Peer pressure is so common in schools from middle school all the way to junior high. If parents aren’t able to help the next generation our future who will also be responsible for our future generations shouldn’t we give them a professional environment where they can actually learn how to be safe and handle the emotions and new feelings they get from puberty. Parents will argue against their sons or daughters to go take sex education. Fear is common that sex education will be a gate way to believing sex is ok. Sex education however provides different methods to prevent having STD’s or giving birth which happens without a basis of how to use protection.
This sounds eerily similar to the kind of treatment prisoners seem to receive in incarceration. There’s no rehabilitation period, no attempt to aid in the recovery of their mental health. Something is wrong with these people on a cognitive level. They don’t think as normal people do. The state should be funding associations who will fix these people, so on their release day they won’t just continue on the road which led them to prison in the first
Feminists see the abortion debate as unfair because it gives men the opportunity to decide how much control a woman really has on her own body, and there have never been laws to regulate men’s bodies. A key value of the feminist movement is also the freedom of choice that is considered more acceptable for men than for women. Feminists want women to be able to choose between first pursuing a career or raising a family, dressing modestly or revealingly, and adhering to traditional gender roles or paying no attention to the roles entirely. The movement promotes the acceptance of the unpopular opinions and the unusual, on the basis that they are not seriously harmful to
Labeling a particular crime as special or different does not deter criminals from their true intention. If we place a "special" label on certain types of murder, rape or vandalism we are not preventing the hate that is the motive for such crimes. This is not the true goal of society. Helen Dodge makes a compelling argument to shun the members of such hateful communities in her article "Special Crimes Need Special Laws", when she says that the public should band together against such forces (Dodge 140). However, even she had to admit that these special laws won't deter the criminals who practice these violent acts.
Many employers are hesitant or unwilling to hire ex-convicts and parolees, because of their criminal background. Most employers ask applicants if they have ever been arrested if they answer yes then the applicant more often than not does not get the job. Another factor contributing to this problem are communities without alternative programming for at risk youth, and that does have a tendency to produce a high rate of recidivism. It begins with unemployment challenges, which is one of the major challenges that x- inmates experience when applying for a job. Many employers are hesitant and unwilling to hire ex-convicts and parolees, because of their criminal background.
Placing them in adult prison subjects them to violence and exploitation, and deprives them of the chance to start their new lives. Author Howell C.James, reveals in his book Juvenile Justice and Youth Violence that ‘An OOJJDP study (Flaherty, 1980) found the suicide rate among jailed juveniles to be seven times as high as the rate among juveniles held in detention centers. Experience had shown that juveniles did not receive basic services (counseling, medical, recreational) in facilities constructed and operated for adults’ (Howell 36). Minors in an adult prison are having their most creative years destroyed and they are certainly not learning how to be good citizens by being abused by inmates three times their age. Putting juvenile offenders in with adults increases their chances offending again when they are
Monroe College CJ 101- Dotson Homework# 1 Ashley Mack Pregnant Inmates When the gates close behind them they know not what to expect. One thing is certain though. How will I raise my child here? How will I give my child the right love and nurture if I’m behind bars with little freedom? There is a way though.
Some think that as soon as a woman finds out she will be a mother, that she should have no problem quitting drinking. It’s just as hard for them to quit, as it is for someone who is not pregnant. For most mothers admitting to this can be a humiliating experience. Currently, physicians rely heavily on history-taking to screen for women at high risk of alcohol consumption during pregnancies (Cook). However, these screenings are not enough since patients are reluctant to admit the amount of alcohol they consume and physicians are reluctant to talk about it with patients (Burd).
Motherhood had very few advantages for slave women. In fact, it was generally regarded as unpleasant for them. In rare, extreme cases, women even killed their infants in order to prevent the children from growing up in the institution of slavery (can you imagine?). The thought of watching their children grow under the confines of this oppression brought heartache to every mother, every day. While motherhood presented no advantages to slave women, there were several advantages for slave owners for their female slaves to procreate.
A failuire in maturing is one of the contributing causes of child abuse. Abortion is known to be an easy way to not have to take responsibility for their actions and then this is going to develop into the habbit of looking for the easy way and never wanting to work for anything. Then they cannot get a career and are unable to suppourt their family. This is my opinion on how abortion has effected my