· What are the impacts of the issues identified above on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples? Was the impact positive/negative? Justify your answer. The impact is negative because many Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders live in situations of social-economic disadvantage, including homelessness, poverty or unemployment. Such settings are associated with higher levels of poor nutrition, excessive alcohol consumption, smoking and lack of physical activity.
Although depression and suicide can be triggered by sociological factors, psychological factors, and biological factors, environmental factors like air pollution is also a trigger ("Depression Looms over Jakarta 's Youth. ", n.p.). Depression is a mental health condition in which someone feels very sad, hopeless, and unimportant and is often unable to live in a normal lifestyle (“Merriam Webster”, n.p.). According to the World Health Organization, depression is the disease that steals most adult’s productive life "(Treating Depression for Indonesia 's (and the World 's) Victims of War and Disaster | Jakarta Globe. ", n.p.).
Social isolation is not only unhealthy to younger adults, but it also causes older adults to feel socially disconnected and seemingly isolated. Throughout the world many people take on the role of social disconnectedness. Being socially disconnected causes problems mentally which then leads to physical issues. In the short film “The Yellow Wallpaper,” the main character, Jane, was isolated from the public. Her husband, a doctor, shut her into a room by herself to help her “nervousness,” but in
Holden Caulfield has been known to show unstable emotions and actions towards his peers. Holden belongs to a rest home because of his constant irrational behaviour. Holden doesn’t apply himself towards school even with teachers that care about his studies. Holden doesn’t have a good relationship with his family members because he doesn’t communicate well. A final example that proves that Holden should be in a rest home is that he doesn’t have a healthy relationship with his peers.
Montag has realized the fact he does not love his wife anymore. He was able to wake up when he met Clarrise, a seventeen year old lady that is a neighbor of his. Clarrise was not like everyone else in their society. She was not allowing society to control what she says or does. Clarrise thought for herself and that worried many people.
Precious shows pain existing for a large portion of the population that don’t have the recourses to civilly argue their case. It Shows the difficulty up warding mobility is and how unsuccessful the government agencies are in fixing the situation. It also, shows how much people with power overlook people without power, and how wrong they are in some of their assumptions. This leads to serious intersections: to necessary blame; to feelings
I think from a sociology perspective, one of the biggest contributors of the mentally ill homeless population is the deinstitutionalization that has occurred from the government's failure to provide adequate housing and social services. The mentally ill that have been discharged back into the community are usually unable to receive mental health services, because of the decrease in mental health facilities and a lack of federal funds. The homeless that have a mental health disorder, often
These families are also more likely to be exposed to illnesses, job loss, eviction, criminal victimization and family death. Children living in constant poverty also show the worst cognitive development, compared to children from higher socio-economic backgrounds ("Hunger and poverty", 2017). Moreover, children who grow up in poverty suffer more persistent, frequent and severe health problems than children who grow under better financial circumstances. Many infants who were born in families originally suffering from poverty have a low birth weight, which is related to many preventable physical and mental disabilities. They also have a have higher possibility of dying before their first birthday.
However, about 70 per cent of those diagnosed receive no treatment nor seek the appropriate medical help for their mental health problems and illnesses (Thornicroft, 2008; Schomerus & Angermeyer, 2008). Evidence has demonstrated that the most compelling reasons for this are: lack of knowledge about mental disorders and illnesses; ignorance about available access to assessment and treatment; stigma and prejudice against those suffering from mental disorder or illness; and, anticipated discrimination against people diagnosed with mental disorder or illness (Thornicroft, 2008). Among these, stigma and discrimination have been recognised as the major deterrents or barriers to help-seeking and social inclusion for people with mental health disorders (Semrau, Evans-Lacko, Ashenafi & Thornicroft,
Sharlene (1995 ) states that there are many causes that lead to divorce. The first cause is lack of commitment. Commitment in a marriage provides safety and security so when a marriage is deprived that, couples can hardly express their feelings and thoughts openly which in the long run leads to a bad marriage. The second cause is the inability to solve disagreements and conflicts. This is mostly due to lack of good communication skills in a marriage.