Minority Single Parent Families And Poverty Analysis

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Video 1 Minority Single Parent Families and Poverty. Poverty is constantly increasing because it takes two people’s income to pay the bills in today society. Thirty to forty years ago our society was able to survive on one person 's income so the mother could stay home with her children or could be single mother and able to pay her bills. Women normally end up in poverty and take the children with them, whereas men normally end up becoming more successful in having more things without children and a wife. More and more women in today society are deciding not to become married which is leaving them with one income, then they choose to have a child so that child starts out in poverty. Also divorce causes poverty, but the same affects are not …show more content…
She said, she had attended a private Christian school for one year and preferred being homeschooled over that. She likes the more one-on-one and that she is able to sleep in late. She is able to choose the curriculum that works for her, whereas is in her private school she had to use the curriculum that was set for everyone. Most people’s fear with homeschooling is the lack of interaction with other students. Julianna does take classes at the homeschool building, she volunteers working with preschoolers, and helps out at a horse ranch. She does not lack of a social life and she feels that she can completely concentrate on her schoolwork without all the distractions of the students around her. Little is known of the future consequences of homeschooling, she will be one that when she 's finished with her college degree if homeschooling was successful or a failure. Julianna does not believe that homeschooling is for everyone you find what works for you, but it does cut out the trying to impress your peers and you can be …show more content…
Julianna believes it is true that we have new technology that allows us to get a hold of different things and to do different things. She believes that the most issues were always there such as a teen lying or gossiping. Now though with Facebook it can be all over, so everyone can see that that teen is gossiping or lying. She believes that the parents still love their children the same and teens still have issues, but they are faced with more complex issues and are a little different. Something can seem awful to you which seems horrible to someone else so it might have just as bad back then to that teen. Nowadays everything is accessible your life, your privacy, everything you say and do can be all over the internet back in the old days you had to write it on paper, but it still could be passed around the class and if you said something stupid it could still be just as humiliating. She said that she doesn 't believe that she lives in a fantasy world that it 's any different than what it was 100 years ago, but at times it does seem like life would 've been simpler back

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