It occurs unpleasant sound stirs our ears and results to psychological problems such as stress, hypertension, hearing impairment, etc. The primary causes of soil pollution are loud music and industrial noises. Radioactive pollution, though rear, is the most dangerous form of pollution when it occurs. It can be caused by nuclear plant malfunctions, accidents, improper nuclear waste disposal, etc. most of its effects are a severe and long term in nature and include defects at the time of birth infertility, blindness, cancer, can affect air and water as well as sterilizing
This paper investigates the relationship between gang-related violence in schools and street gangs. The author came across the conception that gang-related violence that takes place in schools is triggered by the street gang activities and lifestyle that come to pass in the community, which can be formulated in two fashion, in term of gang learners being part of the street gang and conducting part of their activities in the school grounds. While on the other side, the gang learners are forming their own gang groups that are not related to the street gangs but are share the same culture. In other words, the author is trying to disentangle the question of whether the existence of street gang in societies contributes to the incidences if violence
VOCs, paints, cleaners, diesel and oil, cement, among others, are construction contaminants responsible for causing water pollution. In the moment that these harmful substances get into waterways they automatically cause damage to the water life and to any animal that drinks from them. Pollutants on construction sites can also penetrate into a source of human drinking water, which is the groundwater. This is in fact more dangerous than the surface water treatment because once the groundwater is contaminated, is really hard to treat. Is not a lie that construction sites generate a lot of noise that come generally from vehicles, heavy equipment and machinery and also from the shouting of the construction workers.
The advancement of technology has opened up a new gateway of making fun of people. To put an end to the growing epidemic of cyberbullying the society should implement the effects and seriousness the effects can have on a person. Cyberbullying can have long-term physiological effects on its victims. In order to lessen the effects of bullying; schools should have a bullying class as a required course that educates all students about the ramification of cyberbullying. Schools should enforce a bullying course at every grade level beginning with middle school into high school to educate the children on the seriousness of this epidemic.
This paper investigates the relationship between gang-related violence in schools and street gangs. The author came across the conception that gang-related violence that takes place in schools is triggered by the street gang activities and lifestyle that come to pass in the community, which can be formulated in two fashion, in term of gang learners being part of the street gang and conducting part of their activities in the school grounds. While on the other side, the gang learners are forming their own gang groups that are not related to the street gangs but are share the same culture. In other words, the author is trying to disentangle the question of whether the existence of street gang in societies contributes to the incidences if violence in schools and the formation of gang groups in schools (Clinard and Meier, 2011). Gangsterism appears in almost all of the studies that have been conducted with the aim of uncovering the causes of violence in schools.
Consumption became part of our culture as well as consumerism. In every consumption of goods, it affects our environment because of the waste of the products that we used. At present, the consumption rate continuously increases which is very alarming. The extravagant desire of consumer has made the current environmental imbalance and these imbalances will cause a huge problem than people await. These imbalances have just caused environmental debacles in places everywhere throughout the world.
3.1 INTRODUCTION This chapter addresses the research methodology and procedures used to explore the research problem. The purpose of the study is to explore the impact of lecturer’s negative attitude on the student academic achievement studying at the institute of Venda. The key elements are: research approach, research design, target population, sampling and sampling technique , research instruments, data collection methods, pre-testing data analysis techniques, trustworthiness and ethical considerations. 3.2. Research approach Qualitative research approach is defined as an approach that answers questions regarding the complex nature of the actions with the purpose of describing and understanding human behavior (De Vos, Strydom, Fouche, & Delport, 2011).
and gas wells, destruction of drilling rigs, dumping of drilling muds and oil soaked waste have been identified as major sources of water pollution the above mention areas. Rivers and water pollution often kill fishes and some aquatic live (Raven, et al, 1998). Studies have shown the adverse effect of the plants and machines producing unpleasant odor, sometimes causes impairment of mental function and aggravation of cardiovascular diseases. Gas flaring in the oil exploitation zones have also reduces the air quality levels in the environment (Evelyn, 2012). 3.6.3 Noise pollution Noise pollution has viewed and described as undesirable sound that is caused by human activities in the society.
Noise pollution Noise pollution is the exposure of unwanted noise or unpleasant sound that will disrupt the natural balance and also impacts the human and animal life. Sound is measured in the unit of decibels and according to the World Health Organization (WHO), prolonged exposure to noise levels at or above 80 decibels(db) can lead to deafness. The poor urban planning will cause noise pollution, especially in country which are highly saturated with humans. The residental are built to near the industry area, railway station or highway that has large volume of disturbing noises. Second cause of noise pollution is the industrialization, most of the industries especially manufacturing sector involve the use of large machine facilities that are capable the emit large amount of noise and will effects the health of the worker.
Soil is also affected by the overuse of fertilizers and the pesticides, this led to loss of the forest cover, crops in farms and etc. Air pollution is caused and water pollution are caused by terrestrial pollution, in appropriate dumping of garbage have a bad smell and the dust from the building rubbles and the dumped garbage is burned they cause air pollution and the polluted air affect the human health , as the land is contaminated with chemicals and pesticides lad to skin cancer and human respiratory system , also wildlife can be affected as they are threatened regarding to loss of their habitat, food and natural environment . Water pollution is a result of terrestrial pollution as the chemicals and the solid waste dumped near the water are washed by rain in to the river or the stream and lad to pollution of the water. Conclusion Terrestrial pollution is the largest issue in Tembisa that needs to be attended as soon as possible because it does not affect only the polluters but also all the innocent things such as the biotic and the abiotic components of the earth and its natural environment and