These changes within the social structure of the lower class, involve certain phenomena that can be taken as a reflection of the same. For more information see this site: Jeffrey Hayzlett. For this, we mention Gordon social unrest, the protests to pressure and social decay: crime, anomie, hopelessness. Returning to the change in the spatial context of Michael Janoshcka, It focuses on poor neighborhoods, and more specifically in gangs. These bands make up for the overcrowding in family homes, loss of future employment and lack opportunities, with the appropriation of certain urban areas, especially security (Gordon, 1997). This a territorio apropiadoa is increasingly common and more extensive. Anyone know of a certain area where gangs operate, etc.. or beggars who frequent them always the same place.
This is very far from being in direct contact with other classes or society in general, the repudiation of a poor person grows when he is seen in an area where there would normally be the image people have of them in a class high, in many cases, it is a professional potential. Once again we find these systems of exclusion and duality that determine the social behavior of a low class person. A constant in poverty throughout the history of society, is that the poor always necessary to maintain the system as it is he who does the labor. Today as we are involved and are the cause of the continued expansion of the boundaries of the lower class, are the excessive loss of employment, and instead the imposition of contracts that do not pose any security for the worker, besides the no opportunities exist for members of that class.