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A Feminist Theory of Delinquency

The situation of Donna Hylton is as rare as it is tragic. To hear her voice on the podcast Decarcerated, one knows that she refuses the status of the victim role. At the same time, she was a victim in so many ways. On a sociological level, one can only see the star student reduced […]

Multicultural Feminist Theory

The feminist theory is not just all about women, but it’s about the quality of life for people and races. The feminist theory also helps men and women understand the roles that they have been given by their social identities and experiences. The four practitioners that have the greatest impact on the feminist theory, all […]

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The Worst Economic Crisis Since the Great Depression

The global financial crisis of 2007-2008 is considered the worst economic crisis since the Great Depression. It is critical to study the factors that brought the global economy to its knees and from which we are still feeling the effects today. In order that the past will not be repeated, we must study the political […]

Culture during the Great Depression

T.S. Eliot and F. Scott Fitzgerald are two famous writers with exceptional talent, whom both bring something different to the literary world. Eliot was a groundbreaking 20th century poet who found his love for writing by leaving the United States and finding his inspiration in England where he spent the rest of his life. One […]

Era of the Great Depression

During the era of the Great Depression, many people felt loss and hopelessness. Everyone was scared of the future, no one knew what was going to happen or if the economy was going to get back on its feet. Above all, though, minorities suffered the greatest from the Great Depression. African Americans were always the […]

Consequences of the Great Depression

Working on behalf of others is questionable. Some people may think it’s fine while others do not. Some examples are “Migrant Mother” by Dorothea Lange, the documentary “girl rising”, and Jacob Riis the Photographer. Yes it is fair to exploit a few people for many because it will help the few people that need it. […]

President Hoover and the Great Depression

There have been many historic events that have led to how the United States is ran today. Some affecting the county in negative ways, some affecting the country in positive ways. One of the most influential events still spoken about until this day is The Great Depression. Although other countries were involved as well as […]

The Great Depression and World War Two

Throughout United States history we have seen events that have had either positive or negative impacts on our nation. While there are many events that are equally as important, there are three major events that seem to be amongst the most important within the history of the United States. Those three events include the Great […]

Life during the Great Depression

John Steinbeck is one of Americans best selling author. Steinbeck has wrote over 25 books throughout his writing career. Steinbeck traveled around the world to get ideas for his books. He mainly wrote about what it was like to live in the Great Depression and about American life in the 20’s. He wrote about his […]

The Great Depression was a Huge Deal

During the Great Depression was a huge deal. Although crime rates during his time decreased, the types of crimes became more extreme. It expressed itself in stump fishing, theft, and bootlegging. Adults would fish illegally to provide as much food as they could for their children, and children would steal food from their local farmers […]

The Great Depression and Economy in Crisis

The 20th century was one of the darkest times in history so far; many important events happened during the time like wars, flu pandemic, The Great Depression, technology advancements, and so much more. In the 1900s, science and technology have advanced to a new level and many discoveries were made. World War I started around […]

A Portion of the Hardships of the Great Depression

The glass Menageries is a modern play that written by Tennessee Williams .this play is called by another name which is “ Memory play “ because Williams uses a special technique that the play about a character’s memory. Right now ‘Williams gets from the mechanism of film.. Especially from silent film, to present the interrupted […]

The Turmoil of the Great Depression

Escapism is defined as a “diversion of the mind to purely imaginative activity or entertainment as an escape from reality or routine” (Escapism). This coping method is used many times throughout history. One significant moment in history where this technique is prominent is during the 1930s. America was faced with The Great Depression, one of […]

The Great Depression: the Rise of Crimes and Discrimination

“The Great Depression starting in 1929, was a horrific event of crimes, loss, and total downgrading of the country.” (“Crime 1920-1940”). This period named The Great Depression was a blend of the Stock Market crash, a storm called the Dust Bowl, and the crime/discrimination that followed. Once the Dust Bowl hit and the stock market […]

The Great Depression was an Oppressive Era

Poverty, hopelessness, unhappiness, misserey, these were just some of the terrible characteristics of The Great Depression. The 1930s entertainment played a huge role in helping Americans make it through The Great Depression. It changed the lives of Americans for the better and gave them some sense of happiness. America faced some of the darkest times […]

