Teens usually ignore this type of anger because it threatened them and increases stress. 3. Aggressive: this is the most threatening behavior which leads to violent acts towards oneself, other people and environment. It also damages work or school problems and destroys relationships. The signs and symptoms to recognize the aggression in teens are clinging of teeth, increased blood pressure, increase heart rate, irritability, loud pressured speech, intrusive demands for attention and verbal threats towards
Numerous studies have shown that domestic violence has a huge impact on children and teenagers and can lead to internal and external behavioral problems. These can include aggression, anxiety and depression. When children are exposed to violence or abuse, it affects them tremendously when they become teenagers. Adolescence is a time when a person is figuring out who they are and their self-esteem will develop either confidently or not so confidently. When abuse has been in the picture, it is very difficult for an adolescence to develop to their full potential and delinquency can occur.
Insecurity is done by people also the other says that insecurity is the reason why young adults become bullies, however, there are several factors to prove that being insecure can lead to bullying. There are five roots of insecurity causes young adults to become bullies, this are the body image, parental over protection, temperament, parental expectation, also money. Based on the author ( 2013 )Dr. Gerald Stein, the root of bullying are the body image. Through your body you can use it to bully, those body image is lofty, hair, and several are chubby that’s why they have a look also a strength to be frightened. Second, parental over protection can lead to bullying because of insecurities that they felt for other people, just for example, you are a teenager and your parents are strict.
The lack of a safe environment is even more detrimental to these children’s lives and creates a vicious cycle. Chlidren on the streets are constantly exposed to the dangers of gangs, rapists, drug addicts, and smugglers. Due to their lack of protection from such dangers, street children are often targets of heinous crimes. Most street children are either subjected or have viewed police brutality such as shootings, chain whippings, sexual violence, and much more. Some may be forcefully sent to youth detention centers that fail to meet the standards of international human rights.
It is stated that many large communities are at great risk of significant gang activity. Gangs produce negative issues such as fear which deals with loss of economic opportunities; drop in the social status of the area and the destroying of families fabric of society. Throughout this paper we would be looking at gangs in schools, street gangs and youth gangs just to name a few and try to show how they affect the society significantly. Gangs in school can have an adverse effect on teachers, safety officers, principal, social workers and all members of staff as they may fear for their lives if they intervene in gang activities or try to protect a child. As we know the school is an institution for learning and according to the functionalist perspective which deals with various parts of society are seem to be interrelated and taken together they form a complete system.
The effects of bullying take a toll on children and mostly teenagers. Teenagers are the major group to be concern due to numerous reasons. Teenagers are in a time of their life when they are growing and experience new things, going through puberty and are going to feel new emotions they never felt before. Cyberbullying can leave teens so depress that it can lead to them committing suicide to avoid getting bullied and ridicule to the committing a serious crime such as killing, or attempting to kill their bullies. Cyber bullying can also lead to teens having low self-esteem and thinking down on themselves.
Juvenile Delinquency is a phenomenon that affects communities worldwide, according to staggering media reports, both print and electronic, where Juveniles today are killing each other over turf, insults, Jokes, and a matter of machismo, and are now competing with the career criminals, in conducting deviant acts such as theft, murder/wounding, drug abuse, the sale of drugs, promiscuity and other arrest-able and non-arrest-able offenses. Some factors affecting juvenile delinquency are; family structure, commonly referred to as ‘‘broken homes’’ (Spohn, and Kurtz, 2011) and the relationship between the parent and child, so we look at the different family structures, the delinquent characteristics of family members, parental styles, parental attitudes,
What underlying problems revolve around Juvenile Delinquency? Throughout the years Juvenile Delinquency has been a major problem in the whole world. It has contributed to the increasing crime rate and it grows at an alarming pace. The Philippine government faces a considerable problem in deciding whether they should or should not imprison the miscreants of the problem, the juveniles. While it is said that juveniles cause problems in the country, there may be an underlying problem that they face that moves them to do the crimes, like the environment where they live in or the influence they got from the people surrounding them.
A social problem is a state that at least some people in a community sentiment as being unpleasant. Young adults open to all sorts of social problems as teenagers have very high curiosity, besides college students are also included in this group. Nowadays, every newspaper is filled with various reports about unpleasant social condition among our country’s youngsters. For examples of social problems in Malaysia include crime, violence, gangsterism, drug abuse, baby dumping, vandalism, and young relationship among youth. However, drug abuse among the youth in Malaysia is becoming a grave concern.
“Aggression and related behaviours in children and adolescents are central issues in our time, from public school shootings and similar instances of “children killed other children” to concern about rising rates of youth crime and delinquency in the community, to the relationship between unrecognized and untreated mental illness and violence in youngsters, there are many worries and much debate about excessive, inappropriate aggression in young people in our society”. (Connor, 2002, p. 1) This report will explore the causal elements and mechanisms of aggressive behavior seen in teenagers. In psychology the term aggression can be said to refer to an assortment of behaviors that