Research Paper On Unemployment In The Us

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  • Kuhle Wampe or Who Owns the World by Bertolt Brecht

    This 5 page report discusses the 1932 film Kuhle Wampe oder wem gehört die Welt, “Kuhle Wampe or Who Owns the World.” Kuhle Wampe deals with the rising unemployment in Germany during the 1930s and the fate of a family forced by unemployment and their desperate economic situation to move to the Berlin shantytown “Kuhle Wampe.” Hitler banned the film less than a year after it was released yet it has endured as Bertolt Brecht’s one truly successful foray into movie making. No secondary sources.

  • Overview of Inuit Youth and Problems They Face

    This 9 page paper discusses some of the problems facing Inuit young people today, including ill health and unemployment. It focuses on the most severe of all problems, the 'epidemic' of suicide among young Inuit men. Bibliography lists 6 sources.

  • Literature Review on Stress Agents

    7 pages in length. The writer discusses stress agents as they relate to second- hand smoke adolescent marijuana use; unemployment (women); alcoholism in fathers; and excessive clutter. Bibliography lists 11 sources.

  • Medical Transport and the Impact of Economic Forecasts

    This 5 page paper looks at the economic forecasts for the US for 2010 onwards, including GDP growth, unemployment, inflation and oil prices and uses these forecasts to the impact on the medical transportation industry. The bibliography cites 6 sources.

  • Culture, Demographics and Socioeconomics of the Black American Family

    This is a 6 page paper discussing the demographic, socio-economic and cultural characteristics of African American families. Studies of demographic, socio-economic and cultural characteristics of African American families and communities have shown that overall, African Americans report lower incomes, lower education, higher unemployment and poverty rates, and higher mortality and suicide rates than most White communities in the United States. All of these factors have improved over the last decade and unemployment was reported at an all time low in the last U.S. Census. Despite these adversities however, a large percentage of African American families have succeeded in their educational and professional careers. It is believed that this “resilience” is enhanced by several cultural support characteristics which exist within the African American families and their communities. Most African Americans have reported that their most difficult challenges are based on racism and oppressive factors rather than factors which relate to their family or socio-economic status. Racism, oppression, and segregation are also believed to be some of the primary differences in the mortality and suicide rates in the African American population from the white population. In social science studies and in relation to agencies which wish to establish social support groups to help African American families, all of the cultural, socio-economic, and demographic differences must be taken into account. Bibliography lists 6 sources.

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