Social stratification: Current housing issues
By: Christyl Rivers
There's never been a better time to buy a home in America. However, since the economy is tanked, there is rampant unemployment, lenders (now bailed out with your tax dollars) are not likely to take a risk on you, the consumer. Think about it, would...
By: Zacharie King
Social capital refers to the relationship between people or a group that produces mutually beneficial results. People form relationships in any group or society. These relationships create a benefit to all the parties in the group creating social capital. It’s not the relationships themselves...
How religion affects social values
By: Christyl Rivers
Religion affects social values because human beings are social creatures, and religion is one area in which people can find community, shared values, hoped for connections, a sense of purpose, and most of all, a sense of belonging. The world is changing, however, and religion...
Ways to improve inner city slum areas
By: Christyl Rivers
Some one billion people in the world live in slums. Access to clean water, electricity, safe housing and fuels is challenging, if not impossible for many slum dwellers. Slums have no doubt been around for as long as people congested into large urban areas. Especially...
Should minor instances of criminality when young disadvantage a person much later in life?
By: Das Govind
A person should not be disadvantaged due to him/her partaking in minor acts of criminality when young. Some people like to live on the edge when young and take part in all types of risky activities. It is common knowledge that a person who has...
By: Virginia Gaces
Kids usually get into a mischief or two during childhood, and making this their label for life is unfair. That is why the law, in general, treats minor offenders lightly because it believes that there are still lots of chances for the minor to change...
Should minor instances of criminality when young disadvantage a person much later in life?
By: Francis Harris
Youth crime, or juvenile delinquency, is illegal behaviour committed by a juvenile (generally from age 10 to 17 years) that would be recognized as a crime in adult justice system. It also includes status offences (like underage drinking or smoking) considered an offence because of...
By: Shaheen Daad
A very old adage says that you only learn by your mistakes. And youth is all about making mistakes. It is the natural learning process – the University of Hard Knocks. The best thing would be to overlook all their mistakes. Let them start adult...
Should minor instances of criminality when young disadvantage a person much later in life?
By: Donna Hicks
When an individual commits minor offenses when young, those minor offenses should in no way disadvantage that person later in life. This is considering minor offenses only, not felony offenses during the commission of which one or more persons are seriously injured or killed. Super...
Should minor instances of criminality during youth disadvantage a person much later in life?
By: Wayne Leon Learmond
They say the past can come back to haunt us. However, when it comes to minor crimes committed as children, this should not be the case. No one should be punished as adults, for having committed minor crimes as children. For employment opportunities to be...

 

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