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Poor children are turned into criminals because of the social injustice and exclusion they are offered by the richer society. Society tends to sideline the poor for their physical misconduct. Poverty and social exclusion together induce a feeling of revenge among the poor and they indulge in physical offences. Crimes of the rich are more heinous because they are more often than not, a root cause of the physical reaction shown by the poor.
In view of the argument made above, a large proportion of the prisoners we know come from low class backgrounds. This is evident from the fact that the major forms of crime i.e. murder, drug possession, drunk driving, physical offence etc require very little / no money to be committed. (Caplan, 2007, para. 1 ). Power has always been the property of rich. The wish to dominate others is in the nature of man. With all the power and resources they have, it is easy for the rich to play with the emotions of the poor. This is exactly what is termed as social injustice and is the root cause of social exclusion of the poor. This induces feelings of revenge in the poor and their revenge is more physical than otherwise because all they have is physical power. This physical revenge is both a cause and effect of the social exclusion and the crime.
The way an individual is perceived or labeled in the society shapes his mentality has a big role in deciding his future. If one knows how to carry oneself in the public, the public would accept one and overlook one’s delinquencies. But this never means that others who are just not as good at hiding their delinquencies are worse. The society should eliminate the differences between the rich and the poor. Psychological counseling of the poor can make them good individuals and responsible
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