According to Time.com, the “temporary bans that campus create after attacks” are not strict enough. There should be more long term consequences for those who commit sexual assault crimes. Another punishment that should be enforced more is “bans on booze” (Time). Due to most sexual assaults involving alcohol consumption, there should be more strict laws and bans on alcohol. According to CollegeDrinkingPrevention.gov, “on average, about half of college student sexual assaults are associated with alcohol use”.
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.A curfew allows less time to get in trouble with gangs, alcohol, and things like that.” Having a curfew leads to not dealing with illegal things. When a teen does not have a curfew, it leads to frequently seeing cops.
Popular mass media affect not just how the public views people with mental illness, but, how the public thinks about the disorders themselves. Also, media can make a big change in a common misconception about mental illnesses that they are unremitting and untreatable (Friedan, 2008). For previous opinions some people encourage talking about mental illness in mass media. Opponents Claims Despite the evidence supporting talking about mental illness in media there is some evidence still unsupportive for this idea - opponent claims- focus on negative points such as: crime and violence. In addition, there is no direct correlation between mental illness and violence; sure, a small handful of misdiagnoses can interrupt a person 's connection to reality, causing them to believe things that are untrue (Friedan, 2008).
There is no practical connection between the falsely accused person and sexual offense cases. On the other hand, victims have experienced traumatic incidents and some of them remain unwell even after several years (the Guardian, 2013). Deep-rooted myths perpetuate stigma linked to victims, while the public fear sex offenders as well as offenders in other criminal cases. In this situation, the law should protect victims and encourage them to report to the police, and should not create any additional barriers to doing so. Meanwhile, it is essential for the government to carry out a great deal of constant publicity to alleviate or even remove bias against victims through the platform of media.
Many women are forced into rape due to drugs and alcohol that men provide. Women wake up nauseous the next day and have no clue to what they have done or what they should do. But what they do not know is that many online communities and supporters have reached out to the entire world about the rape culture of women. The use of technology has spread the message about the rape culture. As Maria Konnikova, the writer of the short story “the Limits of Friendships,” urged that “if you spend most of you time online, you may not get enough in-person group experience to learn how to properly interact on a larger scale,” which most people take advantage of.
Eve does not have good credibility because she blogs and contributes to an opinion magazine and website. The two places where she does most of her work is at Patheos.com and The Weekly Standard. Most people have never heard of Patheos.com or The Weekly Standard, therefore makes Eves credibility as an author not really qualified. Anyone can blog or write their opinion on a website and nothing about that is credible unless that person has built up credibility in more well-known established websites and magazines. Eve Tushnet may not have good credibility as an author, but she does use the appeal to logos well in her argument.
Overconsumption of alcohol on university campuses leads to an increase in sexual assaults and implementing mandatory alcohol workshops will reduce the number of cases by exposing incoming freshman to the dangers of alcohol in conjunction with sexual assaults. Sexual assault has been defined
I. INTRODUCTION Nowadays most of the youth are not totally engaged in reading some books. They are likely engaged in social media, gadgets because of modern technology that we embrace. Some says that book is boring because its content is wide and much time is needed. But we are wrong because Mr. Garry Paulsen, the one who wrote the book named “The Voyage of the Frog” can bring us to another dimension.
Each book is a portal to a world you interpret on your own and that is usually the authors goal. I believe that reading is a worthy topic of discussion for some people in this generation because reading itself is hard to pinpoint due to the vast amount of different interpretation of readers. It may be beneficial to discuss this topic for people who were never enlightened on the stigma of reading and have an intention of possibly changing the world’s idea of reading. Especially with the lack of reading that is happening throughout this current generation. Some may argue that we, as a society, are reading more than ever due to technology.
Boise State does seem to have a bit of a truancy problem though, along with a very low overall graduation rate. There could also be drugs available near Boise State, since students live really close to campus and some students like to party/experiment with drugs. I rarely ever hear about shootings or drive-by shootings near my school, but occasionally will hear about a random assault. I am
Senator has a logical main point and her arguments have reasonable basis, even though she justifies most of her arguments with her own experiences. There are a lot of studies and rumours regarding teenagers’ use of the internet and the social-media’s supposed threat to the young people’s ability to concentrate. Most adults do not have experiences with the internet and social media from a young age, but teenagers these days do. As Susan Senator implies, it is hypocritical of adults to worry so much about young people’s internet use, while not considering their own at all. Underestimating the youth’s comprehension of what the social-media involves is insulting and degrading.
Although I could not relate because of my lack of note-taking skills, the article did teach me a few things. The article helped me see that reading a book is more of a conversation with the author and myself. I believe Alder delivers an unyielding response and has a large number of the answers for the disagreement against marking in books. Alder does not say in his article that his view is the correct tactic but is rather only presenting a proposition of one way that he has attempted and experimented with and has discovered it to be an effective way. I believe this article could be read by anybody interested in increasing their learning experience and what they take out of their readings.
What people fail to realize is that although the internet has an endless amount of information, we the users don 't try to access all of it. Rather, just like when reading a book we move towards what we are interested in and what is useful to us.
While I agree with Deresiewicz 's idea that we as a humanity fear and truly don 't understand solitude, I don 't agree with how he presents his argument. He doesn 't have any convincing facts or details as to how social media and technology are truly ruining us. Also I think that when we are constantly on social media, we are truly more alone then ever. We often sit in front of a computer or phone and just wait for someone to reply or post or tweet. Sometimes we are simply reading the news, but most of the time we are by ourselves.
She provides terms and concepts at the end of the article, which is very helpful to the readers. One weakness is Harbeck does not give each proposed topic equal support in the article. For example, robbery did not have much detail as the other violent crimes. Harbeck also illustrates a book suggestion in the middle of the article that could have been placed at the end. Any American that is interested in learning more about violent crimes benefits from this article.