The Great Depression and Economic Decline

The United States has faced quite a few depressions every 20 or so years. At the end of the 1920’s the United States had a thriving economy until the Great Depression hit in 1929. The Great Depression was the most severe and longest ever experienced by the industrialized western world. This depression occurred between 1929 […]

Great Depression as Hard Times

For as long as there has been music, it has been, in some way or another, a reflection of life. For some, it helps explore the complex emotions that come with historical events. In other cases, it is a commentary on the current political or social climate. Since creatives are often told, “write what you […]

Unemployment and Homelessness

  Autonomy is to act on your own without being controlled by any other influence. Autonomy is to have self-governance, and to have the liberty for free choice. One could classify it as a synonym for freedom. I have heard people use autonomy as an argument for why sex work shouldn’t be legal, because they […]

A Homeless Population

Ironweed, a plant that holds its own, is used as a metaphor for the protagonist Francis Phelan who persists while others perish in the movie “Ironweed” that was based on the novel Ironweed by William Kennedy. The name of the plant derives from the thickness of the stem, or Francis’ resilience, in this case. Unfortunately, […]

Help the Homeless!

Growing up as a small child I always heard my teacher emphasize on the saying ‘East-west home is the best.’ However, this idiom meant little to me since I was born and bred in a family that embraced homeliness. Everyone was at home and helped make our home a memorable place day by day. This […]

Homeless People

Because of growing up in a small town in the Midwest, I didn’t have a lot of experience with the concept of poverty in my childhood years. I always knew my close-knit community of 400 people to be privileged because of the fact that every adult in town was financially stable, every person owned a […]

The Specific Needs of Homeless People

For the majority of my service work, I did work for the Manna House. The Manna House is located in Florence, South Carolina, where I was born, raised and lived until I started attending the Citadel. It is located in a rather poor part of Florence. The Manna House is a place where the homeless, […]

Homelessness is a Major Issue in the Usa

We all have accidents, get sick, or even accidentally end up pregnant every once and a while. But, the real question is are we able to afford the costs that comes with these things? Providing free healthcare for lower class Americans would help make their lives much easier. Everyone should be entitled to free basic […]

A Group of Homeless Heroin Injectors

Unfortunately, where ever you go and where ever you live, there will always be a group of homeless heroin injectors and crack smokers social networks. In the article Intimate Apartheid, the author talks about ethnic dimensions of habitus among homeless heroin injectors in California and their interpersonal relations between African Americans, whites and Latinos, although […]

Homelessness and Poverty

The main point of the documentary was about how homeless, and poverty has grown in Chicago, and how individuals in this society are forced to live by these deprived conditions. Not many were born fortunate, thus, the circles of poverty keep going. Chicago has a long history of segregation and classism that still decide where […]

Homelessness Without a Choice

Poverty is a problem that can be fixed for some Americans. They work, get paid, and spend their money wisely. Poverty can be viewed as a “choice” for some people based on their situations. But for those stuck in the limbo of poverty without assistance, stuck on the streets, there may be no other option. […]

Unemployment is Homelessness

When we think about the challenges we face in recovery, the most obvious one is probably staying sober and resisting the temptation to use again. There are some additional, unseen challenges that we might not be aware of if we haven’t experienced them firsthand. These difficulties can be so overwhelming and disheartening that they deplete […]

Lgbt Youth Experience Homelessness

LGBT youth who experience homelessness must deal with a wide range of different issues that affects them in many ways. They have to deal with poor mental health, substance abuse, suicide, violence, and sexual risk behaviors because of the fact they’re homelessness ( Keuroghlian & Shtasel, 2014). About 320,000 to 400,000 LGBT youth experience homelessness […]

The Black Community

People are hurting themselves because others have a different point of view on who they are and what they do. America has a lot of social issues, some could even say they are modernized from older times. A lot of people still have that olden days mind set where everyone has to follow the same […]

Black Lives Matter Movement

America today seems like a whole new nation from the time of slavery and Jim Crow Laws. This is a generation of Black liberation and empowerment. It is now considered the social norm to go to an integrated school, the direct result of the victorious decision of Brown v. Board of Education. The Brown v. […]

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