Children in these homes grow up to be accustomed to domestic violence, child abuse, neglect, and out-of-wedlock births. These families are also at an economic disadvantage since they often cannot acquire higher paying jobs, either due to underprivileged public education, or because they must support their family around the house. This creates a cycle of poverty that is often too hard to overcome, so some people result to gangs and crime, in hopes of supporting themselves and their families. Once a person has chosen a life of gangs and crime, they may have to sustain a tough appearance to other gangs and criminals that live within their communities. Since the communities are subjugated by blacks or other people of color, the results are the large percentage of black-on-black crimes.
Homelessness is something that affects people of all ages, races, backgrounds and religions. The problem of homelessness is not something that only happens in the large cities, it happens everywhere. There are people with many different problems that force them to become homeless. Many homeless people never got an education because of today’s society. If you no do not live in a home you are not qualified to go to a good school.
She said that the causes of intolerance, disappointment and involvement of youth in crimes were unemployment and lack of financial resources.” (Dawn News)This proves that lack of education can cause crimes which will affect the community in a negative way. There will also be a less population in the community because people will want to leave at the corruption of the area. If there will be no educated rulers, there will never be a tolerant society. People will move out of the community but they will face more hardship, as they will not have a place to stay because they had to leave their only homes. It will result in all those people to be homeless and then they will also be victims of poverty.
Examples of this can be seen with children of divorce, or children facing deaths in the family. Both divorce and death are more common amongst those in poverty, chiefly due to a combination of financial issues and lack food and medical access, and both cause psychologically damaging effects to the children. When a child is focused on the wellbeing of their family, they are less likely to be focused on their studies. This causes them to get behind or even be retained a grade in school, further alienating them from their peers causing even more
Street children is a major problem in many countries. It is defined by the United Nations that it’s any boy or girl that’s the street has become his or her home and no one protect, supervise, direct them to do the right things. As for the causes, some children have lost their family so they have no place to go other than the street. Many street children don’t have any identity and they are uneducated, therefore they have no future. So, they affect the society and also affect themselves by being criminals and most of them turn to be substance abusers.
The main argument is that the category ‘homelessness’ obscures the most important problem which is endemic poverty. This article took a different approach than the previous. The author refers to street children as ‘homelessness’, which could be argued as many street children consider living on the streets as their ‘home’. Ennew (1994) defines street children as ‘those for whom the street more than their family has become their real home’. There is a continuous blanket of generalization and categorical thinking about these street children which reflect them as being ‘in need’ and ‘at risk’.
From what they see, the house is falling apart and is very dark inside all the time. Another one of their neighbors is Mrs. Dubose. They think of her as really disrespectful which causes no one to like her as a person. Half way through the trial, the kids go outside and meet Dolphus Raymond, who pretends to act a certain way to not get in trouble when he is being himself. These are the three main characters in the book that had their appearances misunderstood.
Minors who have gone through this system come through multiple times due to the fact that they do not learn their lesson or receive the help they need. We must repeal the juvenile system due to its copious faults. This system does not work which is why juveniles need to shape up. Juveniles should face trial as adults when they commit serious crimes because age does not justify crime and victims often suffer from these crimes forever. Whenever people say that juveniles should be subject to lesser sentences seeing as they are children, it makes no sense.
It is either for the good or bad of the whole population. The reason why many young people get involved in petty crime is because of lack of education due to the inability of parents or guardians to pay school fees or cloth them adequately (PNG: making their own rules, 2005). Many young people are drop-outs and they have no other means of sustaining their livelihood in towns or cities. In addition to this, most of these young people
Most of them are either abandoned or neglected, and some had deceased parents. Unfortunately, the population of the orphaned children among Filipinos is rapidly increasing. Thousands of impoverished urban orphaned children are greatly taking up; they have been deprived by many privileges and rights like education and healthcare. Worst scenario, some are even exposed to violence, harsh labor conditions, high risk of exploiting to gangs and other violent groups, and child trafficking. With the aforementioned, the children’s psychological well-being are greatly affected may it be physically, mentally, socially, emotionally, and spiritually (Orphans in the Philippines, 2016).