Having a curfew indicates who the teenager is and what they do. (Love, Dennis 2). To give other teenagers a sense of where they live or reside and to show how much character they have, teens stay out longer and later to give other teens that sense of doing what they desire. (Love, Dennis 2). Admitting that their parents have jurisdiction over their curfew is not a first response for many teens. (Love, Dennis 2).
If the parents have a curfew for their child or children to show that coming in on time is important it can show their teenagers what responsibility can do. Most parents did not care about their curfew when they were young, so teens that are more freedom-minded, independent-minded, hormonal, irascible and rebellious contemplate that parents should understand. (Love, Dennis 2). Whether parents take empowerment that curfew restrictions provide is in doubt. (Love, Dennis 3). The parents with children that do not care about where their child is or what they are doing can display how parent competency can be asserted. To a parent a teenager is still a child and it is hard for the teenager to understand how they are looked downed upon. (Love, Dennis 2).
Having a curfew in towns and cities can give parents an opportunity to connect and collaborate with their children. The time spent bonding with their children allows parents to put and show discipline, respect, and rules in the child’s life. Without that window of opportunity for the parents to show their children respect and discipline, the parents believe that atrocious children, will just steal