Homelessness an indication of dysfunctions in the educational

Homelessness as a social problem will be explained by using the social
pathology model. Homelessness Australia (2013) studied 25% of homelessness are
caused by domestic abuse and is the highest cause. Hence this is the sample
that will be used to demonstrate that dysfunction in one or more institutions
causes homelessness for some. Domestic abuse is an indication of a
dysfunctional family institution which means the roles of the family members
are not being fulfilled, for instance, females have an important role of
caregivers where males have the role of defender/ guardian in the family
institution. Due to a family member not doing their part within the
institution, the institution falls apart and becomes dysfunctional and will
probably experience a breakdown. This break down leads to the abused party living in a risky arrangement
that is like-minded with Chamberlain and Mackenzie’s (1992) definition of
homelessness under the sections that there is no promise  of how long the abused party can stay and that
they may be living in temporary accommodations in the worst case  scenario wherein the abuser has alienated the
abused party from their support networks, the abused party may live on the
streets or enter an emergency shelter. The domestic abuse is an indication of
dysfunctions in the educational institutions within the manifest function of
educating children and the latent function of children learning how to interact
in a socially acceptable manner.This can be associated to governmental
dysfunction, in poor policymaking concerning what is comprised in the national
education values and curricula, and the following disappointment of the
educational institution to apply curricula that acts as a solid guiding hand
for the students under that curriculum. All of this can also link to
insufficient socialization throughout the childhood years,  with a dysfunctional family institution which
the child sees as ‘typical’ that helps and leads the child to behave in a socially
unacceptable manner while in the education institution, resulting in social
isolation and exclusion. As an outcome of this barring, the child will not
gather and learn how to function as a productive member of society when their
tenancy in the education institution has ended. They won’t be able to get or
keep a job which leads them into a state of homelessness due to their
incapability to make money thus causing them to rely on short-term places or live in the circumstances
counter to Australian societal housing norms, such as taking up residence under
a bridge or in an abandoned building.