Do poverty violence happen as a result of bad parenting? Is poverty pushing peop

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  1. websclubs profile image54
    websclubsposted 7 years ago

    Do poverty violence happen as a result of bad parenting? Is poverty pushing people to violence

    globally? How women and children survive violence and poverty?
    "poverty and violence" what economic challenges?
    (women and children Human Rights Crisis)
    Women and Children poverty and violence: How the poor are treated? Welfare of women and Children
    poverty and violence - Human Rights Crisis

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  2. Shahid Bukhari profile image61
    Shahid Bukhariposted 7 years ago

    Of all the Evils ... Poverty, is the worst evil ...

    And its a shame ... when the Epitome of Creation: Human, is consciously, deliberately subjected, by fellow humans ... to suffer the Indignities of Poverty ... it makes animal ... of Humans.

    And Women, being the physically weaker gender, together with innocent children ... are the first victims ... of these cowardly perpetrators of Poverty ... the animal like humans.

    Violence, is just one of these indignities ... There are many, you don't get to hear, or see ... the humans in position of Power ... perpetrating against the noble fellow Humans.

  3. DonDWest profile image60
    DonDWestposted 7 years ago

    The fact of the matter is if the poor resorted to violence and less acceptance, we wouldn't have any poverty. Seriously, ditch your protestant Bible.

  4. Lisa HW profile image66
    Lisa HWposted 7 years ago

    Poverty is not the result of bad parenting.  Violence can be.

    Poverty doesn't necessarily push people into violence, because people with a solid, moral, core (and I don't mean "religious morals" - just  morality) will not be pushed into violence no matter how much they are suffering in poverty.

  5. Wayne Brown profile image83
    Wayne Brownposted 7 years ago

    Poverty becomes a nurturer of ignorance.  Ignorance is very difficult to breed out of our society...it requires generations upon generations of constant progress to overcome. Unfortunately, in too many cases, ignorance perpetuates ignorance and too much of a given generation never grows either intelligently or economically.  Expectations and dreams die because people cannot break out of the rut.  Some become angry and they grow to believe that they are in the rut because someone else put them there.  That anger is taken out on their fellow man and on other parts of society until they are either caught and prosecuted as criminals or they have some experience that shows them that a different way exists.  Gos gives us all a life.  He gives all of us challenges. Those challenges manifest themselves in different ways for each human being.  Just because someone is born rich does not mean they are born into happiness or that life wll not have problems. Each life comes with a set of problems or challenges.  It is truly up to us to either work in a fashion to overcome those problems or be consumed by them...our choice. When we do fight back and break out of the rut, we have to continue to work hard to stay out of it until we can attain some level that puts us on a plane to face new challenges. Life is about challenges...if you turn away from them, you automatically become a loser. WB

  6. mingsjourney profile image50
    mingsjourneyposted 7 years ago

    If you grow up in a poor neighborhood, where you barely have enough food to eat, you are always half starved, you wear the same clothes everyday, and your neighbors are in gangs

    - Your violent attitude will most likely be a response to your environment, and have little to do with bad parenting.

 
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