This shows that spanking is becoming a trend. This is very common now to every child in a normal household. Any form of physical punishment to a child is immoral. This is due to the fact that it can lead to child abuse and cause even more behavioral problems. Spanking is a form of physical punishment that greatly affects the child physically, emotionally, mentally, and socially.
This includes not just thinking upon, but also acting upon it. The same African-American males labeled as “mean” or “scary” will apply that label to themselves and act that way, showing aggression that leads into criminal actions. Kids with anxiety or autism labeled “weird” or “weak” when applying that label to themselves will, when acting that way, force themselves to do reckless actions that could cause harm to them and others to prove themselves otherwise.
Also, the level of anger coming from a parent that used physical abuse to discipline was the strongest cause of depression. These studies have also shown that physical punishment can have negative effects on children such as “future spousal abuse, child abuse, depression, suicide, and alcohol abuse.” Overall, the mental effects of physical punishment ties into physical effects. Either the child will have antisocial behavior that includes depression and suicide or more aggressive behavior such as spousal abuse, child abuse and etc. Either way, both effects are equally detrimental to the
It showed the darker side of people, and now we have to learn about the terrible things people did in the past. The term mob mentality is used to refer to unique behavioral characteristics that emerge when people are in large groups. It is often used in a negative sense, because the term “mob” typically conjures up an image of an aggressive, chaotic group of people. Social psychologists who study group behavior also use terms such as “herd behavior,” "herd mentality" or “crowd hysteria” to describe similar behaviors (Smith). It happens because people think they are doing the right thing by hurting other people.
The Bad Kids uses an assortment of techniques to create a way to get the viewer emotional involved in the story. The techniques involved in the film are shots of the weather, the way voice overs are used, and the overall structure of each child’s conflict. The director’s purpose in using these techniques is to get the viewer to see that these kids, who have had a hard life, are largely victims of the circumstances that they were born into. These kids are just a few in a country and world where millions of kids are written off as “bad kids” that have nothing to offer to the world. The director shows that they have a story behind that label and that their stories continue even have people have written them off.
In To Kill a Mockingbird, Harper Lee explores the dynamics of a loss of innocence through racism, unique perspectives, and exposure to an unjust society. Because of Calpurnia’s background, she is able to instill values of equity in the children. In Tom Robinson’s trial, Harper Lee illustrates how fear and racism are more powerful than reason and moral integrity. Because of Scout and Jem’s exposure to their immoral society, they come to dramatically different conclusions of good and evil. Through the numerous life lessons that constitute their maturing, the children are taught to recognize human nature.
Combining all the arguments together, Ellison’s narrative is a personal illustration of the many negative effects discrimination and racism has on the African American youth that may lead to a worse off society, but a stasis of status quo eliminates any chance for change. He establishes discrimination to primarily at fault of adults both White and Black, and, due to the lack of change, it is better off to ignore the suffering. However, he fails to acknowledge the consequences produced from ignoring a problem, and, should tackling discrimination and racism be taken actively, then the issues he had argued previously, such as how discrimination forced Black children into ill-labor, may be dissolved. In the end, nevertheless, the narrative conveys
The use of punitive measures as a method of criminal justice practices has barely rehabilitated juvenile offenders in the state of Chicago. These punitive methods impact the juvenile offenders, leading to radicalization and crime delinquency in the state. On the other hand, restorative justice incorporates all the parties in a specific offense with the aim of collectively dealing with the aftermath of such an offense and the determination of the future implications of the situation (Johnstone 115). Targeting different facets of the society, restorative justice seeks to involve all the stakeholders and through such efforts, the system is essentially changing how the society and the state of Chicago view juvenile justice systems. Juvenile justice
Child abuse is one of the most horrifying, debilitating, and scarring forms of torture to ever exist. Subjecting innocent children to these cruel acts of horror is truly outrageous and immoral and would be best eradicated. However, child abuse is appallingly common in today’s society and most people are preoccupied with the idea of the act itself, overlooking the other chilling aspects of it. In reality, although the mistreatment itself is quite frightening to a child, it is crucially important to note how severely it can affect a child’s future. It is evident that the adverse effects of different child abuses, such as physical, religious and divorce abuse, directly influence the actions and emotions of characters in Neal Shusterman’s Unwind
This can lead to many problems like suicide attempt or anything that involves crime. Although there is already a law that protects people from bullying especially the youth, it is not properly implemented and there are still victims of it. Bullying through verbal assault is very common and has been experienced by many students. This means that there are still many things to consider in order to make an effective law for bullying. Another way of degrading a person’s self-worth is by spreading false