But the question is whether parents should shave the right to check their teens social media accounts. Teenagers want their privacy, especially from their parents. They want to have conversations and inside jokes that belong only to them and their friends. Teenagers do not want to feel like they are sharing everything in their lives with their parents. This is why I believe parents should not be able to check their teen’s social media accounts.
It’s important that we make sure the video games that our families play are also appropriate. When it comes to TV programming you think it is fine because it’s on national TV. The reality is TV is as bad as the internet and videogames and we should be careful what we watch with our families. Programs like 24 hours, ABC’s Lost, ABC’s Alias, and NBC’s Law & Order do influence the viewers, whether they realize it or not. These programs are not entertainment.
Most people don’t understand how negative excessively watching TV can be. The public should know the consequences of allowing themselves and their children of watching too much television. The first reason why people shouldn’t watch too much television is because the content of many TV programs are not educational. Nowadays we can see movies, series, shows, and even cartoons that present scenes of violence, sex, and drugs. These things can badly disturb the process of mental development, making children less sensitive and more aggressive.
If these programs become more commercial, the argument states, where can parents find trustworthy program for their children? The discussion regarding the quality of children's television in many ways obscures the larger issues of how much time children should spend watching television and what kinds of television should be made available to them. Child development experts caution that smaller children (aged two and up) be allowed no more than two hours of television per day. Children younger than two years old, they say, should be allowed no television at all. Some studies point to increased language development among children with access to television, however.
Some customers don’t like change and they like to feel comfortable with their products and services, this is where product development is useful as they are used to their usual product or service but it has been improved or changed in some way, for example Starbucks changing their coffees and using different types of beans shows they are interested in keeping the customer and the customer feels important to the business. Santander do this by changing their services for example offering better interest rates on loans to customers that have banked with them for over a certain time period, this could persuade non existing customers to start banking with them as they see the benefits
Smacking/Spanking of Children Should Not Be Banned A very debatable issue is if spanking children should be banned or not. Many people are on both sides. Some think that it is a form of discipline, and it will help the child to behave. Others think that it is a form of abuse, and if adults cannot hit adults, it should be illegal for adults to strike them. There is a difference, however, between punching your child in the face, and spanking him on the bottom when he is misbehaving.
Thirdly, to resolve the issues of a widening customer demographic and unclear brand perception, Starbucks could engage in a promotion to encourage their most loyal customers as well as new business through promotions such as a free cup after “X” visits or a “club card” that encourages repeat business. For all three of these solutions, Starbucks would want to enact these solutions as quickly as possible due to the threat of eroding their brand perception. See Appendix C for rejected alternatives. Rationale for the Recommendation Adding labor hours is our first recommendation. Interestingly, Starbucks faces a unique problem since they are actually improving their service yet the customers are still not necessarily recognizing the progress.
He is telling parents when their children are alone they don’t always follow the rules. For example if you’re telling a child not to jump on a bed, as soon as the parents are out of sight they are going to jump on the bed again. What the parents think is going to happen is that they will only have to tell their child once and it will not happen again. The reality is if a child thinks something is fun then they are going to find a way to do it when the parents are not looking. Parents are not prefect and everything they say may not be the right thing to do, but pleasing them is the best policy so kids should do it anyway.
Also including my personal observation on children in my own family. I want to persuade you on how dangerous it is to spoil our children and what we can do to prevent them from becoming “little brats”. Kids these days are more self-centered and their individuality appears at a young age, due to the lack of control by parents. And now you find them having privileges that till this day we don’t have access to, such as: expensive cell phones and top of the range laptops as well as having their own driver by the age of 7. I won’t go deep into physical details such as the harm on the eyesight and brain; I would simply be talking about the behavior of children today.
A strong brand influences the choices made and products bought by customers. Once a company has built a strong brand, it must maintain a positive reputation. Premium Price Companies with strong brands can charge more for their products and services because the brand is valuable in the eyes of consumers. Some customers won't even consider purchasing alternative products because they do not believe they will receive the same value. For example, a customer may choose to buy a premium cup of coffee from a national coffee chain instead of buying coffee at a local corner store.