While the writer Carlos Encina and news article New American Economy are claiming that the drifting of the refugees has good social impacts including the fast adaptation of the refugees and decreasing the rate of crimes in the host countries, the movement of the refugees to the host countries can have more bad influences on the social aspects of the country like increasing the rate of crimes and creating problems because of the social barriers. The refugees need to run for a harmony life. When they get to a new life, they need to find jobs, establish a new life, and make contacts with their new community. “migrants and refugees show strong resilience and adaptability to new challenges and surroundings. They are willing to take a menial job when first settling” (Encina and Santalucia).
The duty of family is important in youngsters because it is the main foundation and structure of youngsters itself. Chaotic background of family can affect the foundation for children's learning .According to article; divorce family can affect typical reaction of children (Kathleen O'Connell Corcoran, 1997). The increasing numbers of chaotic background of family also increase the negative changes in the parent-child relationship based on their interaction among each other’s. As we know they learn how to manage their emotions and behaviours and establish healthy relationships with adults and peers through their parent in the family. Some of them would feel alienated by their own family.
Once i have the findings, I can strongly borrow good things from both the generations’ culture and make one culture that will make the current generation better cultured persons and to help offset the conflicts over culture between the generations. The generation x thinks they had better culture and always fight the millennia’s who are also the new generations. From the interview I noticed that the individuals belonging to generation x though that the current generations have embraced cultures that have brought a lot or disintegrations among society members who claim that despite the fact that their parents left them without notice and they had to care for themselves together with their siblings, it did not hinder them from loving their parents. Unlike the current generation who have access and ability to sue their parents in cases like abandonment or if a child felt that a punishment was
This actually ends up hurting the child more than it helps. Andrew Averill explains further consequence of helicopter parenting, “...Behaviors associated with helicopter parenting has a negative impact on the college age adult’s feelings of autonomy, competence, and their relationships with their parents.” (1) He recognizes the many consequences of helicopter parenting. These problems can develop into something greater and more sever. If parents want to keep a good relationship with their children it is necessary to give them space. Also, Millennials need to learn how to live without their parents but protective parents make it difficult to do this.
Although the idea of altering society to a utopia seems ideal, the result would still be dystopian because of the loss of control in one’s choices such as the variety in families, the way death is handled, and how the old in society is cared for. Families are essential for a flourishing society. (<change) (add sentence here) It was explained, “Two children-one male, one female- to each family unit” (Lowry 8). This shows how people are limited to the number of people in one family, and how their families are controlled. In modern society, a couple is permitted to have any number of children that they wish to have.
Whether they may like it or not, some people should consider these new concepts and respect them just as today’s generations do it. Moreover, the most important value that family represents is love, independently from being a same-sex, remarried couple or a divorced single parent. So, this concept has changed lately. As society is constantly adapting to the different changing realities, the idea of the ideal family structure has extinguished since, nowadays, people tend to divorce and remarriage, or form untraditional families as well. Before considering the concept of the traditional family extinguished, it is important to highlight that this idea might be a bit general.
The life course perspective helps one to better conceptualize the links between experiences in later life to those from earlier life stages and of older family members to younger ones (Connidis, 2010). Historically, if a married couple were unhappy in their marriage, divorce was not the solution due to the social stigma attached to it. However, as society progressed and revolutionized, divorce has become quite common, the divorce process, not only affects the couple, but the families and children involved as well. Research shows that children who have experienced parental divorce are more likely to expect to divorce, compared to children of intact families (Churchill & Fagan, 2012). This shows the interconnectedness of one’s childhood impacting adulthood in one stage of life.
This advancement is really good to all of us but if we abused it then it will lead to negative impacts that can destroy us. The misuse of technology will prevent most families from building and maintaining a strong relationship between family members. Therefore, in order to curb this problem, people should try to reduce the usage of technology and enjoy what the real world can provide us. Hence, people can stay connected with others, lack of social interaction and prevent parents from monitoring their children social lives are three main consequences of technology on
Breaking Hearts Over Political Differences Relationships are pivotal in shaping the way people live their lives and the choices they make. While the majority of relationships may be chosen, especially in one’s later years, there is a small cluster of relationships that are handed at birth. The ability to dissociate from one’s family is a difficult task that may seem impossible for some. For others, it is a necessity when one’s fundamental values, and its counterparts – political values – are starkly differed. This inability to cope with others of opposing political values is rooted in one’s morally correct, yet potentially wavering political tolerance for others.
Divorce, remarriage and same-sex marriage are liberties and rights that a part of society has fought for and rightfully earned. The growing figures on those issues do not only reflect the actual tendencies of society as regards relationships, but they also state that society is in an ongoing infinite process of change, for we will always be adapting to new circumstances. So, the value of love within the family will always be strongly present in society because gender, sexual orientation and marital status do not matter when there is