth rate increments each year giving more problems in the economy of the country. Their might be lots of solutions to homelessness but their is not an economical aid in the country that helps the construction of projects to end homelessness. The lack of job opportunities is a big part that contributes to homelessness. In Honduras is a place that is not categorized as a industrial country, this tells us that their are not enough companies or factories that offer poor people a
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Homelessness is one the most ignored problems in the United States with citizen and politician. Homeless people are walked by and ignored. Nobody ever thinks that they will be homeless. Due to the economy, people live paycheck to paycheck making house payments very difficult. Most people will want to believe most homeless people are drug addicts or alcoholics, but most people will be surprise to know that it is no all true.
There are three main factors that lead to homelessness which are structural factors, system failures and individual and relational factors. The structural factors is when a person is affected by economic and societal issues that affect their opportunities and social environment for example, the lack of adequate income and/or the experience of discrimination may lead to homeless. Furthermore, the system failures occur when the support from individual’s family and care fails resulting people become homeless helplessly. The third factor is individual and relational factors in which family violence and extreme poverty plays a role. The family with violence, abuse, addiction, mental health problems of other family members and extreme poverty can lead to being homeless.
There are many causes for homelessness, but the biggest reasons include mental illness and incarceration, family and financial struggles, and substance abuse. Contributing factors to homelessness are mental illness and the flawed prison system. In 2010, California prison system
Homelessness ,an American Problem] [Homelessness is serious problem that America has come to face. Millions of people including families ,children, elder, babies , veterans live day after day without water ,food or a roof over their heads. The number of homeless, families with children and elder has considerably over the past decade or so. They are together the fast, growing portion of the homeless population. There are together almost 40% of all people who are homeless.
The issue of homelessness in America has been evident since the early 1600’s. Across the country men, women and children spend their nights on the streets not knowing when or if they will ever find a permanent home. States and federal officials or city councils have tried to alleviate or at least reduce the number of homeless over the last several decades at a city, state or national level but it continues to be an ongoing problem. There is a multitude of factors that account for the growing homeless population that affects each state in the country differently. Though there are many contributing factors that contribute to the amount of people living on the street at any given night in the U.S.
Homelessness is usually a result of several of complicated issues. First, domestic and family violence is considered to be the most common reason why people become homeless. Domestic and family violence is that one person uses abuse and/or violence to control his/her spouse or other family members through fear (Domestic Violence Prevention Centre, 2016). Therefore, victims prefer to stay outside all day in order to avoid being at home which is considered as nightmare. Second, financial difficulty is another major cause for homelessness.
It is indiscriminate and has no concern for one’s status, race, ethnicity, background, religion, and so on. Therefore the fear of homelessness is the fact that it can happen at any time.. As a result of the United States economic situation, there is a lack of jobs and livable wages provided for growing communities. The insufficient provision of financial aid is among the factors that cause homelessness. Unable to be financially independent, the homeless tend to meet their financial needs through illegal avenues. These avenues involve the interaction with drugs and
Kenney Morales Prof Peters English-101 “Homelessness” Imagine you are walking in a city, and amongst the crowded street, you notice a man. He isn’t walking, just sitting down out of sight. He doesn’t make a sound. However, he stands out the most out of everyone else.
The biggest social population first world country, experience homelessness is, in fact, the elderly is houseful. Often a spouse has died, their children live in a distance. They feel lonely and abandoned the people living in the streets. Institutions including the prison or the center of the juvenile justice people often feel lonely, or more accurately experience homelessness only they have contact with other people than other prisoners" homeless "become part of their lives. These people work a soup kitchen or shelter streets.
Homelessness is a struggle that most people don’t know, or that people ignore because they frown on homeless people. These people frown on homeless people because the homeless are often unshaven ruff looking people that had a bad turn in life, this life changing event that turned them into what some people frown upon. These people are frowned upon by so many but the people that frown upon them have no idea what their going through. Being homeless, a struggle known by too many in the United States, in fact there are estimated numbers of 633,782 people being homeless in just the United States alone. These people have found their self’s homeless for many different reasons like bad decisions, not a high enough paying job, or no job could be found,
Homelessness is a significant complex societal problem. Many people think homelessness is an individual problem, but I think society has a large factor on why people become homeless. Individuals who are homeless are not lazy like most of society thinks. These people are struggling with societal problems such as living costs and mostly cannot support themselves financially. In my eyes, Homelessness is a factor of societal forces such as high cost of housing and living and also society having failed systems to support people who are stuck in these sorts of situations.
Introduction Honduras is located in the heart of Central America, with a population of about 8.5 million inhabitants (source). Although in the past decade the economy had been improving, various political anomalies have been shaking the economy lately. It is known to everyone that Honduras is a third world country and that it has some serious poverty issues. Poverty is highly denoted in the rural areas of the country. This problem affects about 60 % of the population and there are many private and non-profit organizations that want to help lower this percentage.
Since the 2013s the homeless people in Los Angeles (USA) have grown. Homelessness is the problem for the whole world. Day by day homelessness and unstable, precarious housing are increasing. Living at the streets in harsher climate brings a lot of problems
Everynight over half a million Americans will fall asleep without a home, they are homeless in one of the richest countries on the planet. Capitalist countries naturally have an imbalance of wealth and thus the citizens of these countries often face the moral conundrum of charity and humanitarian aid. In many smaller cultures the dependency of the few is the burden of many however when discussing large nations and the suffering of hundreds of thousands one must consider factors such as population capacity, resource management and long term dependency. When such factors are considered it becomes much harder to maintain a from each according to his ability and to each according to his need system. Large nations cannot bear the burden of homeless,