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  • Bad Parents
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    Legal Liability 0 f Parents Parents should and should not be held legally responsible for their children's actions. Parents who are incompetent and parents who are in the system themselves should be held responsible for their children's actions. Parents who are handicapped and parents who are competent should not be held responsible for their children's actions. Parents that do not rear their children should be held responsible. There are parents who do not care what the child does as long as th...
  • Responsibility And Freedom
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    Let Freedom Ring Freedom and responsibility, freedom-ability to act freely; A state in which somebody is able to do as he or she chooses, without being subject to any restraints or restrictions, authority to make decisions independently. Responsibility- (accountability) the state fact or position of being responsible for somebody; (blame) the blame for something that has happened that you were responsible for; something to be responsible for: something for which a person or an organization is re...
  • Parental Responsibility For The Child
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    Poor Parenting can cause poorly behaved children " Where The Wild Things Are' was first published in 1963 and is the first part of a trilogy of award - winning books by American author and illustrator Maurice Sendak. 'Where The Wild Things Are' is haunting and imaginative and describes how a young child, called Max, creates a fictitious fantasy world in order to deal with the terrifying reality of anger. Poor parenting is a lack of parenting techniques and skills in relation to the responsibilit...
  • Responsible Parents
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    Why do parents blame celebrities for their children's actions Where are the parents Irresponsible parents use celebrities as an excuse for their lack of interest in their children's lives. I strongly agree that the parents should be at fault. Parents who know their children's thoughts and feelings towards things are usually the best parents. If parents know what their children are like, you should know more about their personality. If a parent doesn't like what their children watch or listen to,...
  • Responsible Parent
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    Michael Malleske English 085 Being A teenage Parent: Good or Bad Is being a teenage parent as hard as people say it is From some people's perspective, the answer may be yes! But the people who have a positive attitude and are realistic, their answer might be different. I personally can relate and feel that there are many reasons that being a teen-parent can teach you a lot and be beneficial. The situation pushes a person to go to college, teaches them how to manage time well, and the biggest pro...
  • Type Of Public Assistance Houses Parents
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    1... The needs of public assistance helps single parents or families just starting out with low income; Theses help qualify them for public housing and assistance... They usually receive the basic things that any person with a full time job would receive such as, medical cards, health insurance, dental insurance, and eye care. 2. I really don't pay taxes, so I really shouldn't have any opinions about this issue, but I do. I don't really mind the public assisted people especially the ones who are...
  • Stacy's Responsibilities
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    As a parent with a young child, your main goal is to teach him responsibility. When children are growing up, especially your own children, you only want what is best for them. You want them to make good decisions and the right choices. But as we all know, sometimes that is not always what happens; that is why not only children but people must accept responsibility for their actions. People are sometimes forced to make decisions that are not always the right ones or the easiest ones. For example,...
  • Responsibilities Are More Important Than Rights
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    Responsibilities are more important than Rights Everyone has rights and responsibilities. Rights are things that people are aloud to do. Responsibilities are things that people are expected to do. In this essay, I will be telling you some facts why responsibilities are more important in the society of Waknuk. The first point is David's father, Joseph Storm hates offences and blasphemies because of his religion. Next is Old Jacob thinks that rules should be changed in Waknuk because he wants it t...
  • Parental Responsibility Law
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    Thoughts on the Parental Responsibility Act Eighteen cases, in 1990, resulted in a parent serving time in jail for crimes committed by his or her child. In my opinion, Feel that parents should not be held responsible if his or her child commits a crime. There are a couple of reasons why I feel this is not a good law. First, I believe no parent can keep track of their son or daughter 24 hours a day. In a real world parents have far more to do than to monitor their child every minute of the day to...
  • Our Barbies And My Best Friends
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    Growing up as a child I would always think about how much i wanted to get married and having children one day. Playing Barbies with my sister and / or my best friend and acting out with Barbie and Ken how I thought life would be for me when i got older. I remember one particular day where my sister, best friend and i had dedicated one day for just playing Barbies. We had all of our Barbies layed out with all the clothes, shoes, purses, hats and other accessories all around the room. But we took ...
  • Parents Use Limits And Expectations
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    In 1978, Dr. Diana Baumrind was the first to define the four parenting styles. Since then, there have been more styles that utilize different category designs. For Baumrind, her categories were responsiveness and demanding ness. Responsiveness is defined as warmth: a parent's response to the needs of a child in an accepting and supporting way. Responsiveness can also be used interchangeable with love. Parents use love as a tool to teach right from wrong, increase a child's self-esteem, and encou...
  • Authoritative And Authoritarian Parents
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    Categorizing parents according to whether they are high or low on parental demands and responsiveness creates a typology of four parenting styles: permissive, authoritarian, authoritative, and uninvolved. (Mac coby & Martin, 1983). Each of these parenting styles reflects different naturally occurring patterns of parental values, practices, and behaviors and a distinct balance of responsiveness and how much they demand. Permissive parents (also referred to as "indulgent" or "non-directive") are m...
  • 4 Parenting Styles
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    There are 4 parenting styles based on parental responsiveness and demandiveness. These styles are Authoritative, Authoritarian, Indulgent parents, and Indifferent. The Authoritative parents are warm but firm. These parents set standards based on their childs capabilities both mentally and physically and these standards are not set in stone. These parents can be reasoned with. Authoritative parents place a high value on self direction (autonomy). Examples of these parents discussed in class are B...
  • Parental Permission
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    Last month, a Michigan court ordered producers of the "Jenny Jones Show" to pay $25 million to the family of a homosexual who was murdered after he revealed his secret crush on a heterosexual man. Philadelphia Mayor Ed Rendell wants to add a new liability for cigarette manufacturers by suing them for fires caused by careless smoking. Several big city mayors have brought suits against gun manufacturers to recoup some of the costs stemming from the murder and mayhem in their cities. In the wake of...
  • Achieving Children Parents
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    Parenting is such a complex area involving efforts to help and change children. Many parents had little advanced warning of what an enormous task raising a child really would be. To produce happy well adjusted energetic self- controlled, friendly, achieving children parents have to show them more love, give them more praise than criticism, more rewards than punishment. Children need to be guided, corrected, and given high goals, values, responsibilities depending on the childs abilities and need...
  • Parental Responsibility Legislation In Some States
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    Parents Need to Take Responsibility Should parents be held responsible for the actions of their children? I think they should. This subject has been debated on for many years now but has become increasingly popular in the last ten to fifteen years. The public has become more and more concerned with juvenile crime and how to reduce it. They have tried tougher laws and punishments for the child offenders and even created special police units to fight youth crime and nothing seems to be helping. Th...
  • Same Mistake
    361 words
    OK, now as I start out, I just wish you not be criticizing of anyone. After that point is made, I shall start. Parents are, in a way, a "necessary evil". Even though I may be biased in this conclusion (as you will see shown in later evidence) but I am still firmly convinced it is true. Parents, in theory, have forgotten what it's like to be a child in this fright " ning world of sin. They have been brainwashed by the daily drudgery of their occupation, blinded by modern-day society. They take ou...

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