The theme of this paper should be focused from a diversity and ethics standpoint on how child poverty impacts crime rates in teens and young adults. Previous material explored how recent issues like the financial crisis has impacted unemployment and the mortgage crisis that has lead to in increase in child poverty and homelessness.
The issues act as catalysts that impact children?s? ability to grow and develop in the educational system and how the hardships of child poverty end up leading to high drop out rates, teen/premarital pregnancy and unemployment. Without choice, crime sometimes becomes the only answer.
When it does, what does it lead to and how impactful is the path from poverty to crime in the process?
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