This shows that children would most likely taunt the students who do not have the appropriate ‘fashionable’ clothing, and those who do not have enough money to purchase the brand name clothes, would feel barred from the sociable assembly. Bullies often look for someone who does not belong to a certain community, an ‘outsider’. Implementing school uniforms could make this situation have a less chance to occur. If all students are obliged to wearing uniforms, bullies will less likely single out a person who has a difference ‘style’ or ‘brand’. “Teenagers who took part in
This makes school unenjoyable for the student which can lead to outbursts of anger and fights with other students. Gerald needs to be introduced to strategies to improve his social skills which will positively contribute to his inclusion (pg 365, Ashman & Elkins) . Gerald needs routine without a routine Gerald finds it very unsettling and creates disturbances. It is important that Gerald is given a warning before a routine change, so he has time to adapt to the changeover. Gerald may also have the following characteristics; Impairment in social interaction(failure to develop friendships that are appropriate the child’s developmental level, impaired used of non verbal behaviour such as eye gaze, facial expression and body language, empathy and impaired ability to identify social cues), impairment of social communication (fluent speech but difficulties with conversation skills), restrictive interests (special interest that are unusual in intensity and focus, preference to routine and consistency.
This example shows you that his mind hasn’t yet fully developed to understand the consequences brought to him by his actions. It’s in this philosophy that I believe juveniles should not be tried as adults. A child’s immaturity is his most dangerous trait. Many children lack the ability to rationalize a stressful situation. Adults have a hard time making the right judgment calls, imagine the mindset of an emotional immature child?
Bullying is something that occurs all the time. People don’t like being bullied but they don’t know how to stop it. Often people who are being bullied ‘turn the other cheek’ to try and avoid being bullied or making the situation worse. Is turning the other cheek the right thing to do? Ishmael Leseur turned the other cheek to being bullied by Barry Bagsley.
Heterosexuals have gay kids, so homosexuals have just as much chance as heterosexuals of having a gay child. When asked if Rosie would rather her children to be gay or straight, she answered straight. Rosie didn't want her kids to be gay in America because all the madness that comes with that title, and she believed it would just be easier if they were straight. In the end she just wants her children to live a happy life. Rosie said being gay does not make someone a bad parent.
To them I feel life is already a struggle, it is not only difficult being in foster care children do not need to be treated differently outside foster care. Gays can adopt, but in Florida according to www.youdebate.com, their 1977 law is the only law that bans gays and lesbians from adopting children. It seems natural to have a mother and father. Also, according to www.youdebate.com, social science evidence agrees that having a mother and father in the household is the best environment for children. They also mention that if having homosexual parents as the role models it may also result in homosexuality in the child.
The behavior by bullies then is virtually encouraged as students become afraid or feel that the administration will not react appropriately should they inform them of a bulling situation. Students at this age will make mistakes and react inappropriately occasionally in response to a bullying situation if they feel there is no help from the school. Clearly each incident needs to be investigated and any punishment should be appropriate based on the circumstances involved. It is clear the principles only goal in dealing with behavior issues in the school is to indentify, isolate, intimidate, and remove. This simply will not work if no effort is made to correctly indentify were and with who the problem started.
There is a point where both individualism and disobedience cross paths in present day society. Many have heard a saying that “no one in the world is the same”. When kids start to grow up and become aware of social norms, they conform to society in order to be the same as others just to fall within a group. This then becomes a big part of their life, to be part of a social norm and not being able to express themselves and express their individuality because of the fear of being an outcast. This then causes individuals to lose their creativity because they are always trying to fit in with others instead of expressing what is on their mind.
Children that have little or no time to spend with parents often lack guidance which can lead to them associating with a bad crowd or initiate misbehavior. This can include breaking the law, doing drugs, or even sneaking out to be with people due to the lack of social activities. Having a lack of parental supervision can lead to a criminal history for the children. With the parents playing the role of more than one individual it is much harder to control what your kids are doing because you’re not there. “According to one study 90% of crime rates
In result, lack of discipline from parents along with mimicking their friends’ attitudes toward one another exemplifies few factors that influences teen rudeness. Nowadays, a modern family would focus on their careers more than focusing on their family. As kids age 13 to 19 move from childhood to maturity, they often experiment with language to express their boundaries and talk back to parents in ways that are inappropriate. It then becomes the parents’ duty to instruct their children how to speak with respect to authorities. The problem arises when parents fail to teach their children the correct way of behaving toward adults.