One can observe many fictional social constructs that have conquered our society. Indeed, societies have socialized us to believe made up narratives such as gender roles, marriage, and religion, effecting billions of people’s choice of life. In fact, these social constructs have caused division, misinformation, and suffering to the human race. Social constructs reduce free expression in societies, which provokes tyranny. Another key consequence of these social constructs is that they are a source of psychological pain for the deviants in that society.
Kids and adults are often left alone or kicked out of there homes. I want to help the children, adults, and any other person that is homeless, that is the biggest accomplishment that I want. The children who have no family are mostly the ones that are homeless. There are many reasons to why a kid could have no home. Many kids in other counties are left alone or with relatives, but maybe they have to be left because their parents had to go find a better job or because they needed to find better living
Although it’s the 21st century, this issue is still present in everyday life. Wealth, race, gender, and mental illness has torn society apart and lead to inequality. These major reasons for inequality has affected everyone in its path leading to major consequences as well as issues and problems. In China, a new found wealth has left the social classes more divided and issues are beginning to rise. Meanwhile in the U.S., wealth is destroying students and unequal views toward specific types of people are weakening the patriotic bond.
Strain theory Strain theory is the state of a variety in certain strains and stressors in a person’s life that increases the likelihood of crime. A majority of life circumstances can lead individuals to create a crime from their negative emotions, such as frustration and anger. Crime may be used escape from strain, seeking revenge against the person or source of strain or any related targets. They come from social factors, such as lack of income or the level of quality in education the person has received. There are many ideas underlying strain theory such as classical strain theories focused specifically on some disadvantages from different groups in society.
Especially when the person 's life is at risk because the fear is so bad. A few thing that the person would do is cause corruption in the ones around them, betray the over all power, and try to seize power from the overall power in order to eliminate the fear that has caused so much pain. The one problem is when there is to much power in one person the community or civilization will crumble and be no more. Since the ruler has so much power others will start to live in fear and eventually the civilization will fall and
Introduction Structural violence is the end result of socioeconomic disparity. It is putting individuals at risk because of economic, cultural and gender classification. Structural violence is dangerous and is overlooked by millions of people. This crisis needs to be disclosed to the public. Often times structural violence is invisible to the average individual.
Doubtless this has a lot to do with the criminal image that migrants have, the fact that they are essentially forced to resort to ‘criminal’ actions in order to escape from war, persecution and poverty. It is government’s immigration policies which are stopping these people entering their countries based on cultural assumptions that these people may not assimilate into their cultures and societies and that will increase the unemployment rate and consequently rely on social benefits provided by the government. France has been one of the countries with the most severe immigration policies as cultural racism is clearly prominent throughout the political and public spheres e.g. ban on Islamic head coverings. France has millions of immigrants and on a regular basis they are faced with random ID checks regulated by the police and sometimes riot police.
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
With changes comes industries pushing local out of their homes, then a decrease in opportunities to works and this eventually leads to people competing with each other. Crime has a significant impact that leaves a negative reputation for all who live in that particular neighborhood. When using the social disorganization theory as a base, it is seen through rapid change, competition, and social structure, that poor neighborhoods tend to have a higher level
Illiteracy also is one of the impression s that termination from the small fry Labor and has a negative encroachment on the social club and the children themselves. It result on the state’s economic system and the society because when the illiteracy step-up because of not letting the children go to school and learn, it will effect on the society and the economic system negatively and destroy them too, it will also help in increasing the percentage of the impoverishment and if that happen, it will destroy the land and kill people. Illiteracy also Edward Thatch the children a very badness behaviours, bad run-in and bad thoughts that turn them a bad people while they should be a goodness children going to school to learn so they can one day build their country’s future, develop their society and increase their economy and make it
One can assume that when a child is raised in poverty they often do not have access to food and proper clothing these items can make it hard for children to focus in school. Lack of focus in school will lead to a lack of success, which contributes to the lack of poverty, and it becomes an ongoing cycle. In a research done by John Hopkins it was concluded that “They found that a child 's fate is in many ways fixed at birth — determined by family strength and the parents ' financial status.The kids who got a better start — because their parents were married and working — ended up better off. Most of the poor kids from single-parent families stayed poor.”
Meanwhile, the real issues go unaddressed. Poverty and underemployment are real factors destroying the communities. The family structures are breaking down. Young people are committing genocide in their own communities with the rampant gang violence in our cities and we are not addressing it because we are focused on how bad the other side is for America. What is bad for America is that this growing detrition or our inability to work side by side and solve the issues that are ripping our country apart.
By not providing loans to certain areas those areas continued to be impoverished. Without loans people were stuck in low income areas and could never claim a better stake in the American society. Escensilaly “redlining” kept people from obtaining the American dream that non-minority groups had the opportunity and means to obtain. The poverty of the area is not only is seen in the state of the housing, but also in the public facilities provided. In an article, in the Atlanta Backstar, Taylor Gordon states that “The lack of access to quality education in black neighborhoods is apart of a vicious cycle that leaves many people in the Black community struggling to fight off poverty”(Gordon, 1).