Parents vs Celebrities

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Thesis Statement: Parents and celebrities influence the child in many ways. Parents instill the basic principles of life like personal hygiene, behavior in public, approach to studies, and respect for others while celebrities influence the major aspects of a person’s character such as the way he/she gets dressed, role in society, career, and personality development.

Personality Development:
Parents: Play major role as they are the first influence to the child and should try to develop his personality full of ethical and moral values. Celebrities: Don’t know the audience they target thus encouraging things like obstinacy, selfishness, and proudness. Career choice:

Parents: Children whose schooling is looked after by their parents usually develop high career goals. Celebrities: Much of the time it is the obsession of leading a glamorous life Socialization:

Parents: Instill the basic principles like behavior in public, respect for others, Celebrities: Promote things like drinking, fighting with others.

Parent’s vs Celebrities: an issue which has been a hot debate since the start of the 20th century. Teens are the main target in this argument. Which is correct and which is wrong a tough decision left to them in this tricky age. Family is the primary institution in the life of a child with the mother being the first teacher. The kid looks at his/her parent’s lifestyle and tries to adapt to them. Celebrities start to appeal to the individual during his/her teens who are overly concerned with feelings that they want to look good. Thus they start looking up to celebrities for every minor update to look good and modern.

Influence on Personality Development:
An  individual's personality is the complex of mental characteristics that makes them unique from other people. It includes all of the patterns of thought and emotions that cause us to do and say things in particular...
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