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What are the social consequences of gonorrhea?
Yes, there are. But there are social consequences to every thing that we do in society. The social consequences for gonorrhea are that if you have and STD, people that know become afraid that you are contagious. It can also make you very akward in public, because you know that there is something wrong with your body, and can become paranoid that others will find out.
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Alcohol helps people socialize. Friends meet and drink while relaxing and talking. Too much consumption of alcohol is on the other hand dangerous as it can lead to crime, …unproductive use of time, layoffs and bad choices.
You will feel at one with the world, you will feel like you love everyone and yourself, and you might feel and express really profound feelings of love while you're high…. It can go too far though, as the line is thin between expressing love and molesting or annoying someone, especially if the ecstasy pill contained amphetamines.
Using cocaine not only affects the user himself/herself but alsofamily, friends and other people in relation to the addict. It getspeople out of their job and wrecks their liv…es. I would suggest nottaking cocaine or crack at all. Say NO! Kids be cool and stay inschool!
The Sichuan Earthquake is the second most deadliest earthquake to hit China, claiming approximately 69,180 lives and injuring well over 300,000 in 2008. The social consequ…ences, however, of this earthquake are unique because it highlighted shoddy construction of buildings in rural areas, which sustained the brunt of the damage. International artist Ai WeiWei provoked a large scale outcry by exposing a cover-up to diminish the total deaths of school age children. With his efforts and those of others, the society is moving towards making the government accountable for better building standards and honesty in public discourse.
Untreated gonorrhea can cause serious and permanent health problems in both women and men. In women, gonorrhea can spread into the uterus (womb) or fallopian tubes (…egg canals) and cause pelvic inflammatory disease (PID). The symptoms may be mild or can be very severe and can include abdominal pain and fever. PID can lead to internal abscesses (pus-filled pockets that are hard to cure) and chronic (long-lasting) pelvic pain. PID can damage the fallopian tubes enough that a woman will be unable to have children. It also can increase her risk of ectopic pregnancy. Ectopic pregnancy is a life-threatening condition in which a fertilized egg grows outside the uterus, usually in a fallopian tube. In men, gonorrhea can cause a painful condition called epididymitis in the tubes attached to the testicles. In rare cases, this may prevent a man from being able to father children. If not treated, gonorrhea can also spread to the blood or joints. This condition can be life-threatening.
The social consequences of smoking are that, because the percent of the overall population smoking has gone down, you may stand out, in a bad way. Some people may think you ar…e disgusting because you smoke. Some people may stay away from you so they do not get second hand smoke, which can be just as dangerous as actually smoking the cigarette themselves, sometimes worse. If you smoke, you will be removed from some restaurants and buildings and parks if you smoke there when you aren't supposed to smoke there. You will have to isolate yourself to smoke in some public areas.
THE SOCIAL CONSEQUENCES VARY LIKE ANYTHING ELSE...IT IS A PERSONAL PEROGATIVE TO DO IT ALTHOUGH IT IS ILLEGAL IN THE UNITED STATES...HOWEVER PEOPLE DO ALOT OF THINGS THAT AR E…ILLEGAL SO IT IS PERSON RESPONSIBILITY AND PERSON PREFERENCES....IT REALLY DEPENDS ON THE GROUP OF PEOPLE YOU HANG OUT WITH. THAT FACTOR WILL DETERMINE IF NEGATIVE CONSEQUENCES WILL BE EXPERIENCED....IF YOU ARE SPEAKING ON GERERAL CONSEQUENCES, SINCE IT IS LEAD TO BELIVE IT S SOCIALLY TABO IN GENERAL SOCIETY THEN YOU WOULD EXPERIENCE NEGATIVE FEEDBACK, HOWEVER OTHER USERS MAY ENABL EOR EVEN CONDONE THE BEHAVIOR. IT REALLY JUST DEPENDS ON THE GROUP AND SOCIAL SETTING I DO BELEIVE. I AM NOT A USER, BUT I KNOW A FEW...AND THEY AR ENOT WELCOME IN GENERAL SETTINGS I CAN ATTEND, HOWEVE ROTHERS THAT KNOW THEM THINK THEIR BUSINESS IS PERFECTLY EXCEPTABLE UNDER THE PRIVACY CLAUSE... it"s their business. REALLY NOT A HUMANS PLACE TO JUDGE...SO YOU MUST CONSIDER EVEN ASKING THE QUESTION SETS THE PERSON ANSWERING THE QUESTION UP TO BE A JUDGE. iF I DID DRUGS I WOULD NOT SHARE THE PROBLEM WITH ANYONE, EVERYONE HAS SECRETS....ALTHOUGH I WOULDNT DO DRUGS, AND DONT UNDERSTAND THE REASONS BEHIND WHY PEOPLE DO...THE REASONS PEOPLE HAVE GIVEN THAT I HAVE EXPERIENCED ARE ALOT OF THE TIMES THE SAME PROBLEMS I EXPERIENCE...HOWEVER I DONT USE DRUGS...THEY DO....VERY HARD CIRCUMSTANCE TO UNDERSTAND BEING A NONEUSER. sOCIAL CONSEQUENCES ARE REALLY EFFECTED BY SO MANY FACTORS.
