Child Development should be something that a parent and kid should be able to enjoy and not learn to be aggressive, because of the way that their parents punish them or talk to them with an aggressive tone of voice. Tone’s the most important part of changing a child’s behavior it’s simple act happy and energetic around them and they’ll follow in the same steps. Act aggressive and violent, then that’s the way the children will act. Furthermore, Khazan uses reverse phycology in “No Spanking, No Time Out, No Problem” to manipulate parents to help them elicit a positive attitude instead of a negative one from their children. She uses both narrative and expository writing styles to support her purpose of persuasion--to appeal to more parents and/or readers.
For example, the JWRC educates students (children), parents, and teachers on the following: internet and cell safety, cyber bullying, how to talk to your kids safely, recognizing risky behaviors and common lures (Prevention Education). This proves that the JWRC is trying to help solve the problem of child abductions because they are teaching people how to prevent child abductions. They have information online and on paper (phablet). The JWRC is truly trying to terminate this misfortune. Another example that shows the JWRC is working to stop child abductions is that they present on topics like about Jacob Wetterling, a boy who was abducted in 1989 which is also what this organization originated from.
Students will be improved in decision-making skills and to approach these issues with confidence. Sexual education would also generate the opportunities for students to talk to their parents honestly, boldly and openly about the issues which are related to sexuality. In addition, government could set up more sexual workshops, besides the No Apologies Workshop. The purpose of the workshop is to help young adult to commit and delay sexual involvement. It helps adolescents identify a clear consequence associated with premarital sex activity and understand the importance of healthy behaviours.
In the article of Gerard Jones, “Violent Media is Good for Kids” he tries to convince the audience, especially parents, that violent media is good for kids. He explains that violent media can be very beneficial to kids instead of harming them. Gerard Jones uses many literary devices to persuade the audience. He uses his own childhood experiences; he shares how he was, able to overcome his challenges or as Jones states in his article overcome “passivity and loneliness”. He also uses his son to continue to persuade the audience.
Activities should be assigned to parents and students to get them more involved and find a solution to the situation. For example; community service, anti-bullying workshops, and school activities. Also, parents should be required to be more involved with the student academics, social life, and be responsible for their child’s behavior. By being involved in their kid’s life, this will help the bully have a better understanding of the situation, and he or she will learn how dangerous and painful is being a bully. On the other hand, involved parents should have a better understanding as of why the student is having this behavior and will know how to help their child or seek additional help.
Various parties have anticipated in the effort of toy safety. However, society itself has to be educated regard the knowledge to enhance better awareness of the issues. Educating society has seem to be an effective practise to overcome social issues including overweight and obesity (Chan, et al., 2011); environmental (Zsóka, et al., 2013); and teenage smoking (Ayaz & Açıl, 2015). Consumer can empowered themselves with the consumerism knowledge, and help the society to understand what their role in being the conscious consumer (Mazlan, et al., 2014). Education should also be delivered to children at any age, allow them to be aware and stay aware from dangerous toy (Mulvaney, et al., 2012).
Balancing both time, content supervision, and face to face social and physical activities can greatly offset negative effects of technology in our modern society. Educating the adults of our world to further adapt along with our advancements in technology can greatly benefit the outcome of success and the overall well-being of our youth. Without supervision our children can fall into bad social, physical, and emotional habits that can carry on into adulthood. Without proper intervention, research suggests that these habits are increasingly debilitating developmental issues that can be avoided with proper care. By encouraging adults to constantly stay aware and understand all effects of technology, one can assure the influence of technology is the most positive with little room for any long term social, emotional, or physical
Also they were more likely to be arrested and prosecuted for criminal acts as adults(American Psychological Association). There can be some ways to prevent those phenomenons like having restrictions on watching and expressing and practicing media education. Especially the media consumers ought to get media education in schools. It is taken for granted that the media education has no impacts on teenagers and it can restrict the freedom of accessment and expressions of the media. However, the media education should be intensionally encouraged because it can enlighten the teenagers effectively, prevent imitative crimes, and gurantee the freedom of the expressions.
All these problems have complex impacts on our society in the future. The society should not continues to ignore the consequences of spanking. Corporal punishment is not the only method to teach children discipline. Parents should treat their children with respect, love and caring. They should spend more time and give more patient to children when trying to correct children’s behavior.
Parents:Of course we believe and trust you dear.We were only asking.We just wanted to know whether you ok with it or not. Child:Ofcourse I’m ok with it…….angry and mumble. I’m strongly believe that,as parents that love and take good care about their children will feel sad,upset,disappointed,confuse and angry when parents have a conversations like this with their children. Actually,there are various kinds of solutions that can be applied for educating teenagers to become a good person.According to Rhonda Reid (2011) in her books, 99 Things You Wish You Knew Before Facing a Bully,provided and suggested some effective ways and strategies that can be tried by parents in order to reduce and overcome bad behavioural changes among teenagers: (A)Take time to actively listen to your child without judging