Degradation of moral values in your educational system
Degradation of moral values in your educational system?
The 1920’s were a time of corruption and the degradation of moral values for the United States and many other countries. World War One had just ended and people were reveling in the materialism that came with the end of it, new mass produced commodities such as motor cars and radios were filling people’s driveways and houses, money was more accessible (before the Great Depression). Cars were becoming a social symbol in the 1920s as we can see with Gatsby’s five cars, one of which he gives to Nick and one of which kills Myrtle Wilson later on in the novel. Herbert Hoover (an American President) said in 1925 “We will root out poverty and put two cars in every garage.”
Growing Violence Against Women And Degradation Of Moral Values
In general, selective abortions are a great sin. And the matter is not about Muslims. The matter is about the degradation of moral values, zeroing the role of a mother. This is unacceptable, since every unborn girl means her 2-3 unborn children and a demographic catastrophe after a while.
Many evangelical Christians are rightly concerned about the degradation of moral values in America and direct their political efforts against secular or pagan liberalism. But to complicate matters, enemies of truth and goodness come in a multiplicity of forms. With growing discontent over increasing government influence and control in most aspects of life, conservative Christians sometimes find it easy to side with quasi-Christians who share a common liberal enemy and who even use Christian terminology. The Constitution of America, not God in Christ, is their highest priority. For others more extreme, it is white supremacist doctrine and an obsession with hate. Abanes has been studying religion and cults as founder and director of the Religious Information Center of Southern California. He provides the results of copious research on the rise of the movement in this book.Abstract
It is a disgrace for the Indian society, which considers the birth of a girl child as a bad investment in future. She is considered to be consumer rather than a producer, and this narrow viewpoint of the Indian patriarchal society has lead to horrid practices like female infanticide and female foeticide. The present study was conducted in Punjab that has assisimilated one of the lowest sex ratios of the country. For the study, 240 respondents were taken from three districts of Punjab viz., Ludhiana having low sex ratio, Bathinda having medium sex ratio and Ferozepur having high sex ratio (according to provisional census of 2001) Majority of the sample taken for study approved of the heinous act of female foeticide. Escalating demands of dowry was cited as the main reason for it. Daughters were unable to provide social security to parents and called for unnecessary investment on themselves, the fruits of which were taken away by the in-laws. The respondents feared that the decline in sex ratio might lead to degradation of moral values in the society resulting in polyandry, violence against women, red trafficking etc. The suggestive measures which flew unabated from the study included strict implementation of laws banning female foeticide and dowry, providing old age pension for parents who had no son, free and compulsory education for girls, job reservation for women in specific occupations and giving them an equal share in the property, in the true sense of the word.