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1.Establishes self-concepts. 2.Creates the capacity for role taking. 3.Creates the tendency for people to act in socially acceptable ways. 4.Makes people bearers of cultu…re.
A social consequence is the impact of an event or action on a social environment.
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There are a number of social consequences. 1. Sexual harassment costs businesses and schools money. Victims of harassment often sue. Victims of bullying and sexual harassme…nt on the job don't work as hard as their colleagues and peers. The more time firms spend dealing with sexual harassment, the less productive work can be done. 2. Sexual harassment causes people to need more therapy and mental health care, and they are more likely to commit suicide. 3. Victims of sexual harassment may retaliate or turn into vigilantes, and they may end up in prison because of the actions of others. At men's shelters, a common scenario is unwanted flirting or even attempted rape, and the victim using a deadly weapon and going to prison. In turn, society has to keep more people in prison and spend more money because of violence that could have been avoided. 4. It robs society of creativity and productivity. Harassed workers don't work as efficiently. Harassed students don't learn as well, and they may drop out. Anyone doing outdoor work and getting harassed by strangers may quit. People might not tend to their yards if others harass them. 5. It makes society unhealthier. If people are afraid to go outside and afraid to take morning jogs without being sexually harassed, they may stay indoors and become unhealthy. They may overeat to relieve the stress or make themselves unattractive in an attempt to get others to leave them alone sexually. Or they may fear going to the grocery store and become anorexic because it is too much stress to eat out (others might sit in their booth without permission) or buy groceries (they might be harassed on the way or in the parking lot). Stress is also bad on the body. 6. Others may be caught in the crossfires. If someone is harassing someone in a restaurant and they fight back, it can ruin the environment for others. Or the initial harassment might be misdirected. Some youth were targeting a transsexual woman at a soup kitchen. They were throwing objects at her and she ducked and another woman got hit. She asked the place to call the police. 7. When sexual harassment continues, it adversely affects morale. If it is allowed to continue, others may do it too. Less women will take courses related to male-dominated fields if the women who attend such classes are sexually harassed. 8. Sometimes it contributes to racism and sexism. If women of one group are targeted by men of another group, they may conclude that all such men are bad and should be avoided. Of if women are targeted by sexist, harassing men enough, they may write off men completely or take on sexist behaviors in the other direction. It is sometimes human nature to where the more something is forced on someone, the less they want whatever at all in any context. 9. It ruins the dating scene, since more women expect men to be jerks, and women may feel forced to act more aggressive. 10. It might indirectly contribute to interracial dating - which is not bad in and of itself. If men of one culture become particularly bad at sexual harassment to the point their own women either won't date them or become very hostile and defensive, then those men will have to date women who are totally naive or vulnerable to the sexual harassment, and the women may date other men. Don't get me wrong, interracial dating is not bad, but it is not good if you feel forced to do it, whether because of domineering/harassing suitors, or because of not finding suitable partners.
Unfortunately, there are some very negative social consequences of anorexia. Anroexia is often kept a secret because it is looked down upon by most people. Many think that the… disease makes an anorexia less of a "good" person, which is not true. Other people might view the anorexic individual as selfish, attneiton-seeking, "mental" or "crazy", or just plain weird. Anorexics are often shunned or made fun of. Anorexics will ofteh suffer from depression and isolation.
The primary social consequence was the creation of a whole new caste of people: the middle class. Supply and demand tells us that if there are a lot of people, wages are low b…ecause it's easy to find a replacement worker who'll work for the same or even lower wage. Unskilled laborers, which most people were in those days, had little if any bargaining power. You could do alright for yourself if you had a specialized profession, like blacksmith or ship's captain, but otherwise you were dirt poor and destined to stay that way. The Black Death changed that in relatively short order. Suddenly, 1/3 of the workforce was gone, and if you wanted that field plowed in time for winter, you might suddenly find yourself a few plowers short because the land owner next door offered more money. People from the serf class could now bargain for better wages and, perhaps more importantly, they could buy more things to improve their standard of living. This, in turn, drove the economy. And for the first time, the money was flowing at the bottom rather than just circling the top. This was a monumental shift of economic and social power.