Due to the fact, the Junior had so many problems starting from the moment he was born he never really fit in and was bullied constantly making him feel isolated and alone. It was not until Rowdy came along that he made a friend no one expected because they were complete opposites. Junior not only faced isolation from his physical characteristic but his background as well. The novel is based
You couldn’t even bear any cars any more. I got feeling so lonesome and rotten, I even felt like waking Ackley up.”(Salinger 50). This is what causes people to be depressed, having problems with nobody being with you to help. Being at this emotional state makes Holden to be emotionally unstable. For example, sometimes he is unreasonably aggressive, shouting at Sally or trying to punch Stradlatter, at the same time being quiet and unconfident, not contacting with Jane.
“Parents do not care where their children are or whom they are with and what they are doing ”, we are facing a generation of young, bored and undisciplined children who have not received the affection and care from their parents, as they probably should. The children’s morals, values and discipline are in the hands of their parents, and at the end the parents are just as responsible as the kids. We need a system that draws a clear and heavy line between right and wrong, and as the prime minister also said: “If you are old enough to commit these crimes, you are old enough to face the punishment”, and with that he means that you should take the consequences and the punishment for your own actions, no matter of your age. But just imprisoning young kids would probably alone not solve the problem. We must get involved, and ask for the parents of the kids, and let them get involved in what their children are doing.
His parents would abuse him physically and mentally. His father was alcoholic and he had disciplinary strategies for Holmes to listen like food deprivation, and using kerosene rags to quiet him when Holmes cried. He was incredibly bright and intelligent. He was a loner in school. He never developed real meaningful relationships and was bullied in school.
People who change their sexuality are not getting equality. People is lives were jeopardized because they would get abused, their safety wasn’t good for them, adults having trouble at work, they don’t get health care, kids don’t their education that they need, adults can 't start a family of their own, and pursue their goals (“Gender, Sexuality, & Identity"). LGBT people are harassed and discriminated against, an attacked because of their sexuality. Adults gets fired from their jobs and kids were at risk because who they are. People get judged and rejected everywhere they go.
They know at the time of doing the crime that it is wrong and they still go through with they're are doing. If it is a parents problem, then they should have their children taken away from them for not teaching them the right values and not setting a good example. If we start trying our teenagers as adults then in time we will see a decrease in the amount of parents that mistreat their kids. Those parents will have learned that they have to take responsibility, even at a young age for their actions and they will teach their children that. This will cause those teenagers to know what it wrong before they ever have to learn by going to prison.
When Stanley arrived at camp green lake he was overweight, weak, & timed. For the same reason, he is always being teased by the kids from school. nobody respected him and the statement “ even his teachers sometimes made cruel comments without realizing,”(7) proves that at his old school nobody accepted the way and size Stanley was. As well as being overweight,
In reality it’s too late, but to a kid they believe they should be forgave. Sentencing an adult for a crime is reasonable because they know and understand the consequences that would be given. A kid may know, but still it won’t register into their heads like it would an adult. Brain activity take play into our daily lives. This is how we function everyday and make decisions.
This is because there is no control or motivation, often offered by adults, in place. The fact that the children come to the point of killing each other shows how much self-control and adult supervision is needed in everyday life. The attempt and failure at government, the fact most of the the children want to have fun instead of concentrating on rescue, and the murders of Simon and Piggy show how “Lord of the Flies” is an example of the struggle to survive without an adult presence. For one, the children’s attempt at government fails without the the help of adults. Wisdom is one of the traits the boys lack that leads to the demise of their system.
This helps them make better decisions and prepares them to bear with the consequences that come with the decision made. Thus, teenagers are now capable of questioning the norms and boundaries they have grown accustomed to, such as house and school rules, religious beliefs and also cultural practices. Also, the setting of new personal goals and the achievements in various fields is not uncommon among teenagers. Alongside decision making, teenagers are also expected to be able to distinguish right from wrong and facts from opinion. For example, teens may bring up the question of the importance and relevance of a curfew.
However, there is still work needing to be done to help improve the current system. One of the key items needing to be added is education. Schools, as well as parents, are not educating young students about the dangers of alcohol. If education of these dangers is increased, students will have a better understanding of what they are getting into when they do drink. This will help decrease the abuse of alcohol at an early age, and teach responsibility when they do drink to keep themselves and everyone around them