Let’s all be honest for a minute, some kids really do deserve a beating. Smacking your kids can be a great help for them in the long run, it will help teach them much better than a stern talking too. There are many benefits of hitting your kids, but people will obviously argue that hitting your kids can be a terrible thing. Of course, it only turns terrible if you take it too far.
Children will always want to know the truth so that is the best thing to do instead of getting caught in a lie. They will find out if you are lying eventually and this will only confuse the child about the real reasons of the divorce. Lies about the divorce will also cause doubt to your other statements
First I will go on to state each opponents strongest argument and then I will go on to discuss who I feel won the debate putting my personal basis aside. Corissa’s strongest argument was that exposure to violence can cause aggression in children. Children will grow up to imitate what they see and think that violence is the norm. She justified her argument by stating the statistics of children who watch media violence compared to those who do not and stated that their long-term aspirations included being criminal or “thugs” instead of doctors a more socially expected profession. This went against Kara’s argument that there is no link between violence and children unless we were to look at other variables including mental illness or children who are exposed to
Spanking can be effective when a child is not listening to a parent. If a child isn’t following proper rules and disregarding their parents’ statement, then a spanking can enforce a form of respect that the child has to follow (Jasmine, 2015). It can be an awakening to reality as the child could now think of how their actions are deviant. Parents that don’t resolve to spanking as the first and only method of discipline is essential for both the parents and the child. I believe a parent should always try to enforce rules by talking and showing examples of how deviant actions are frowned upon.
Once someone knows how it feels to be put down because of their eye color, ethnicity, or how much money they have, or whatever the circumstance may be, they would not ever what to be put in that predicament again. It can be all fun and games until the person doing the discriminating gets hurt too. She also tried the experiment on adults, which showed the same behavior as the third graders. I thought that was pretty interesting, because that basically said that age doesn’t mean anything, we all can be infected with this evilness. If this was taught to people more often, I honestly think that there would be less of this problem in the world.
If Esperanza hadn’t rushed to grow up she wouldn’t have been hanging out with Sally and most likely would have avoided this whole situation. When the author wrote about this it really showed her lesson of don’t grow up too fast, you can only be a child once because it shows how hard it is to be an adult but it uses kids to show it. Since the author did this it was a very powerful statement, if she hadn’t used kids you would have just thought that was a thing adults do, but since she used kids it showed what happens when you grow up
Injuries resulted from domestic violence, a large number of youth problems, they often strange character, to people, to things indifferent, biased understanding of a variety of charitable activities, and even hostile to the family and society. They evolved from verbal confrontation with their parents to act against, and even become a manufacturer of domestic violence, the path of delinquency. Negative impact on the healthy growth of young people caused, are: 1.Domestic violence causes severe psychological trauma
http://www.patheos.com/blogs/e2medianetwork/2014/08/how-divorce-impacts-teenagers-13-18-years-old/ in conclusion From the point of view of children, divorce is a stressful experience because of the disruption of the home and its financial, emotional, and social costs. The adverse impact, however, can be minimized by realistic and sensitive attention to its effects on children. Although divorce changes the living arrangements of affected families, sometimes it does not end family relationships likewise sometimes it does. For this reason, marriage and divorce counselling should deal with the perspectives
Parents will argue that this type of punishment is a quick and effective way to teach them a lesson they will not forget. The Social Work Research published a study conducted by Straus and colleagues (1997) has revealed that there is a link between physical punishment and poor cognitive problems. We’ve all heard the expression “children are like sponges”, and this proves to be true as the first years of a child’s life are the most crucial. When a parent uses physical punishment, it can be confusing to the child, as the person they love and respect are causing them fear and pain. Also, the level of anger coming from a parent that used physical abuse to discipline was the strongest cause of depression.
Most children today see their parents as a role model and wish to be just like them. In the act of becoming like them, these kids inherit all of their parents bad habits as their own affecting them in the way that creates a negative foundation on that child's life. Child abuse, which occurs more often than popularly thought, causes long lasting scarring to a child physically and mentally. Abuse happens in more than one way. A parents negative influence such as, bad habits, may cause their children to be exposed to a inappropriate lifestyle.
This allows for children to grow up believing that they can cheat and get away with it. These children then spread this ideology to their friends who are also beginning to think it is okay to cheat. All these children are therefore growing up believing that it is okay to cheat; they then teach their own children that cheating is an acceptable behavior. This results in a national decline in integrity because the upcoming generations are being raised with the ideology that it is appropriate for them to
But this is not true. This will make the child fear the parent and believe that anything they do badly will result in spanking of some kind. So what’s there to say that if a kid that does something bad on the playground at school the kid who gets spanked at home won’t want to hit that kid back for doing something that wasn’t “approved” of in his/her household? It’s about time spanking comes to an end.”
Everybody has different beliefs on rather children should be spanked, or if that is considered abuse. Their is a huge difference between spanking your child to show them what is right and wrong, and abusing them. Children have a more likely change to perform better later on in life if they get spanked at the appropriate time. I agree with some of the things bell hooks’ says, but disagree with how she views spanking. I believe that spanking can be a good tool as long as it is used correctly and only if all else has failed.
Kids that are spanked are more likely to kit others. Kids will follow in their parents footsteps. They were raised that way so they think it is okay. They don’t really know any other way to resolve a problem than by hitting. So if a kid gets into an argument at school they are more likely to hit their peers and other people.
When parents deal with tough financial situations, it can cause stress and anger within them. Some parents feel the need to take that stress and anger out on their children because they may feel their children are the reason they are in that financial situation, so the only way to get rid of that anger and frustration is to abuse that child. The effects of child neglect and abuse include: losing their parents, being moved into a foster care or a different facility, they may never feel the love of a parent, and many other effects come with neglecting and abusing a child. Both on the child and the parents. Every day, children bare the abuse physically, mentally, and sexually from their relatives, people they are close to, or even in some cases strangers off the street.