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Today'S Teenagers Essay

  • Submitted by: mad1337
  • on December 7, 2008
  • Category: English
  • Length: 435 words

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Today’s teenagers

We see often violence on tv and even worst in video games. It’s the way we live today. It may be fun to watch a war movie but we never stop ourselves and think about the repercussions it may have on our kids and teenagers. That is why are believe that parents are to blame, and that the society has not to support parents that are poor to raise their children. (TS)  

As we know (V.3), parents are responsible for their children for a certain period in their life. When children are young, they can not take care of themselves alone. That’s a fact and there’s nothing to discuss about. But what we have to think of is: “When they stop to be responsible for them? If kids do crimes, is the parent who should go in court?” It may seem stupid but many people think yes. There is a kind of grey zone too. Everybody knows kids grow and they become adults. But when are they adult? For me after 14, a teenage is suppose to be enough intelligent to don’t do stupid things. If a person has financial problems and can not payback is debts, court shouldn’t go see his parents and ask for the money, it’s not them who are in trouble. It’s a major problem of our society, everybody is counting on another to help him if he’s in trouble, and this person is often parents.

In addition (T.2), there is another thing that is bugging me (V.2). It’s truly (T.1) not the role of the society to support and help parents raising their child. To have a kid, it’s a personal choice. Parents should take care of the education of the kid and not the society. It’s a recent phenomenon to see young adults and teenagers massively in jail. Why? I know the answer. Because there is a lack in their education. I know that there is not course for being a parent but they should take their responsibility in hand a stop blaming other people for their distress.

In summary (t.3), you saw (V1),that I’m not very much in love with parents who complain that it is the fault of the society if their...

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