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  • Pressure To The Student
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    As new students head off to college, thousands of young adults are getting their first real taste of freedom - a chance to sketch out dreams, manage their time, and test various Ramen Noodle creations unaware of the pressures they are about to commit themselves to. According to Zinsser all college pressures can be combined into four classifications. Peer Pressure, Economic and Parental Pressures, and Self-Induced Pressure. Without them a student of our generation would not be a student, but with...
  • Main Causes Of Peer Pressure
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    Peer Pressure Have you ever been pressured into doing something that you knew was the wrong thing to do Or even pressured someone into doing something wrong Why is it almost impossible for a kid to hang with the cool crowd, without being pressured at least once to do something bad The problem with adolescents these days is that they will do anything it takes to be cool, even if it means being pressured into doing something they know is extremely wrong. The min causes of peer pressure are televis...
  • Parental Pressure Within High School Students
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    Parental Pressure within High School Students. I became interested in this topic because my entire academic life has been filled with pressure from my parents. This pressure was mainly in school and grades, and in high school, the amount of pressure increased dramatically. This is because my parents now realized that everything in high school counts towards college. When I first came to high school, my grades were not as good as they were in middle school. I needed a little time to adapt to high...
  • Minds Of The Students And The Pressures
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    Analysis of College Pressures In the essay College Pressures, William Zinsser shows parents the burdens that college students have while they are in school. In the essay he states the four pressures that the students face: economic, parental, peer, and self-induced. The reader can be easily confused when Zinsser first begins the essay. It starts off with someone writing notes to someone else, but who is speaking Zinsser then follows this by fully explaining who is writing the notes, a student, a...
  • Parent Participation
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    Nearly every child, at one point or another in its young and impressionable life, has participated in athletics. Beneath the purity of athletics and recreation, however, lies an overwhelming attitude, such as the win-at-all cost coaches and overbearing parents that have turned this innocent recreational activity into a nightmarish hell for some young participants. It has left many wondering if youth athletics is a helpful or a harmful stage in a childs life. Conventional wisdom tells us that the...
  • Peer Pressure Parents
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    An Unbalanced Equation I think the number one cause of youth association of drugs is the un-involvement of the parents. All major causes of youth drug abuse can be prevented if the parents had more impact and / or were more involved in their children's lives. Here are my personal, significant reasons of youth drug abuse: Peer Pressure- Parents should teach their children to be leaders. Problems in the Household / Neglect- Parents should pay more attention to their children's lives and emotions. ...

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