Poverty crime and breakdown of communities

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Breakdown of the family structure is responsible for the 90% of the breakdown of communities. Problems within the family institution become magnified image called society and from the status of a community you can tell the social structures of the families. Problems in the society are many.

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Poverty and Social ExclusionBy (NAME)CourseProfessorUniversityDateIt has been suggested that Poverty is a more appropriate term than Social Exclusion: Critically discuss drawing on relevant theories, Ideas and debates.Poverty, by definition is the state of having insufficient money, any means of support or personal material belonging (dictionary.reference.com). Social exclusion, on the other hand, is a multi-dimensional, and hence complex, process involving the lack of or denial of rights (PSE), resources, services and goods, and the lack of ability to participate in the normal activities and relationships available to majority of the people in the society. This trend occurs in every field including economic, cultural, social, or political arenas. Social inclusion affects life quality and the cohesion and equity of people in the society. Poverty and social exclusion have been defined using different words that mean the same. In other instances, social inclusion has been used to define poverty. However, in the real sense, there is a difference between the two terms. According to the United Nations, poverty is social discrimination and social exclusion. Exclusion in this context is used to mean that poor people can hardly contribute to decision-making in the civil, cultural and social life (PSE, Deprivation and poverty ). In a certain perspective, social exclusion directly means that poop people cannot afford luxuries of life such as celebrations during sp

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