Do Curfews Keep Teens Out of Trouble
Lee Liang Jun
Yong Jie Peng, Calvin
Curfews Keep Teens Out of Trouble
Do curfews keep teenagers out of trouble? This topic has always been on the cover page of today's newspaper headlines and a hot topic that has been discussed by every family. What are curfews like? A curfew is a time frame given by an authority like a parent or the government to teenagers below 18 to be home before a certain period of time. So, ask yourself, do you think that by implementing curfews into a teenager’s life, he or she would keep out of trouble. Our group has discussed and came to an agreement that curfews really do help teenagers keep out of trouble. Firstly, curfews help teenagers to stay away from bad influences. Besides that, curfews set by parents are a way of showing that the parents care about the teenagers. Next, curfews help teenagers learn to manage what they want to do with the time that they have efficiently.
According to Louise, L. (2011), teenagers are bound to meet many sorts of people once they set foot into elementary schools. Some might consider elementary school to just be a playground for teenagers but in fact these are stepping stones for them to start developing from kids to teenagers. As they continue to their high school, they will start to go through puberty. The males will start to develop by gaining weight and growing facial hair while the females will be more feminine and start to act more lady-like. Louise, L. (2011) also acknowledges that teenagers will have the urge to fulfill their anxiety and excitement by going out with their friends and some will develop feelings for one another during their teenage years. Some of these people they hang out maybe be bad influences. They would stay up till late at night to have parties at different locations that are strictly for people aged 18 and above. Yet they still sneak into clubs and bars to have a good time doing illegal things...
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