sp report on changes

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Helena Tse Social Problems When the interviewee was a teenager, the morals were in the most part, stricter. When she was young, boys and girls would go on group dates and it was considered un-normal and frowned upon when they were intimate. They would never make out and they definitely didn’t have sexual contact. They also didn’t really go on dates one on one. Nowadays, people not in the church do all those things that they didn’t do before which were frowned upon. Of course, some people in the church may still do it though; there are always exceptions in every group. As for church related things, when she was young, the rule that you shouldn’t date before the age of sixteen didn’t exist so they would date at fourteen or whenever. The social problems that I think arose from this change are teenage pregnancies and things such as AIDs and the ongoing problem where women, young girls in particular, are being
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Unformatted text preview: forced into sex with men where they are told, if you love me you would do this or if you dont do it, youre not cool and such. Whereas if it was in the olden days, the men would probably be frowned at for saying that and the girls then had in a sense, treasured themselves and their bodies more. This is because of the different values that were in place before that have now been slightly dissolved. Also, long ago, women didnt usually work. They were mainly stay-at-home moms. It was rare that a woman would be working. Nowadays, there are plenty of moms that are working part-time or full-time jobs while leaving their kids at a daycare. This is a slight issue because kids lose the intimacy and 24/7 support source that used to be available. More and more kids become lonely and family bonds are not as tight....
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