Reducing domestic violence use of physical force when

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Reducing domestic violence- use of physical force when correcting children should be avoided in order to build strong bonds in families. When the families are closely bonded, so is the society since the family is basic for a society to grow. Improvement of education- some disintegration in the society is brought about by lack of education. Reducing the financial challenges that make training expensive should be considered. This would make education accessible and affordable. Rehabilitation programs- campaigns should be launched to create awareness on the social harm associated with drugs and alcoholism. Employment creation- creating avenues through which the young folks get income makes them less idle and with no time to engage in unlawful and destructive activities. Encouraging business ownership in the communities- where people invest in their own community, they will strive to protect their investments by all means. They would also make their children understand the need to protect their businesses and avoid destruction.
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Social Disintegration Any form of discrimination in the society must be avoided. This can be effected through upholding equity in the society, ensuring that all members of the society are given equal opportunities and priorities. In addition, the society should carry frequent reviews on its performance and allow members to freely interact and share ideas on how best they can address matters affecting them as a society. This helps get in touch with the society.
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Social Disintegration REFERENCES Banfield, Edward C. 1958. The Moral Basis of a Backward Society . New York: The Free Press. Hebb, D.O. 1961. The Organization of Behaviour. New York: John Wiley Lewis, Oscar. 1966. “The Culture of Poverty”. In Scientific American , 215.
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