Basically genocide is systematic killing of large groups that have something in common. Genocide is hard to stop in many places. Sometimes it's out of our hands. For example, if it was happening in another country. If we started a war with that country it could cause an even bigger war and kill more lives than necessary.
He talks about how an economy of a country affects poverty and how it can be eradicated. Galbraith quotes “A vast number of people both in town and country, he noted, had insufficient food, clothing and houseroom; they were: in “overworked and undertaught weary and careworn, without quiet and without leisure.” Large amounts of people do not have adequate food, clothing and shelter. They have been working hard for long hours, doing overtimes but they are not being paid enough. They are not getting the wages they deserve because they are illiterate and lack skills. They are fatigued, miserable, depressed and worried because they don’t have enough money to earn a living for themselves and their family.
The economic depression affected families who were not rich.Banks greed and guilt is what started this it drove lots of families to get up and leave to find work. In the book John Steinbeck states, "And now they were weary and frightened because they had gone against a system they did not understand and it had beaten them. They knew the team and the wagon were worth much more. They knew the buyer man would get much more, but they didn't know how to do it. Merchandizing was a secret to them"(Steinbeck,pg.97).
The Great Depression was the most devastating thing to ever happen to our country economically. Many different problems came together to ultimately cause the devastating depression. These problems were made up of different social attitudes and trends. Plus, political problems with our government also came together to be a major cause of the depression. Economic problems came to trigger the depression too, involving banks and our economy.
The social cost of the actions are extremely high and cause just as many community issues as household familial issues. In Stephen Shepherds “Why Gentrification is Bad” he states that out of fear of being displaced along with the poor don’t contribute to community and that if they were too contribute to the community and the displacement of the poor it would cause an even more severe impact to the community. The social cost of gentrification affects everyone and anyone and that in itself is a concern for people living in the community. All of these things contribute to the instability of a community according to Shepherds the more organized a community is the more likely to have methods for the improvement of the community and its residents but if said residents fear they are at risk at being displaced they won’t contribute much to the community therefore “devaluing” them and then continuing this detrimental cycle. Gentrification affects individuals but also affects communities negatively and if people thought
How do you define the harshness of society? Social Justice and Poverty is a hard concept to analyze when one does not have a clear understanding of the social justice structure and why most people living in poverty remain poor. Looking beyond the aspects of what causes everyday circumstances and situations, society must become more well-rounded to people living in poverty are lacking their everyday hierarchical needs. In a world with people who are very rich and people who are very poor, society tends to put their focus on making the rich richer. Poverty has swept over many cities, states and countries with low unemployment rates, child hunger, economic violence, homelessness, and major social class issues.
(Beattie) The Age of Exploration and the obsession it brought drove these countries to risk everything for trade in more than one way, leading to the harm of the people. Despite the long term benefits, the lure of new goods through trade in the Age of Exploration led to the weakening of the nations and markets or had other negative consequences on the daily lives of the
Some of the factors that are found were difficult to find a job, lack of information in the universities about the market of job, inability of older workers to adapt to technology (age) and sex. For example, if a person does not find a job for different factors, they will not provide the basic necessities to their family such as food, health care, and house. As a result, they will not have money and they have the high risk to loose their house and do not have things to live comfortable. Otherwise, unemployment contribute to the poverty of the population of the United States if they do not have entries economic. Third, other thing that contribute the poverty to people is do not have a place to live in the United States.
The first is blame the poor in which the poor is the main reason for poverty or responsible of causing poverty because of lack of jobs, occupation, degree, schooling, and determination to work. The second one is blame society because some people who are unemployed which is a main cause of poverty and furthermore being unemployed is the major cause of poverty. This