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Discuss the Issues Related to Genetic Diversity: Mutations, Sexual Reproduction, Migration, and Population Size.

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Title: What I see as the biggest challenges in young adults today.
General Purpose: To investigate the challenges faced by the young adults in the society today.
 Specific Purpose: To determine the link between parenting, economic crisis and societal vices and how they pose as a challenge to the young adults today.
 Central idea: To investigate the issues faced by young adults today.
Introduction:
It is essential to realize that time frames have evolved and many changes have taken place in the society in regards to economic structure and parenthood responsibilities. This is due to the shift in priorities as people are constantly on the run to better their welfare as regards the high cost of living. It seems inevitable to compromise parenting duties in search of better income and living standards. On the other hand, young children have exposed themselves to societal vices like peer pressure that have generally led them to become victims of violence, drug abuse and other detrimental behaviors.
Analysis
As a result of family breakdowns, there is an increase in the number of single parent households. With the current economy, it is indeed very difficult for a single parent to raise a child. (Smith et al, 2011). This therefore means that the income they earn is inadequate in terms of meeting all the basic needs required by their children. Therefore, education needs are not sustainably met .Since it is difficult for the parenting to effectively play the parenting role owing to the fact that they are alone, when these children grow up into young adults, they tend to look for a figure parent elsewhere in terms of prostitution and dangerous sexual behavior for both the males and the females. Their time alone is alone is also supervised. This means that they can access any materials they would want to and access any screen movies as well. They in turn tend to emulate negative behaviors like smoking, drug use and such behaviors especially of role models or public...

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