Samples "Social Problems"

Social Problems

Global Economic Sustainability: A Localized Approach

Global economic inequality exists, and remedies are complex, even overwhelming. There is no doubt that all countries were not dealt an equal hand for economic success. Some struggle due to external factors such as unfortunate geography, misfortunes of climate, lack of resources, and many countries lack infrastructure to support means...

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640 words | 3 page(s)
Environmental Law And Social Justice

Environmental protection has become a critical subject in all world societies as the effort is made to curb the undesirable effects of climate change and make the universe habitable for the current and future generations. Different countries have initiated legislation to control how human beings relate with the environment with...

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810 words | 4 page(s)
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Application of Change Theory for Social Change

The societal issue that I chose is abused children. According to the CDC (2014), approximately 700,000 children per year are victims of maltreatment in the United States, which includes neglect, physical abuse, sexual abuse, and emotional abuse. About one in four children in the U.S. experience some form of maltreatment...

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754 words | 3 page(s)
Sexting and its Effects on Youth

Sexting is a relatively new and complex social phenomenon that has come with the rise of technology. It involves the complex and still maturing brains of preteens and adolescents, as well as the brains of those who create the typically rigid laws of the criminal justice system. This mix can...

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1264 words | 5 page(s)
UC Davis Occupy Wall Street

Humans have over the years been embattled in the quest for liberty. In the U.S. the Liberty Tree was a popular elm tree that stood in Boston near Boston Common in the times prior the American Revolution. This was a symbol of the fight for liberty from the British colonies....

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556 words | 3 page(s)