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  1. Should Parents Be Responsible If Their Children Behave Badly?

    held responsible in most countries. This essay will discuss whether parents should be forced to pay for their children's crimes. There are many...

  2. If Children Behave Badly, Should Their Parents Accept Responsibilty And...

    March 22, 2011 If children behave badly, should their parents accept responsibility and also be punished? Who is at fault for the behavior of a certain...

  3. My Opinion On Whether Parents Should Accept Responsibility If Their...

    responsibility if their children behave badly In my opinion, if children behave badly, their parents should accept responsibility and also be punished. My reasons...

  4. Parents Are Responsible For Their Children’s Bad Behavior

    to endless controversy. Some people say that parents can not always follow their children, so childrens bad behaviors are not their fault. However, in my opinion...

  5. Should Parents Be Punished If Their Children Commits Crime?

    never be so overpowering that children commit crimes. Parents could be made to pay fine if children commit petty crime and the punishment could also be more severe...

  6. Title: Some Pennsylvania Parents Are Gambling With Their Children's Lives

    com, September 07, 2010 http://www.parentdish.com/2010/09/07/parents-gamble-kids-safety-leaving-them-in-cars-at-casino Group Members: Rama Rajagopalakrishnan, Jill...

  7. The Influence Of Children On Parental Purchases

    1980s, very little scholarly research has addressed THE INFLUENCE OF CHILDREN ON PARENTAL PURCHASES. The aim of this study is to revitalize the research on the topic...

  8. The Perils Of Obedience And The Case For Torture Essays

    one of the wisest adages that parents have drilled into our minds is to always take responsibility for our actions. However as children there have been many times...

  9. Should Parents Be Punished For Their Children Breaking The Law?

    : A pediatric oncology nurses is a good example of a RN, they deal with children and adolescents that have cancer. Also, part of becoming an Rn, you should know...

  10. Corporal Punishment

    the traditional dispensers of spankings and other painful punishments. Many parents believe spankings teach children to behave better--and the mere threat of future...

  11. Effects Of Television Violence On Children

    Television Violence. Violence on TV is not bad when it shows the negative effects such as harming another or punishment for actions. Children who watch a lot of TV...

  12. Missing Children: Should Parents Be Punished?

    the whole nations focus to a rarely talked about issue: should the parents be punished when their children go missing? The government should not put all the guilt...

  13. Parental Corporal Punishment

    tend to model their parents behavior. Parents attitudes concerning corporal punishment can affect how their children behave. A phone interview was given to...

  14. Eating Habitis In Children

    activity, sport event, or even doing their responsibility. Parents should not use food as a reward or punishment. If children are able to extra snacks throughout...

  15. a Summary Of Andrew Koppleman’s Essay ‘d Obscenity Cause Moral Harm?

    readers, he likens the states suppression of such texts to that of a parent controlling or restricting their children from seeing certain things. However he feels...

  16. The Effects Of Using Physical Punishment To Discipline Children

    suburban populations. As this study suggests, if parents use negative forms of discipline (i.e., physical punishment), their children are more likely to use violence...

  17. Children And Television

    studied had a television in their bedroom. About 40 percent of parents said their children had at least one sleep problem, such as struggles over going to bed or...

  18. Parents Must Take Responsibility For The Video Games Their Kids Are Playing

    games, the responsibility to keep them out of the hands of young children falls to the parents not the government or game industry. This is an argument that many...

  19. Describing Crime And Punishment In The 19Th Century

    History Essay: Describing Crime and punishment and policing in the 19th century Crime The most common crime in the 19th century London was petty theft, late...

  20. ‘Discuss How Far Sociologists Would Agree That Teenage Criminal And...

    teenage criminal and deviant behaviour results from parents failing to socialise their children correctly In this essay I will be discussing how far sociologists...

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