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The Increasing Number of Youths Responsible for the Negative Activities Is Alarming.

By | Jan. 2011
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To date, the growing up adolescents has become the society concern. It is unbecoming of youths nowadays, who are responsible for the negative activities which increasing dramatically. From bullying in school to rape, our youth seems to be more daring and menacing. This could be due to peer pressure or insufficient guidance. What seems to be the highlight of the day on the newspaper incessantly should have been the school violence. School violence nowadays has taken to an extent in which not only happen among the students, but some, involve school teachers. We might recall an incident in which two Form Four students barged in on a teacher while she was conducting lesson in another class. These two students acted violent by throwing one of the empty chairs towards the teacher when refused to leave the classroom. Another case in point, a few high school girls were bullying their 15 year old junior in the toilet in school when the vulnerable junior asked to pay the debt. These girls were not only taking turn indulging in the act of slapping the girls here and there, the worst-case scenario of all would be when the whole ordeal caught on tape and went on to website. From the example of cases above, we can see that the acts of violence among the youth are mostly take place when they are in group. This is not excluded other negative activities such as smoking, loitering downtown, skip classes as a group. Peer pressure is this how it all started. Teenager at his development stages might seeking his own identity or try to “fit-in” and for those who are more vulnerable in nature is easily manipulated by their own peers. One errant youth might starts to form clique by looking out for the vulnerable junior. While this depressed junior confuse with his own identity, he refuses, he might get threatened or bullied. One by one they try to influence others to join their group. When they succeed, they form the power of “togetherness” to perform whatever juvenile delinquency that...

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