Should there be a curfew imposed on teenagers? Teens have been asked the question either at a late night party or at a late night ball game, “What is your curfew?” Almost every teenager has a set curfew, but is a curfew really necessary? The issue of setting a certain curfew has always been a long debate between teenagers and their parents. Many people believe that the "teen years" are supposed to be the time these young adults goof around, have fun and do some very irresponsible things. So parents just give up on them and let them do whatever they want.
Gardner’s ideas are too drastic and I believe he didn’t have enough support in his argument that his plans would actually decrease the murders in gang violence. To say that his thoughts on drugs are the missing piece to gang-violence; I agree with him one-hundred percent. Yet, to pinpoint on drugs as the only reason viciousness and violence happens in gangs, is almost too good to be true. Dan may as well fly off to Never-Never land, because those dreams aren’t ever coming true. First off, I would like to thank Gardner for his enlightening point of view, of how gang violence is heavily influenced by the whole drug trade and the black market that associates itself with it.
If they are careful with it, car accidents will decrease and there will be no financial problems. Also, people won’t argue about getting cell phones illegalized while driving. Lastly, many teenagers will argue with my writing. I want
The high likelihood of detection by the police, and the deterrent effects of punishment have been seen as forms of crime prevention. But the traditional criminal justice agencies have prevention as a sort of side effect or unintended consequence of their main aim of detection and punishment. And they are, as we have seen in previous lectures, not that efficient. Specific measures aimed at preventing crime have always been around in an everyday sense. Families, schools and communities disapprove of crime and this acts as a form of 'informal social control' People lock their doors and windows against burglars, and perhaps avoid badly lit areas, or certain parts of town, with the intention of reducing the likelihood of victimisation.
This fear fuels the need to be armed, which hasn't changed in many years. Even though Obama and a part of the American government is trying to reduce the gun laws extent, and prevent more incidents, as school shootings. It is still happening. Because, as the gun law is at the moment, there are very few precautions, which can stop such incidents, metal detectors will not last in the
It is a good idea to have a curfew for young drivers because it ensures the well being of everyone on the road, and in several ways. First of all, curfews help to keep teen drivers from driving when they are less attentive to the road, like when they are tired. “Driving for just three hours at night is similar to being intoxicated, and even two hours after dark is like being buzzed.” (Squatriglia). Therefore, teens are far more likely to get in car accidents after curfew. To drive after dark, one must know how to handle dangerous situations, knowledge only gained through experience, which young drivers do not have.
Do they really think that lowering the drinking age would make these students behave any differently? Students will never drink responsibly. In reality the most effective way to reduce binge drinking is not by lowering the drinking age from twenty one it is to simply tell the truth and make sure that young people understand the facts of what can happen to
Some states have banned the use of use of cellphone use unless used with a hands free device and some states banned texting while driving. If all cell phone use is banned while driving, some accidents will not occur. Are accidents rates lower for drivers that do not use cell phones? We know that car accidents happen daily, caused by faulty equipment and weather. The truth of the matter is that sometimes accidents cannot be avoided, but if adding in a distraction such as cell phone use, it increases the accident rate.
Some of them said that, this was pretty much dangerous; they advised me leave the car at garage before it was too late. They were right, but two of my friends and I whose names are Seyran and Mihri, did not listen to them. So we talked about what we were going to go next. After that, we decided to go ‘’café de keyf’’’ which is far from our neighbor. To go there, I had to use highway and at highways, there were cars that were going with 150 km/hour.
Should the school leavening age be raised to 18? , for example you may think that people want to get out and earn money after they have done there GCSE’s ,but other people may think that you should stay in school and get A levels etc. My personal opinion is that people should still be allowed to leave school at the age of 16 but others can stay at school until the age of 18. I think if everybody had to stay in school until the age of 18 there would be a lot of problems like the pupils with po This argument is a hard one to decide on unless you have very strong points about being for or against or attitude may disrupt learning and some people would want to get of and earn money so they would skip lessons etc. The reasons why it should be raised to the age of eighteen are that a lot of people who did not get so much luck in there GCSE’s would get more opportunity to learn and get better results.