On the other hand parents are the one who course all this problems in that case cause the resulting unprofessional leaders and unbehaviour, because the way they raised their children is unethical. Presently parents are very busy, they don’t take care of their children instead they leave them to the house girls. Parents they don’t teach their children good traits, example to work hard, to do job in team work, how to communicate, to pray, even to know the values of their tradition. Children they engage in watching programmed in the TVs, charting, sitting in the bad groups. That why at this present time children they don’t fear -God, obeys their parents.
People can be affected like this due to the fact of their lifestyle as a child as it can manipulate their personality watching the way others behave, to a child, parents’ are a role model as to which they will copy them and this will become their personality. This is because if they have been told from a young age that this is an acceptable way to behave then they will continue to act this way and repeat the actions that they’ve been taught due to the fact they haven’t been disciplined for the actions that they are enforcing upon other people. Furthermore, another example would be if a child is in a fight and the parents encourage to hit back hander and then they then get rewarded for it, they are more likely to keep on copying this behaviour as they enjoy being rewarded from their role model. This is an example of operant conditioning and positive reinforcement. However, if the child hit somebody and received a negative consequence then the child will not be as likely to commit the action again.
The child will be focused on being the best at everything that they will not notice, or if they do they do not dwell on it too much. After the child is done being the best of their academic setting they graduate and find employment. They will still have the mindset of everything being a competition and will surpass their coworker where the trend will continue. In summary with the mindset that everything 's a competition, the child will focus only on being the best and that is all they will know. They will not have social skills because they would see no benefit of being friendly with their
Children are surrounded by many models for instance parents, peers, teachers and tv shows. Models will be an example to a child on behaviours. It will be easier for them to imitate behaviour from someone of the same gender as them. The response a child will get on a behaviour will influence whether they will continue to use that behaviour, when they get rewarded for a certain behaviour it will encourage them to continue using that behaviour, but if they get punished for certain behaviours they are less likely to continue using it. They will also observe what the consequences of certain behaviours by others are, if it’s rewarding to others to use certain behaviours they are more likely to imitate that
Firstly the children can become shallow and overconfident. They may think that looks are more important after entering a beauty pageant and become conceited “Children may become more concerned with developing their looks than with developing their internal selves”. Children can easily believe after competing in pageants they should concentrate more on external and apparent aspects of beauty instead of developing internal values, qualities of caring for others and a love for learning. Make up is another huge part as it makes them look like Barbie or Ken dolls, but actually “makeup shouldn’t be put on young kids because it can ruin their skin”. Instead of focusing on their looks they should experience the natural way of developing their knowledge
As a kid, you are deeply influenced by your peers. In fact, you are taught to mirror and abide to you your peers. Nevertheless, not all peers are good peers. So if you were raised by a deviant peers, you would more than likely reflect their behavior somehow. The reflection of this behavior could be traced in their behavior in schools.
The underlying reason is that a young child tries very hard to please parents and avoid feelings of inferiority. Certain patterns of behavior work, others do not. For example, some children always get their way by being nice, and this can solidify into a sociable style of life. Other children learn to manipulate their caregivers by whining and complaining. If parents give in, this strategy works and will be repeated until it constitutes a style of life.
Unlike some children who would cause a scene in a mall just because they wanted a piece of cookie I knew NO meant a NO and that notion has helped me to be a hardworking and responsible person in the society today. That’s why I would like to differ with the most of the people in the society today that the only way children can gain full emotional and behavioral skills are to be raised by both
Debated since historic times, does nature or nurture rule us? Have we inherited our parents’ personality or does the environment we grew up in change it with time? Our likes and dislikes, are they passed down through genetics or developed through experiences? Children inherit their eyes, mouth, nose from their parents, however, many researchers show that children tend to have similarities with their parents’ behaviors and personalities; The idiom ‘Like father, like son’ which means that the child is extremely similar to their parent, and even follow in their footsteps of profession and somehow, in terms of personality. This essay discusses factors, such as religious environment, social environment and political environment, and the extent
It is as if his mother doesn’t care or love her son enough to go out to lunch with him and that she thinks giving him money is good enough. She doesn’t know what it truly means to be a mother. Critic Nicki Sahlin, commented on the situation by writing, “The parents ' failure to provide a firm foundation establishes visible sources, if not excuses, for the younger generation 's shortcomings. That these characters are virtually abandoned by their parents, while hardly registering the fact consciously, accounts for some of their more generalized feelings of anxiety and malaise. Stereotypically spoiled in material terms, they are nevertheless neglected emotionally,