These child workers become sacrifices of cheap industry and yet they are often taken for granted by local people. If the existing problems keep on worsening, the society will grow to be indifferent little by little and people’s wellbeing will be neglected. For another, child workers cannot afford the high fee for education so that they drop out of school early. This results in lacking social survival skills when they become adults. Because they are incompetent and can only do jobs which require little skills, it is hard for them to find jobs.
In other words, overprotected kids are problematic for teachers because they have a sense of entitlement and feel they should have things their way. They were not told by their parents that they are not the center of attention and they must learn to cooperate with others. Because they feel that they are special, they can 't accept the situation when it doesn 't go
Quality of schools and institutions started to decline in poor areas because of less financial and human resources. Rising residential segregation by parental earnings caused separate schools (Reardon and Bischoff, 2011). As a result, schools or colleges with poor family students have range of children with bad behavior or weak cognitive skills that have a negative impact on their classmates’ learning. These reasons are the main factors of decreasing level of
Should physical force as a form of discipline be criminalized? Would you use physical force when disciplining your child? Disciplining children using physical force is simply controversial as each parent has various parenting techniques. However, this raises discussion about how ethical physical discipline truly is and whether or not is should be criminalized. Parents that do use physical force on their children would disapprove that this form of discipline should be criminalized because they have learned from their parents that this is the proper way to raise a child deeming physical force as an ethical form of discipline.
However, children and families have not been the only victims of social pressure. As school populations rose, schools could not maintain the growth that had previously been exploited. The pressure faced by schools to support withstand a large group of students is evidently shown as education has been poor in developing countries. Furthermore, the social pressure faced by schools and families has added to the gender gap in literacy and academics. According to a source, fourteen of fifty-one developing countries show poor literacy for women.
• Always explain and help them to understand what types of behaviour you will not accept – shouting and violence are obviously key taboos. • Children who share a room seem to fight more than those with their own space. To keep things equal, each child should have their own place to keep treasured items, toys and clothes. • When arguments are particularly aggressive try to encourage your children to focus on the positives that are gained from having each other. Children are not born knowing how to deal with each other and they don’t intuitively know the difference between good and bad behaviour.
CAUSES: • Poverty is one such primary cause for child labour. Some cultural traditions where children or the successor have to follow their parent’s footstep or carry over their parents work get into child labour. Similarly years ago, education for girls was not given much importance’s and they were asked to do domestic work. Unemployment is increasing because of which they rely on child labour so that through this way, they can earn some sort of income which could benefit their family and live with basic necessities. The problems what children are facing in workplace are invisible to the world outside.
We shouldn’t blame on children for being the way they are, poverty and hard conditions are the responsible reasons for this, children are just victims. We should create a minimum family income and aware the parents of the importance of education, as the reason for most of the families that force their children to work is getting money or see that there is no value in education. If we help the poor families by giving them income in order to complete their life, the percentage of children that forced to work in order to get money will decrease. Second solution is to take care of education and develop the poor quality schools, We should help the parents to learn that learner child will help them and help the
It is therefore clear that the absence of the mother or father due to separate work stations denies children to develop parent-child relationships with their parents. It should be noted that children depend on the parents for comfort, security and love. Therefore if parents fail to provide these key factors they create mammoth stress on their children. As recognized by (Corneau, 1991) parents help their children to create an inner identity, have a sense of exploration, growth and self-esteem, and to make the transition from the world of the family to the world at