“Banned from English classes at the Freeport High School in De Funiak Springs, Fla. (1985) because it is "unacceptable" and "obscene. "” (American library Association). There are just so many different cases of teachers getting fired, words needing to be censored, and parents complaining. Clearly, parents or adults do not like other reading The Catcher in the Rye. Here are more examples of parents and student arguing with the book.
If you disobey or betray the gang you will get punished. In the video a “family member” was caught stealing in family territory and was beat with a stick for punishment. Gang members often steal or even kill someone in order to get initiated. This serves as a dysfunctional to society because the gang members often harm the law abiding citizens. A Class Divided The teacher told the students that he blue eyed kids in the classroom were better than the brown eyed kids.
Their actions often lead to consequences and it seems that they are being a nuisance to everyone. It seems no matter what happens in the world they will not be able to change themselves and will be stuck being a ‘troublemaker’ their whole life. Being considered a ‘troublemaker’ has a negative toll on their mental health and social wellness. They are often outcasted from society and have trouble making a dent in their life. Holden perfectly illustrates a troubled student who goes through social issues and how their actions affect their existence.
They further mention inadequate living space at home, unemployment and lack of means as socio-economic factors that lead children to roam the streets. 2.3.3 Abuse, domestic violence and poor family relationships Wargan and Dreshem (2009) allude that children leave home because of a change in the family setup, such as a divorce or remarriage of a parent, family relocation, alcoholism and violence. According to the surveys by Ward and Seager (2010) and Thomas de Benitez (2007), during in-depth interviews with children girls described sexual abuse, typically by stepfathers or their mothers ' boyfriends, while boys described vexed relationships with step-parents. The studies acknowledge that violence is the key trigger that precipitates children to move to the
Indeed, an example of this unfortunate occurrence has been manifested in history multiple times. One Lee Malvo, a young adult in high school, was involved in a shooting in Washington. According to the article, “To Censor or not to Censor at the School library”, “Clearly reading inappropriate materials” (among other things) “contributed to his ultimate crime” (To Censor or Not to Censor at the School Library). When these materials, such as books with sexual content, severe profanity, graphic material or other explicit literature are available to students in schools at such a young age, the consequences are great. It is clear that inappropriate content is very unhealthy for people to be reading.
Other than the global languages we talk and learn, there are languages we can’t learn, yes the languags we aren’t able to learn. Languages, and with languages big or small cultures are forgetten due to the conditions we live in. Languages die out and become endangered more than we know in the world. The three aspects for why languages die out that I’m going to lean on are; popular culture, immigration and social-job life. Teenagers who are from diffrerent cultures are being bullied by peers in their school especially in the US.
The Little Rock Nine, just as during the pro-segregation protests, not to respond or react to these taunts.” This evidence shows that not only are these students getting physically abused, they are also getting verbally abused which is no different from physical abuse. Given that these things were happening, the pro-segregation protests would indeed be happening because even their fellow schoolmates are abusing them. As has been noted, segregation will, as expected, lead to protests where somebody gets hurt either it be physically or
As a teenager in high school I have witnessed countless situations in which my peers have lacked respect for their administrators, their teachers and even their own peer whom they considered to be their friends. And from this first hand experience I can say that society cannot function efficiently without respect. I believe that society cannot function without respect because students who disrespect their teachers by openly defying the instructions of a teacher could lead to a chain reaction of events that interfere with not only their education, but the education of their classmates. Many students, especially younger impressionable students will take the example of the disrespectful students and will begin to disrespect their teacher. Consequently,
Meanwhile, destruction of school property pertains to a behavior problem in which a student intentionally damaged or ruined school property. On the other hand, disobedience means a student is defiant whenever his or her teacher or parents ask him or her to do the task assigned to him or her. Furthermore, fighting with other students pertains to a behavior problem in which a student intentionally hurt or bullies other