For the poor people it was a very hard time. when the depression hit alot of people became unemployed as employers couldn't afford to employ people anymore. The people who were unemployed had little to no money, and many became homeless and slept in a place called 'happy valley' which was a public domain. Other poor people went on the sustenance pay aka the 'susso', and in order to get that you had to prove you were unemployed and had no money. For Women and children it was very hard as well, as often husbands would just abandon their families as they couldn't support them anymore. Lots of children had to leave school in order to try and get a job to help support the family. However for wealthy people the impact was felt very minimally. They bought things for alot cheaper than it should be from less wealthy people, as they were so desperate for money even if it wasnt much, it was at least something for them.
I didn't cover all the groups, but i hope that's at least a bit of help :)
Various individuals and groups of people. Also, the government.
Minority groups are the ones hardly hit during the great depression. They are not always given equal rights. And they also donâ??t have the opportunity in rehabilitation programs.
groups of makeshift homes in shantytowns.
discriminatory practices worsened during the great depression.
they were very mistreated, abused, and excluded by the whites.
There were at least three groups other than automobile corporations that were financially well-off during the Depression. These includeÊthe clothing manufacturers, newspaper publishers, and oil companies.
The National Health Service and The Depression Alliance both sponsor depression support groups throughout England, including London. One can access information about the groups on their websites or ask a physician for a recommendation.
Many people with depression feel as if they are alone, however, the facts is that there are millions who suffer form depression. There are many online support groups available.
The Mormons and Hoover followers
Various pacifist groups including the Quakers.
There are cancer support groups that a person can join. Also there are medications that can be used to treat depression.
Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance is a very good bipolar support groups
Marketing and business experience are findings about groups or groups of clients. Experiences developed in this program do not identify you personally. For instance, a business might find it valuable to understand the amount of clients in various age ranges who visited an internet site, used an application, or visited a store.
If you would like to read very interesting experiences, go to jw.org and download for free the yearbook of Jehovah's Witnesses. There are always amazing experiences in there.
It was in the early 1930s that radical political groups gained support throughout the US. During this time the country was faced with major economical problems and they wanted to survive the Great Depression. Radical political groups provided solutions to dig out of these problems.
famers, men, women, and children
No, there aren't. Various groups do, but none are assassins.
They are in various groups.
Christianity and various spiritism groups.
There are various Spiritualist groups (like there are various Christian groups). Some would extract the best of other religions, focussing on the common threads. Syncretism.
Roman Catholic AnswerThere are many groups in the Catholic Church, from various groups of administration in the Vatican called the Curia, various colleges, and groups of religious who have their headquarters in Rome. From Rome downward the Church is divided into dioceses which are grouped by nation and province. Thus there are national groups of bishops, and provincial groups of bishops under an archbishop. Dioceses are divided into parishes which are grouped into Deanerys. In individual parishes there are many groups: the choir, educational groups, charitable groups, prayer groups, study groups, etc.
"Balkinization" refers to re-opening divisions, hatreds and separatism among various ethnic groups that were forced to peacefully co-exist during the Tito-Yugoslavia era.
There are support groups in local communities and online for depression. However, what you are describing is likely to be post partum depression, a particular type of depression. Seeking professional help is probably the best thing to do, for yourself and for our baby's sake.