Breadwinners are lost, families destroyed, more kids grow up without fathers or mothers, welfare costs increase, the entire sex ratio is thrown out of balance and prisoners face grim prospects when released. The hyper-incarceration statistics for African-American males are much worse. We incarcerate one in nine African-Americans between the ages of 20 and 34. In 2003, it was calculated that "At current levels of incarceration newborn black males in this country have a greater than a 1 in 4 chance of going to prison during their lifetimes, while Hispanic males have a 1 in 6 chance, and white males have a 1 in 23 chance of serving time." By 2007, just four years later, the U.S. Department of Justice
The collapse of the housing market and unemployment caused the most damage. Between 1991 to 1992 unemployment had gone back up to 2.6 million. Negative equity meant home owner were paying mortgages far higher than their homes were worth. Many people could simply not keep up with the increased prices and resulted in them losing their homes due to the bank repossessing them. The recession hit close to home for the Tories, effecting the middle class not just the working class of the industrial north.
Remarriages are 50% more likely to divorce in the first five years compared to first marriages. There are a numbers of factors that contribute to this trend and cause the home to be unstable. The children feel at fault for their parents break-up, the stepchildren are constantly trying to figure out their position in the family structure, some children show hostility towards the stepparent and both stepparents tend to show favoritism towards their own children. Unfortunately, the women and children are the ones that suffer the most economically and academically because according to the AACC, Only Mise 3 half of the divorced men in America pay their full child support responsibility, one- quarter make partial inconsistent payment, and one-quarter pays nothing at all. Also, children of divorced parents drop out of school at twice the rate of children from
However, it was not long before the National Guard defeated the strikers. Labors of railroads were forced to accepted pay cuts, and strike leaders were arrested (Schultz, 2012). More than a hundred 100 people perished is the strike, and serious damage occurred in cities where riots took place. These actions had a negative affects in the public view of the labor workers. The destruction caused by protesting labor workers gave the industry a bad name in society.
After this problem had occurred, Rodney became the main focus for how bad race issues were. This caused the public to get angry about police brutality and racism, people went around starting fires, damaging and breaking into businesses, and of course stealing products. Not only did it start other smaller riots across the United States but it also started a minor riot in Toronto, Ontario. Eventually the government started to notice all the problems and begin to solve them. 2.Give three of Foster's examples.
The immediate impacts were, devastation, and lose of families, religious effects, and social change. It was the most feared diseases of that time. Much like the Aids epidemic of our time. The plaque spread from Asia to the Middle East and most parts of Europe in the mid-fourteenth century. (Sanders, Morillo,
In 1990, when the divorce rate was 4.7, there were 1,182,000 divorces in the United States (Births, Deaths, Marriages, & Divorces, 2006). This is not only affecting the people involved in the marriage, but it affects their families, children, and friends. Even though during my lifetime the divorce rates have been leveling off it is still a big part of our society. There are multiple social factors that led to the rising rates of divorce during the 1960s and 1970s and there are also ways that we can help lower the divorce rate even more by simply educating the teenage generation. In many divorce cases children are involved.
Trevor Mr. H HIS 155 10 October 2014 Effects of The Black Death-Analysis Paper The Black Death was a pandemic disaster that affected all aspects of life in the Middle Ages of Europe. Depopulation and shortage of labor hastened changes already inherent in the rural economy; the substitution of wages for labor services was accelerated, and social stratification became less rigid. Psychological morbidity affected the arts; in religion, the lack of educated personnel among the clergy gravely reduced the intellectual vigor of the church. After a brief respite, the plague resumed and touched almost the entire known world. The plague caused significant changes in the civilization of Europe and other surrounding communities.
The divorce rate has climbed to a point where almost half of all marriages end in divorce. Unfortunately, when parents are in conflict, children are often caught in the middle. For some of these children, the repercussions are disturbing and long-term, leading to lower educational attainment and occupational success, poorer social integration, increased behavioral difficulties and psychological distress, and more problematic marriages after reaching adulthood. Different views have influenced remarkable transformations to occur, altering the landscape of the family unit, including changes in economic well-being, family relationships and structure, and gender roles. For instance, the Marxist view of the family was developed from a class analysis of society.
EGYPT’S ROLE IN THE ARAB SPRING The world has been watching a very important political event called the “Arab Spring” since 18th of December, 2010. The “Arab Spring” stands for the revolutionary changes that happened in the Arab Nations, which caused the fall of many governments including Tunisia, Egypt, Yemen, Libya; and protests in countries such as Algeria, Jordan, Oman, Iraq and Bahrain. It can be said that those revolts have a similar reason of occurance: those countries all lack democracy. Between all of those countries that have political problems; such as the governments being overthrown, large protests with a high death rate and civil wars; Egypt is different in one way. Egypt is a Muslim/Christian country that is situated in North-East Africa and has the population of 76 million people.