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Social Change
Child Labor
How was the Social Problem addressed during the Industrial Age (social movement, law, etc.)?
Tenement housing
How was the Social Problem addressed during the Industrial Age (social movement, law, etc.)?
Pollution
How was the Social Problem addressed during the Industrial Age (social movement, law, etc.)?
Interview
1. What are your reasons for volunteering?
To make a difference in someone’s life that needs help and be a blessing to them.
2. What is the purpose of the organization for which you volunteer?
The purpose to help families, people, that are homeless and obtain a place where they can live.
3. What duties do you perform to aid the organization?
The duties I perform are help cook, feed, serve, make calls for donations, reservations, call businesses, talk to people that have money that may be able to help, medical help, social workers, health agencies, etc to get medical benefits.
4. Why is such an organization needed in your community?
This is needed because it is a high crime area, no work, runaways, and abuse exist a lot in this community, addicts, thiefs, robbers.
5. What rewards do you receive from your volunteer work?
The rewards I receive are the satisfaction of knowing your being a help to somebody.
6. What challenges are faced by volunteers in your organization?
When people say no; when they don’t have anything. The challenge is never take no for an answer, you keep trying.
7. What has volunteer work helped you learn about yourself?
When I notice the great need for females and children. I see myself in wanting to really teach them morals and values in life. I picture myself when I was 16 years old I was able to take care of a family and I see these same principles that has now been carried down and they can do it, because I did it.
8. What have you done that you feel has significantly touched the life of another person?
I have taken the time to do counseling, redirecting, giving examples on how they can change their lifestyle.
9. Do you enjoy volunteering?
Yes, because it makes you feel useful and needed.
10. What are the outcomes of volunteering?
Making a difference in someone that has no hope. Volunteering shows you can do stuff without money.

Was the Social Problem addressed successfully? Be sure to support your opinion with evidence from the lesson or your research.
Is the Social Problem still an issue today? How?
This problem was addressed during the Industrial age by social reformers. During this time, labor unions were trying to proclaim their power. Unfortunately, those groups overlooked the issue of child labor in their fight for better wages and working conditions. Social reformers were aware that children were being taken advantage of.
Yes, the social problem was addressed successfully. Eventually They worked to abolish child labor and shorten the length of the workday, especially for a working mother.By 1833 the Factory Act passed by Parliament.
Yes, the social problem is still an issue today. In some countries like Africa, Asia, and India children from ages 10-14 have to work to avoid facing poverty.
Yes, the social problem was addressed during the industrial revolution. The use of social survey maps help reformers target where their efforts were most needed.
They began to make settlement houses and hull houses.
Was the Social Problem addressed successfully? Be sure to support your opinion with evidence from the lesson or your research
Is the Social Problem still an issue today? How?
Yes, Settlement houses served as community centers in poor neighborhoods.There they provided adult education classes, kindergartens, and job training. They also provided nursing care.
No, this is not an issue today.
Was the Social Problem addressed successfully? Be sure to support your opinion with evidence from the lesson or your research.
Is the Social Problem still an issue today? How?
This social problem was addressed
during the Industrial age by providing
public waterworks in major cities. Residents of the hull house also attempted to make better living conditions in the city. They supported themselves through donations.
No, I don't think it was dressed successfully. I say this because many people lived in poor conditions due to the harsh chemicals and bacteria that existed in and through the city. Things like manure flew in the air and factory chimneys belched smoke and heat.
Yes, this is still a social problem of today. People pollute everyday, making our world harder to live in. Harsh fuels from motorcyles, trash left on the ground, chemicals from factories all are negative to this world.
Bibliography
"Do You Know Who Made Your T-Shirt?" Do You Know Who Made Your TShirt. Web. 24 July 2013. <http://laborawareness.wordpress.com/child-labor-today/>.
"Child Labor in Factories During the Industrial Revolution." Child Labor in Factories During the Industrial Revolution.Web. 24 July 2013. <http://www2.needham.k12.ma.us/nhs/cur/Baker_00/2002_p7/ak_p7/childlabor.html>.
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