Poverty crime and breakdown of communities

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Breakdown of the family structure is responsible for the 90 % decline of communities. Problems within the family institution become a magnified image called society and from the status of a community you can tell the social structures of the families. There no single causes that can be pointed out to be the sources of problems, and are not related. Some people in the society suffer from discrimination and end up in "vicious cycles of poverty" as many researchers have put it. Crime is spread, and study shows that crime activity varies among different places with poverty stricken areas being the highest hit.

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Poverty crime and breakdown of communities (Author's Name)(University)(Date)IntroductionBreakdown of the family structure is responsible for the 90 % decline of communities. Problems within the family institution become a magnified image called society and from the status of a community you can tell the social structures of the families.There no single causes that can be pointed out to be the sources of problems, and are not related. Some people in the society suffer from discrimination and end up in "vicious cycles of poverty" as many researchers have put it. Crime is spread, and study shows that crime activity varies among different places with poverty stricken areas being the highest hit. While we cannot point the finger at crime and poverty to be the primary cause of problems in the society, we cannot as well cast a blind eye to the fact that poverty and crime will result in many problems within a social setup. The two are intimately related. In another more liberal view, "the problems of the society are caused by many other isolated problems."The fundamental component that makes up the society is the family. Problems within a community are a magnification of all the problems that exists within families. Breakdown of families results in the disintegration of the communities.Societies where people live in a civilized manner and uphold morality and act according to a set of agreed upon rules. No society can withstand a collapse in the fundamental in

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