• Illegal Race
    satisfication and benefits. However, they do not realize the effects of this illegal racing towards the teenagers in Malaysia. Illegal racing will lead to other social problems, all family members will get bad impact and make other road users in danger. Firstly, the effect of illegal racing among...
    Premium 697 Words 3 Pages
  • Management Report
    of the community. Second, illegal gambling operations are widely associated with a range of social problems and criminal activities, in particular debt, loan-sharking, money laundering, fraud and corruption. A large proportion of those arrested by the police in connection with illegal bookmaking...
    Premium 6150 Words 25 Pages
  • rempit
    action by preventing this problem become worst. Parents need to play their role, organizing campaigns and talks, and creating legal racing area for seems to be the ways to prevent teenagers from being involved in illegal racing. ...
    Premium 310 Words 2 Pages
  • Illegal Street Racing
    Introduction Street racing has been identified as a threat to civil society with significant social and economic impact . Street racing is illegal in Malaysia , as reckless stunts on public roads endanger the lives of many . One of Malaysia ’ s...
    Premium 1904 Words 8 Pages
  • microeconomics
    gambling to bolster their economies, to capture taxes lost to illegal betting and to boost tourism. Why Hong Kong does not widely develop casino? In fact, Hong Kong has the Hong Kong Jockey Club to provide horse-racing betting and football betting to the general public. However, in Hong Kong, there...
    Premium 1675 Words 7 Pages
  • Mat Rempit
    accept and like them. Sometimes the group they want to join is using the illegal stuffs and they may be attracting to use it too just to fit in the group.             Another serious problem among teenagers today is baby dumping. Baby dumping is a social crisis and has a chronic increase as many...
    Premium 1542 Words 7 Pages
  • Media Culture
    illegal street racing (Reno).” The movie does not only glamorize illegal drag racing but also sent out a message that open-minded girls are easily accessible. A teen watching the movie may get an idea that winning in an illegal street race is “cool” and can get “chicks” without any difficulty at all...
    Premium 2299 Words 10 Pages
  • Drag Racing
    person but the police are still searching for them. If the drivers know the risks of Illegal Drag Racing, why do they still do it? There are several reasons for that : A community generally springs up around the street racing "scene", providing social interaction among the participants therein. The...
    Premium 2937 Words 12 Pages
  • Legalized Gambling Would Decrease the Crime Rate
    betting and casinos. Bingo is the most common form of legalized gambling; forty-six states participate in legal Bingo. Forty-three states permit thoroughbred horse racing, Lotteries are allowed in thirty-seven states, and only twenty-one states permit casino gambling (Begun et al. 27). Illegal...
    Premium 1804 Words 8 Pages
  • Worldview
    ..........................................................................8 SOCIAL PROBLEMS IN MALAY YOUTH..............................................................9-11 THE IMPACT OF SOCIAL TRANSFORMATION IN MALAY YOUTH.................12-22 * Internet Influences...
    Premium 11300 Words 46 Pages
  • Hong Kong Jockey Club
    to avoid problem and pathological gambling. Furthermore, the Jockey Club could cooperate with the government to raise the public vigilance of the illegal or unauthorized gambling....
    Premium 462 Words 2 Pages
  • Speeding
    . The social problem of speeding in young drivers is not secluded to Australians ‘Every 16 hours a California teenager dies in a motor vehicle accident,’ one California newspaper informs its readers (Contra Costa Times 2006). It proves this problem is within the young drivers themselves and their...
    Premium 2241 Words 9 Pages
  • Gambling
    gentlemen-like. For example, it took a long time for cock fighting and prize-fighting to become legal because it was not considered a suitable gentlemen's' game. Although the financial backers of the colonies viewed gambling as a source of the colonies' problems, they began to see it as the...
    Premium 1338 Words 6 Pages
  • Street Racing
    Street racing is an illegal sport that is growing popular at an alarming rate. Street racing is the concept of high performance automobliles racing on public roadways illegally. Individuals will take a basic car and tune it up to be very quick and very powerful. The idea of street racing...
    Premium 3131 Words 13 Pages
  • Illegal Street Racing
    time of the mid-90s, the Brotherhood was then closed down, forcing street racers to take their racing to another legalized track, or to the streets and highways. People say that street racing is bad, illegal and dangerous to everyone. There is another side which thinks that street racing is ok...
    Premium 2885 Words 12 Pages
  • Causes of Baby Dumping
    . It cans rise up the boys ‘desire and passions. That is why social problem could happen. The problems usually follow the flow, first is illegal racing, commonly it being held at night, and of course it gives troubles to other road users. Apart from that, it also can be deadly for that...
    Premium 948 Words 4 Pages
  • Illegalrace
    Rempit love to show off their riding stunts on public roads, and also illegal racing among this young group of daredevil motorcyclists. "Mat Rempit always make their mothers worry. When untoward incidents happen involving them, it's pitiful to see their...
    Premium 5461 Words 22 Pages
  • races
    Social Problems Among Youth Are Affecting Country's Development Social Problems Among Youth Are Affecting Country's Development Time has changed so do the social issues. Problems arising among the youth are at the alarming state. Main problems like smoking, gangsterism and illegal racing are...
    Premium 318 Words 2 Pages
  • Mat Rempit
    DEFINATION Refer to definition given by Wikipedia, “Mat Rempit” is a Malaysian term for 'an individual who participates in illegal street racing', usually involving underbone motorcycles (colloquially known as Kapcai) or scooters. Not all Mat Rempits are involved in street racing; some of them...
    Premium 2607 Words 11 Pages
  • Pangangalaga Sa Mga Hayop
    , entertainment, or other purposes. These activities cause suffering, maiming, and death to the animals forced to participate, and they have negative social consequences. While dogfighting and horsefighting are illegal under the Animal Welfare Act, cockfighting is legal and was one of the concessions that we had...
    Premium 909 Words 4 Pages