Parents's Effect On Child Behavior

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“Crime and Bad lives are the measure of a state’s failure, all crimes in the end are the crimes of the community”- H. G. Wells. The crucial moment of a child’s life is being young. This is because the mind is understanding the differentiation of good and bad. Children are also affected by their parents, since parents behavior acts as a model for a child to pick on. Overall, when a child is living in an impoverished environment and parents are working multiple jobs. The children get more affected by the environment, because their parents are not there for them on a constant. This means parents are unable to spend time with their kids and parent rely on the school systems for their child’s education. Furthermore, a child usually spends 5…show more content…
The growing period of a child life is very essential, due to the atmosphere they live and develop to commence being used to. But growing up is just a phase, because if a child lacks good role models in their childhood, then this incline to a conception that deplorable deportment is okay and presentable in the community. According to Parents’ Effect on Child Behavior by Rose Erickson mentions “Children model their parents and learn from them”(1). This means that every behavior from a parent is being observed from the child, and this is quite important, because when a parent struggle to make a living in the poor areas and a child does not understand the concept of saving money. A child simplify knows that they desire a certain toy and if they do get it then they are practically heart broken. According to The Influence of Peer Pressure on Criminal Behavior by May Omamogho Esiri, mention different aspects of a child’s reaction in which it slowly starts to relate toa criminals behavior. When a child sees other kids excel with branded clothes, shoes, and toys, they are likely to act out in an destructive way. “...to act and develop the copycat syndrome... desire the same kind of toys...parents start having difficulties exercising social control on the child because the values and opinions of their peers” (Esiri10). A way a stress out parent would react to this situation…show more content…
When it comes to a child picking education and gangs, a child would pick gangs. The reason would be that in gangs there is not inequality for race. Where the crime world sees no discrimination, the education system does. According to the article The Data Are Damning: How Race Influences School Funding by Gillian B. White, schools in the United States are unfunded in the minority areas mostly due to the students being poor and the lack of resources for the schooling fundings. Not just that Rich schools are able to receive more through taxes, where poor schools receive less. Receiving money is not only distributed because of poor areas, but it is distributed because the money presented is mostly from based on the race and the income of the family. The money distributed to schools are not given because a certain school has potential to give a better education, but the distribution occurs based on a parent’s income and the race, but not only that, the area the school is located at determines whether the money will help more of the rich or the poor. The disposition of fundings occurring in much bias way possible, because the establishment of a stigma that poor children do not have a chance to transform their lives, this establishes that the rich children are much of a better investment towards the funding.The disportion of the funding
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