Essay on Shoplifting Effects on The Community
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Shoplifting is a major problem in today. The temptation of not paying for something, just hiding it away and saving your own money is a large factor for some people. The culprit just thinks he's getting a product for free and doesn't know what he's actually doing to himself and the community. Shoplifting effects everyone, yourself and the everyone in the local neighborhood.In this essay I'm going to explain some of the circumstances of stealing from local stores, or any store. After I've been caught stealing I found out how wrong it is and how it is a disadvantage to everyone.
The stores are tying to crack down on shoplifters by making the punishments as strict as possible. Shoplifting effects the community in a big way. The stores…show more content…
If you do shoplift you feel immense humiliation and distrust from friends and family, and your own conscious is hurt if it isn't then there is something wrong with your feelings not to feel bad about stealing from stores. Every time you steal from stores they are set back that much money and might even have to fire someone that could be one of your friends.People in the community lose respect for you.
If you do know someone that is in teen court or are friends with someone that is in teen court you will get your discipline from them, believe me I know. It helps out the community service areas if you have to do community service while the culprit is stuck doing numerous hours of work, without any pay, but it doesn't help you at all.Shoplifting can also affect you towards the community, because if you have shoplifting on your record it will be difficult to get a job, some don't want people who break the law working for them. Just shoplifting from that store will prevent you from getting a job there ever or any of that kind if it is a chain. Just the fact of breaking the law while shoplifting should be bad enough reason not to do it. Even if it does effect your community, and you should care about that. Shoplifting is a crime and has a major consequence compared to what you can get out of it. Even if peer pressure is a factor, or just the fact that you wanted the product and didn't have the money, stealing is wrong. It's self righteously wrong
...Omar Al Issa English 1303 Mrs. Murray Aug. 22, 2012 Research paper on stealing. Why do peoplesteal? There are many reasons whypeoplesteal. They are hungry, they love the thrill or they rationalize that they deserve the item. In the first case of hunger, that is something that the law can be forgiving because if you don’t eat, you die. Now moving on to the thrill of stealing, and it’s connected to pleasure by the center of the brain, and is pushed to the limit connecting to sex or eating. I am of course speaking about endorphins. But then there’s the person that says in their mind “dang it, I want that, but I don’t have enough money, well, no one’s looking should I just take it?” Now with this mind set the person is always in the wrong. However, the answer isn’t really that simple. In my research, I have found there are four major groups of thieves. There is the person in need, the thrill seeker, one who that doesn’t care, and the one that thinks they deserve what they stole. “Thou shall not steal are very strong” words but they are not so easy to follow. If someone asked you to you steal some bread you would say no. However, what if your mother was starving about to die from hunger or said “my children haven’t had any food for three days!” You may have a change of heart! This happens a lot due to high homeless rates. In the U.S. the...