Begging Phenomenon

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Begging Phenomenon
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  Begging Phenomenon BY Said DAHMANI  Plan • Definition • Types of begging • The causes of begging • The results of begging • Begging in Morocco / U.S.A • References  The definition • Begging is the practice of imploring others to grant a favor, often a gift of money. Beggars are commonly found in public places such as transport routes, urban parks, and near busy markets. Besides money, they may also ask for cigarettes or other small items.and they may use cups, boxes or hats to collect the donations.  Types of beggars • Everyone of us has seen numerous kinds of beggars. Some are blind, lame or crippled, and so take to begging. Some people, who have lost their homes, become beggars. Child and orphan beggars also are very common. There are people ho are physically sound but who undertake begging as their profession, for it enables them to earn their living easily. Some give up their family life. When they become old they are known as Sadhus. The kids of beggars are numerous. Their methods of begging are equally varied and strange.  The causes of begging • The causes of begging are many. First of all, some people are physically incapable of doing any work. The only way of getting food open to them is begging. Such beggars easily win the sympathy of others. They deserve it also. But the number of such leprous, blind, or otherwise invalid beggars is not very great as compared to other kinds of beggars. • Secondly, there are organization which train children in the art of begging. Orphans and kidnapped children are engaged in this profession form early childhood. After a time, they become experts. This type of begging is indeed very harmful. It must be checked without any delay. • Thirdly, some criminals when they come back from jails are not treated sympathetically by society. They are not given any chance to begin their life afresh. They become beggars and find shelter in this profession. • Finally, when some people see the trade of begging flourishing and beggars earning their livelihood in a very easy way, they enter the profession. Such beggars are on the increase. We must safeguard our society against them.
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