analyse factors that may make change a positive or a negative experience: support individual during a period of change
Negative outcomes for poor families
The creation of new categories of industrial and post-industrial employment has had different effects on traditional family structures, [ depending on the numbers and types of jobs available and the employability of the applicants.
As noted above, the agrarian family could support its unskilled and psychologically marginal members by allotting them menial
tasks. Such elasticity in African subsistence agriculture is captured in the Ghanaian proverb, "A guest is a guest for three days and then you give him a hoe" (to help on the farm). With departure from the farm, salaried families cannot support poor relatives who are unable to find stable employment. The majority of poor non-farm families often are left in the amorphous non-formal sector of petty trade and services. The non-formal process of living on "magic," as the Ghanaians termed it in the 1981 economic crisis, provides shifting sands for family formation.... ]
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