Because they were forced to work and always punished badly for the slightest mistake, they were extremely unhappy and most hated they’re owners. This of course led to revolts and rebellions, which in turn, made it harder for the plantation owners and slave drivers to make a profit. They spent more of their time trying to find slaves, or buying new ones to replace the ones that they hadn’t found then they did back on the
These Sociologists saw the discontent from these people and the despair on their faces. They couldn’t afford anything and even had to have their children work. Their children would be forced to work machines and would be chained to them to prevent escape. This would obviously be a sociological problem that would need fixing. This once again caused people to look at their lives and try to discover answers.
After reading the whole script it seems that Rickey wants to do things his way for selfish reasons, to get fame and money while Robeson wants to do it for altruistic ones. This paper discusses about Rickey’s intention, why he chooses Jackie as his prey to gain fame and money. Paul trying to explain his point to Rickey on the fact that there are other brilliant players in the team but why Rickey only wants Jackie. Rickey needs their support because he thinks that their opinions are influential in the Negro community. Paul Robeson is right because he wants to bring up not just an athlete but an entire black team together with the black ownership.
It was believed that poverty was the individuals own fault, due to their own personal defects and moral failures. The poor were treated like inferior criminals. There crime being poverty. Norman Pearson who was voice on the topic at this time believed poor people living in poverty were “seldom capable of reform”, they tended to be “made of inferior materials… and cannot be improved” and the poor should be prevented from breading as the poor were poor “in their blood and their bones”. People became concerned about the percentage of the poor living in poverty and the extent of poverty in which they were living.
The speech helps create an army for Bane, people that fallow under him that want “true justice”, the poor and prisoners are an example. The way Bane expresses words or important information throughout his speeches is very important because he highlights what is wrong in the city by the tone in his voice, the flow of his words, and even his choice of words. By Bane doing this he is making his plan sound better than what it actually is, for example the poor and prisoners don’t look at the negatives in
He lived in a period when the Austro-Hungarian empire was about to collapse, so he experienced various of social contradictions, especially when he worked at a insurance company and got the opportunity to know some disabled and poor workers .He realized that the improvised people had to pay price to the rich; therefore, the lower-class cannot control their own density by themselves. Kafka created The Metamorphosis which reflected and denied the whole society from his personal and humanistic perspective. This impossible transformation only happens in the literatures, but this was what Kafka tried to tell the readers - people at that time were tend to be a sort of "inhuman" which obviously is an abstract concept. Being in a society like that, people became numb and mechanized. In such a historical background, the societal atmosphere was so powerful that citizens cannot fight against it.
The undeserving are people who don’t want to work and often it is assumed that all able-bodied unemployed people fit into that category. The undeserving such as vagrants and unmarried mothers were treated harshly. The underserving poor were those who were poor because of laziness or personal problem like drunkenness. . But the undeserving poor had earned their poverty not only by refusing to work, or to work hard enough, but also by rejecting the middle-class model.
In this time period, the lower, or working, class was little more than dirt on the ground. They were literally ignored and despised by the higher classes, and were seen as a burden to society. In the opinion of everyone else, they were getting what they deserved for the poor choices they made. They worked jobs that required intense physical labor, and were often paid in wages. The middle class was made up of servants and those who worked mental jobs, such as accounting.
Money also plays an obvious key factor that determines your spatial quality. EFFECTS ON THE PEOPLE: Spatial inequality impacts and affects people in many different ways. Determining on what spectrum you are in, it can be a completely opposing lifestyle from one another. People living in the poor side of the spectrum would find everything a struggle. Their lives would mainly consist of making very little money to support themselves and or families, paying bills and buying necessities for life.
Society in the Industrial Revolution - Child Labour Orphan children were most vulnerable to exploitation, as they couldn't fend for themselves. Due to their helplessness, they were forced to work in factories. Families sent their children to work in factories due to being trapped by poverty. The children were sent to the factories which put them under poor conditions and they received little pay to support their working families. Factories were very poor health and safety wise, therefore the child 'slaves' didn't have suitable working conditions, severely affecting their health in short term and long term.