Essay about How Overpopulation Causes Social Problems.
3010 WordsOct 17th, 199913 Pages
How Overpopulation Causes Social Problems
The purpose of this paper is to demonstrate how overpopulation causes social problems. To do so you must take many things into consideration, such as different views of racial problems and conflicting definitions of a social problem. Social problems can be defined in many different ways. They effect everyone and some of us encounter problems everyday as a result of our race, religion, gender, or low income. Others experience problems from technological change or declining neighborhoods, others are affected directly by crime and violence in their own neighborhood, and sometimes definitions of social problems are changed by society because of changes around you. Finally in…show more content…
This disease has made people outcasts in our society because they have this disease that can kill or make someone ill for a long period of time which will adventually lead to death. Widdison and Delaney (1996) write, "It is convenient to characterize a social problem as a conflict of values and duties, a conflict of rights or social condition that leads to or is thought to lead to harmful consequences". (Page 10) Staying with the topic that over population and poverty combined causes social problems such as scarce jobs and resources for people but only that overpopulation is responsible for the conditions, which contribute to the overall lowering of the quality of life of human beings in society. Another problem is AIDS, which is both a population and social problem. People are sometimes not accepted because they have the AIDS virus. This also affects the poor people more than the wealthy because AIDS is more common among poor neighborhoods because they have less money to buy things such as condoms to prevent the spread of AIDS and other diseases. According to the Global AIDS Policy Commission "about 95 percent were spent in industrialized countries that have less than 25 percent of the world's population", 18 percent of the people with AIDS and 15 percent of HIV infections worldwide." (Tarantola and Mann, 1995 pages 123-124) According these numbers, a very large
<p style="text-align: justify;">Over population and poverty<br /> Over the century people overcome many obstacles and still, people all over the world facing the same issues that threatened our beloved mother of earth such as overpopulation and poverty. The world’s population is rapidly increasing year after year the population multiplies faster and faster. “Currently the world population is growing by 80 million people a year”. Overpopulation it’s a nationwide problem, Both developed and developing countries are at risk of the dangerous problems that it can and will create, also can lead to overcrowding and poor quality in housing, goods and it may also cause a lack in countries resources.</p> <p style="text-align: justify;">Poverty was and still one of the major problem in the world. It means not having enough food, a shelter, access to clean water and also medicines when you’re sick. Rising crime rate is one of the consequences of the overpopulation and poverty; it may lead poor people in the overcrowding country young people in particular to take and turn to crime or drugs. There are many solutions for overcoming the overpopulation and the poverty, but I believe that the most affective is individual act, people should have more pride in their own community and improve the situation rather than waiting for the government to provide them with an instruction on how to solve it. And participation and awareness campaign can make a difference. Poverty and overpopulation is not from one or two years, it is has gone on from long time ago and now we need to do everything possible to stop it.</p>