This can affect their education as they will not want to stay on in further education, as they can get a job and make money straight away. ), and Present-time orientation (The w/c believe that you should savour every day, as tomorrow may never come. With this frame of mind, they may think education is a waste of time, as it may not benefit you if tomorrow never comes.) These two sociologists’ theories and practices prove that there are major differences in achievement between classes. However, these theories stereotype, and blame the family too much.
In a special needs school carers/teachers attitude towards special needs children is that they can have strong feeling of pity, a belief that they are less fortunate and a tendency to compensate them for their disability. This might mean that the teacher gets over protecting over the children and cause the children to be hostile and snappy towards him/her. Also by him/her not letting the child do things by themselves will reduce their autonomy. Prejudices â€“ Attitudes that are usually negative. (Attitudes are prejudices when they are generally disapproved of).
If I could change one thing in my community it would be to offer parenting classes. I listen to my friends complain about their relationship with their parents and the lack of communication between them often. What I have come to realize is that both parties don’t know that the relationship is broken and they need to change the way they are talking to each other because obviously it is not working. I believe that if parents knew different ways to talk and help their kids then more could get done in the relationship. It is hard raising kids and hurtful things can be said, but I just don’t think a parent should react in a hurtful manner.
Self-harm would make the service providers very mistrustful as the pain imposed on them by themselves is showing as the pain they are facing at some other point with someone else. They sequence of abuse may continue, it is more likely for someone that has been abuse to be an abuser once they grow older so a back ground check on parents and people living in the family home would need to be done to make sure that it is safe and secure for the individual
This mainly occurs when a parents use verbal abuse and puts his or her child down. This causes the child to think that it is a norm for them to be talked down by anybody because they grew up in that environment. On the other hand, it might cause the child to be a verbal abuser when he or she gets older to either their children or spouse. Last effect of any type of child abuse is trauma to the body and soul. When a parent or guardian does abuse to a child it my not effect them at the very same moment they are being abused, but in the long run it may cause them to have complexes with the way they think about themselves.
In this modern age, parents tend to leave their kids to the nannies and school to teach them while they themselves are busy working to the bone. Students tends to think themselves are accountable for their own actions. But parents should understand that family upbringing influenced them the most. Moral values and social norms are all imbued by parents on young children. Parents have to be good role models because children tend to emulate them.
Children today do not respect their elders. Respect is needed for a society to work well. In past generations children were taught by their parents to respect their elders, the law, others and themselves. In my opinion, some children today are raised to only think of themselves and do not respect their elders or their surroundings. My main point is lack of respect is a large issue in society.
Why do I say that? It affects study because it may harm our health so much, especially female students. They likely get to the risk of being pregnant. How can we bring up child while we depend on our parents? We might abort or drop out of school or study while taking care of child.
As the controversy about children in paid works becomes a debated issue across the world nowadays, some people count paid works as a valuable experience for children, while others consider it as an exploitation of children. Then, why they say so? Those who agree believe that paid works can help children learn about responsibility and develop particular skills that will give benefit for them in the future. On the other side, others who disagree oppose paid works for children because it may cause them to lose their rights to enjoy their childhood and their chances to study as well as their peer. Thus, which one is right?