• Filipino Adolescents in Changing Times*
    17 to 21), place of residence (urban and rural) socio-economic status (using type of school as variable, that is private and public or out-of-school youth), and living arrangements (staying with or living away from family). These characteristics were considered to have a major impact on adolescent attitude...
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  • Hassan
    Education is not only cognitive and intellectual learning, and learning of skills and work-related competences. It is much broader to include moral and ethical issues, values, attitudes, religion, spiritualism, art and more. It is, indeed, important to focus on this when education in schools and universities...
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  • Eve Teasing
    from the word “eve” which literally means early. So it is generally concluded that “eve teasing” means teasing girls who are at their early age of youth or at the early stage of their sexual growth. However, the fact is, the term does originates from the word “eve” but it actually refers to our first...
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  • Sex Education in Secondary Schools
    sexually transmitted diseases, unintended pregnancy and even abortion, that will enable them to reach their goals in life. Research shows that one youth is infected with HIV every hour of everyday, while 5% increase in teenage birthrate, 40.5 births per 100 young woman ages 15-19 (Hamilton et.al.2009)...
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  • Sexting: the Moral Panic of Our Time
    Sexting is the moral panic of our time. A moral panic is the intensity of feeling expressed in a population about an issue that appears to threaten social order. Something commonly known as ‘Sexting’ is sending nude or semi-nude photos to another through mobile phone. More and more often, teenagers...
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  • Student
    CAUSES AND EFFECTS There has been a heated public debate on the rise and devastating effects of sectarianism and bigotry among the citizens of the United Kingdom with more emphasis on Scotland and Northern Ireland. In some quarters, it is believed that sectarianism and bigotry...
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  • Tata Tea
    & Company, to develop value-added teas. Over the years, the brand has diversified its production segments into five major brands in the Indian market – Tata Tea, Tetley Tea, Kanan Devan, Chakra Gold and Gemini. The Tata Tea brand not only leads in market share in terms of value and volume in India but...
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  • Tv a Boon or Curse
    Youth in resolving corruption. [pic][pic][pic][pic]         Corruption is rampant in our social and political life. Like cancer it is eating into the vitals of the society.Self-serving politicians and their agents and power brokers can stoop to any extent to feather their own nest. No body is free from...
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  • Indiscipline Among Students
    Indiscipline among students has become so rampart that people freely criticize them. Teachers accuse them for want of respect. Parents are dissatisfied with them because they do not get good marks -in the examination and waste time in this and that. And if we talk about the students we see that they...
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  • Character Development
    CHAPTER I CHARACTER DEVELOPMENT: THE CHALLENGE AND THE MODEL Concern for the values and morals of the young is an enduring adult preoccupation. Down through recorded history, this worry about the character of the younger generation is evident. Concern, however, has never been enough to ensure...
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  • 1920's Youth
    young women in the 1920’s reflect bad morals? The youth of America in the 1920’s behaved very differently than the generations that came before them. They indulged in experiences that defined their time and raised questions of morality among peers and elders. Youth in the 1920’s changed fashion, sexual...
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  • National Service
    unity among the youth. The National Service Training Program (PLKN) is implemented to achieve the following objectives: i. To develop and enhance the spirit of patriotism amongst youth ii. To encourage national integration and racial unity iii. To build character through imparting core moral values ...
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  • Importance of Moral Education in Your Child’s Education
    Moral education is becoming an increasingly popular topic in the fields of psychology and education. Media reports of increased violent juvenile crime, teen pregnancy, and suicide have caused many to declare a moral crisis in our nation. Jean Piaget is among the first psychologists whose work remains...
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  • How to Curb Juvenile Delinquency
    the mid-twentieh century. Youth crime is an aspect of crime which receives great attention from the news media and politicians. ‘Juvenile delinquent’ is someone between 12 and 17 years who through the due process of law and therefore subject to punishments determined by a youth court. Parents, society...
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  • Ethnic and Race Formation and the Internet
    to be published. Knowing the criteria for assessing web pages, the obtaining of misleading information can be avoided. Stereotypes generally occur among races that appear to differ from one’s own. It happens as a result of a person’s subconscious mind to group and generalize a person by their descriptions...
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  • Impact of the Internet on the Morals of Young People
    Impact of internet on the morals of young people Name:William Alberts Course: WRTG 101 Instructor: Barbara A Scrupski Date: April 27, 2013 Impact of internet on the morals of young people Introduction The Internet is the latest form of technology...
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  • youth - their dreams and aspiratios
    Youth: struggles, aspirations, possibilities SINCE ancient times, the youth have played a critical, even determining, role in influencing both polity and society. The situation in Bangladesh is no different, perhaps more so than in other countries, because the youth have traditionally constituted the...
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  • Skyes Questions
    THE “VALUES” WASTELAND Charles Sykes Questions for Close Reading (p. 222) 1. Sykes’s thesis is that the American educational system is not providing students with firm guidelines to help them make moral choices. This thesis is stated directly in paragraph 3 (“A 1992 survey by the Josephson Institute ...
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  • Deterioration of Values
    Today, we can see big change in the moral values of people and this change is not positive but negative. Lack of family, religious values and parental control can be described as the main cause for the decline in moral values among youths today. In earlier times, the younger generation respected elders...
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  • Adolescents High Risk Sexual Behaviour. Implicatons for Counselling
    its associated unpalatable outcomes. The paper aims at identifying the relative causes and consequences of adolescents’ high-risk sexual behaviour among SS2 students of selected secondary schools in Enugu State metropolis. The sample consisted of 150 SS2 students randomly selected from three schools...
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