The Greasers did not have a curfew. On the other hand, not having a curfew could lead into drugs, and gangs. The Greasers did not have a curfew, and they attend drugs and having gand fights. When teens don’t accept a curfew, they will stay out as behindhand as possible, which leads to breaking the laws with friends. The article states that “Cities and towns should have curfews.
For example, if a teenager wanted to drink alcohol, they could easily go over to a friend's house over the weekend and drink there and stay the night, without ever breaking curfew. In conclusion, a 10 pm weekday curfew and a midnight weekend curfew should not be placed on teenagers. So many teens partake in sports practices, church gatherings, study sessions, club meetings, work, etc. after school and many may not be able to meet curfew.
Some parents know their children are going to drink so they allow them to drink at home, with a hope that it will prevent them from going out doing senseless things. Underage drinking is very risky and can lead to variety of unoftunate and even tragic circumstances such as car accidents, violent behavior, alcohol poisoning, and other dangerous things. Most parents
If we change the laws and have juveniles tried as adults the crime rate in the United States will greatly decrease. The parents will start teaching their children responsibility and the teenagers will know that their actions will have consequences. There would also be less people in rehab centers as adults because they will learn as teenagers and not need to still be in trouble as adults. There is no reason to give the same crime different penalties because of a person’s age. If they can commit the same crime as an adult then they should pay the same price as an
Many teenagers are acting differently away from the parents because many of them be hanging out with friends that cause to act different (Pokhrel). Most of the time teen have friends that are older and be causing trouble in the streets but, not at home. When the kids are at school their parents always be thinking that their adolescentes must be doing the right thing. But, sometimes the adolescentes be hanging out with others teens that they may be part of it but, the parent doesn’t know their child be part of something illegal.
Taking something away as important as a teenager’s driving privileges will not make that teenager become a better student. (Long Sentence) Taking away TV, or video games would be a better idea, as they are something that may distract a student from studying or doing their homework. A car, in most cases, is not usually a distraction for students. (Cumulative sentence)
Teen gangs are dangerous for teens owing to the fact, as it is an easy way for one to get on an inauspicious path to life. Some people say teen gangs are not dangerous seeing that it can help teens who feel helpless and need love. Others consider teen gangs dangerous because it can cause teens to end up dead or in jail. Formerly, examples were given regarding why people think teenage gangs are robust and unfavorable as well as why teenagers get into gangs, moreover the information is going to be provided for one to tell if his or her child is involved in a gang.
“Homeless” written by Anna Quindlen, is about how people choose to be homeless instead of going to shelters and finding homes to live in. People wonder why those who don’t have homes would rather sleep sitting up on benches or huddled in door ways instead of going to shelters. Some do because they are emotionally ill, because "they have been locked in before and they are damned if they will be locked in again." Some are afraid of the violence and trouble they may find there. But some of them want things that are not available to them in shelters and they don’t want to compromise, not even for food or a shower.
That makes it is very easy for them to do a negative behaviors such as skip the class, play until midnight, go to the night club, start to smoke, or even drugs or free sex. These are the most dangerous problem that foreign student could have. Do not let the kids change badly just because they are study abroad. There is one key to avoid that risky things, Parents should make sure their child have a good self-control when they are planning to go study abroad and after child arrived at a new place, keep watch out their behaviors and ask about their daily activity. But parents should not force their children to tell them.
Pushing back the school starting times would not do anything for the amount of sleep the teens would get. There would be some teens that would go to bed at a good time and get more sleep and that would help them with their grades, but every few would do that because most teens are addicted to their phones/electronics so they would stay up on their electronics and not go to bed till later in the
Although this seems reasonable, it might get “old” to children around the age of eighteen, but will not diminish the excitement among younger generations to come. Students in school will be able to legally consume alcohol during school nights and this will cause them to have a hangover at school or possibly not even go at all. This could bring down school averages or cause a
I disagree with the city council’s decision because I think teenagers have a right to be out late, they may need to get away from their house because of danger, and there could be an emergency. First, if teenagers want to go out on the streets late then they should have a right to so. It may be the only time they can go out just to hang with friends or they may just need some air. Teenagers are old enough to decide if they want to go out late or not, they don’t always need adults telling them what to do; and curfew is one thing they don’t need. Second, some teenagers have problems at home such as being neglected or family problems that lead to abuse.
The Natural Minimum Drinking Age Act of 1984 has effectively established the drinking age to be 21 in order to drink alcohol in all fifty states. According to the National Minimum Drinking Age Act this law has saved 17,000 on the highways since 1988, and I believe this law should remain. 18-year-olds should not be allowed to drink. At the age of 18 one should not be allowed to drink alcohol because of the maturity level, increasing rates of car accidents and alcohol poisoning. Of course, many will disagree on the grounds of twenty-one being the age to purchase alcohol.
Every 15 minutes, a teenager dies due to drunk driving.(9) Austin Donovan Hall, now 18, lost control of the Chrysler convertible he was driving and smashed right into a tree and telephone pole, while driving 119 mph in a 35 mph lane.(7) He departed from an underage drinking party less than a mile away from where the incident occurred.(7) The vehicle then flew off the road hitting a tree and a light pole in the process.(7) Shawn Gangloff, age 15, was in the same accident.
Why kids under 18 should be allowed to vote I personally believe that all kids under 18 should be allowed to vote in elections. I think that it’s about time that we changed how the voting system works because most adults aren’t voting anyways. This is our future. What’s the point if the future generation isn’t even allowed to vote for who they think should be the leader?