Youth Homelessness: A Case of Family Disconnection

(This paper is a literature review on youth homelessness and coursework in a Sociology course that discusses different perspectives on homelessness.) Introduction This research essay will explore the family, its function as the basic social unit, and its role in youth homelessness through the lens of socialization (immediate social environment), family conflict, and social interaction. … Continue reading Youth Homelessness: A Case of Family Disconnection

The Risk Family: A Disturbing Cost of Post-Modernity

(This research essay, focusing on risks, is a partial requirement in a Sociology course: Key Concepts Socio-Analysis.) Introduction Society’s progression processes continue to change along with risks in a gradual to swift manner over time. Discussions and debates about modernity primarily focus on the effects and changes in social structures, mainly the economy, government, and … Continue reading The Risk Family: A Disturbing Cost of Post-Modernity

No Person Is More Or Less Important In The Family

     The question “who are the most important persons in the family?” will unfold diverse perspectives based on person’s life circumstances and lived-experiences: generations, cultural backgrounds, age groups, professions, educational attainment, social status, and most of all family life conditions.        In “John Rosemond: Your Kids Should Not Be The Most Important,” John Rosemond … Continue reading No Person Is More Or Less Important In The Family

The Controversy of Discipline

Photo Source: https://www.kisspng.com/png-corporal-punishment-crime-child-law In the yesteryears, discipline is the rule for every child, a rigid training by parents in order to prepare them in the life journey of their own. Parents’ words were the unwritten, unquestionable and indisputable laws at home. Outspokenly, it is the common belief that that is the family’s customary way of … Continue reading The Controversy of Discipline