Declining of Communal Living in The Pacific
Every Pacific country has its own ways of traditional living which were being practiced throughout the years. Communal living is one of the traditions that people practiced in the Pacific societies. This way of living is part and parcel of the people. However, this is starting to lose its status and values and is declining slowly. This essay will discuss the causes and reasons for the decline in communal life in the Pacific with respect to Economical, Cultural and Social issues.
Firstly, education and employment can be of economical issues that contributed to the decline of communal life in the Pacific. There is more education provided at a higher rate and level which leads to higher employment and jobs available for the people. Nearly all the people in the pacific today are educated, have accessed to education both in rural and urban areas. As they go higher and deeper in education most of these people had to move to other countries for further studies. In addition, more and more people are joining the work force. Employment and jobs are available in the urban areas and even rural areas. More to this, some of these people even moved to other countries to work. Thus, most people are studying and under employment, resulting in the loss of communal life status.
Furthermore, employment is a contributing factor which includes the development of towns and cities, and the movement of people from rural to urban areas. Recently most countries in the Pacific are undergoing development in their towns and cities. The introduction of technology could be a very good example of this.
Another example could be the way the people in urban areas live, which provides a gap between most people. Additionally, urban drift leaves a gap between the urban and rural communal life. More people are moving from the rural areas to towns and cities, leaving less people in the villages to carry out the community roles. As such, the traditional way of...