NEGATIVE EFFECTS OF RELIGION ON SOCIETY Religious groups have had vey bad effects on society; they caused a lot of harm to people and property. Firstly they cause death, injury and might even people for life. Some people would even get traumatized as a result of havocs caused by religious bodies. These people kill people a lot. For example a great number of people were killed in Nigeria when Boko Haram bombed the mosque one Friday.
A History of Misgiven Information Genocides are the mass killings of a group of people, and sometimes even an entire race. The Holocaust is one of the largest genocides that the world has ever seen. Because society is not educated on these horrific events, genocides continue to take place. Society has moved forward in so many forms of communication that there are numerous ways to convey the message of remembering a genocide. Jane Yolen 's novel, The Devil’s Arithmetic, more aptly conveys the message of remembering than Donna Deitch’s film adaptation as seen through dehumanization, boxcars, and a love interest.
Many people feel like those things like morals, manners and discipline should be left to parenting, schools should be focused on educational contents. Yet classroom observations often indicate that perhaps parents are not adequately socializing their children and are instead shifting the blame or responsibility to the school educators. Castellana E (2004) writes that schools often restrict freedom with a promise that they are preparing students for freedom later elsewhere. Castellana further contends that this sort of learning undermines peace because by enforcing submission, students cannot learn how to encounter and overcome conflict without
Society will always differ over how we should and should not publicly post what we choose, the government also gets involved in this which takes away some of our amendment rights. The majority of people believe that by not allowing some things to be said or published, that this constitutional right is being violated. In essence, this means that government censorship would primarily attempt to stop an unintentional effect of certain speech or expression on the Internet; in other words, the government would be opposing the idea of individualism in society. Our rights get violated in everyday life and the government hinders part of it. Society should have fullness of their right and be allowed to post whatever they please to without worrying about it being removed by the
On one hand, you had people who loved the idea of their kids having to go to school for a set number of years and the state providing it. On the other hand, there were and still are many who are oppose to it. They claim that making kids go to school for a certain portion of their lives is unconstitutional. In the end, though, there are multiple laws in place that set the guidelines for the attendance of people in school. Although there are many people who feel they should decide whether their kid gets an education I believe it is important for students to attend school-whether or not they feel they will sue the information it will give them the skills to grow as a person and the ability to interact with others.
Since “physical punishment is a common form of child discipline” (Watkinson & Rock, 2014) around the world, we will hence concentrate on this for this paper. As social workers, we need to be mindful of this parenting style and how it is constantly evolving. Punishment that was once the norm is now banned in some of the Western countries. We need to understand why physical punishment may no longer be the common tool in disciplining and more importantly what reasons that cause some countries’ law to pass it as illegal (Watkinson & Rock, 2014). By definition, we can say parents equate discipline with punishment as a means to get the child to immediately comply in the short-term, and for the child “to comply in the future and in their absence” (Kuczynski, 1984).
Schools also only focus on the large facts that some children might not understand. The information that is going into a child's brain should be told at their education level, because then the child will remember it better. Teachers should not focus on the large idea, but focus on the small ideas that have formed the large one. Take for instance, Martin Luther King Jr. Telling children just that he was a civil rights leader who was assassinated is not doing anything for the child’s knowledge.
Many students that know uniforms will be beneficially, but don’t agree with school uniforms will continue to disagree with implementing them. It can be easily agreed that school uniforms may take away their self-expression in school, but what matters more in school is the way of learning. It can also be agreed that many students do not accept the self-expression of their classmates and make fun of them. Students, parents, and school administration should be able to recognize the benefits that school uniforms come with. In conclusion, school uniforms are a great thing to have in schools.
The Causes of Politicization of Religion Sometimes the cause of politicization of religion is the growing anger by a certain religions or sects of religion as a result of oppression by the state or other religions. The persecution which is not only discriminatory; but also create physical as well as psychological ruthlessness, may produce anger and make the oppressed desperate for freedom (Grim, 2007, pp. 633-658). For example, in Nigeria in 2010. 12,000 people killed in a cycle of violence as a tumour of anger between Christians and Muslims stretching back more than a decade (Greene, 2010).
When we want to totally remove bullying, then there is a high tendency that we establish similar setting of prisons where every student is carefully watched and controlled. The issue is even more complicated, because when you make one area strict controlled “anti-bullying” zone the bullying moves to another area. In the end, making the school environment as far as possible counting in all levels of anti-bullying , it can still happen on the way home. That means schools should not be overly controlled environments, rather they should teach children to get along without the need for bullying. Today’s anti-bullying psychological methodologies are doing just