Curfews for Teenagers Essay

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    Curfews are good for teenagers Teenagers nowadays like to stay up late outside with their friends. Sometimes, their parents even don’t know what they are doing outside during late night. Newspapers reported that there is an increase of social ills cases by teenagers. There are suggestions that curfew should be practised by parents in order to supervise their children effectively. In some countries, curfew for teens has been enforced as a law. These laws were set up to deter teenagers from committing acts of delinquency. Typically, adolescents are required to stay off the roads between the hours set by the government. Exemptions often exist for teens that accompanied by a parent or an adult appointed by the parent, going to or coming home…

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    should not adopt the new curfew for these reasons. First off teenagers are starting to drive and have to do things later at night for their families. The new curfew would make this a challenge. It would limit the chance for friends to hang out and be with each other on the weekends. Lastly it would put a lot of harmless teenagers in danger of being caught out past curfew. Because teenagers are starting to get their license by the age of 16 they will be going out more and helping with the…

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    Why Teens Should Have Curfews Imagine your child is driving or walking home after curfew and they are involved in a car wreck or attacked. If only they had come back when they should have, they would be safely at home and able to happily live their life with you. Teenagers should have curfews because first, when driving at night you are more likely to be involved in a car accident, and second, many criminals commit their crimes during the night rather than during the day. To begin, when driving…

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    Violation Curfew !

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    are violating curfew!" Lyrics from a popular rock song, this back-and-forth serves to illustrate contemporary sentiment towards the concept of an enforced curfew. Modern American children would never assume that this exchange would take place in their country; the tone with which the questions are asked is demanding, and the man responding to them is clearly being harshly interrogated. In fact, the music's style evokes a dystopian scene in listeners' minds. Certain varieties of youth…

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    In pop culture, teenagers are often portrayed as rebellious, disobedient, and uncontrollable. This behavior sometimes replicates itself in real life among real teenagers, and many parents try everything in their power to curb such dangerous behavior; grounding, taking away electronics, and long lectures are just a few techniques a parent may use. When none of this works and the safety of teenagers are brought into question, the age-old question rises again: do curfews, both parent given and…

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    LIMITATION OR PROTECTION: DO CURFEW KEEP TEENS OUT OF TROUBLE? You might have found information on a signage across the street that says ‘curfew from 10pm-6am strictly enforced for minors under 18years unless guided by an adult’. What this information means is that at that specified time nobody under the specified age limit will be allowed to move on the streets. People that do break this regulation especially teenagers are always being arrested by the law enforcement agents and charged to the…

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    In many states after getting their license for the first time teens must be home before a certain time. States believe that giving teenagers curfews will keep them safe on the road. There are ways around the curfew for things such as working late, or emergencies. Teenagers should be allotted the opportunity to not abide by the curfew so long as they have their license. Setting curfews for first time drivers can be considered discriminatory. Not all teens are bound to be involved in criminal…

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    weekday curfew and a midnight weekend curfew for teenagers. If the curfew is adopted, teenagers on the streets after those hours would be breaking the law. If this curfew is put in place, it will put an unfair and unnecessary interference on the lives of not just teenagers, but their families as well. Most teenagers have responsibilities, like jobs, whose hours may sometimes run past 10 p.m., so they are not able to be in the house by that time. Also, city council installing a curfew doesn't…

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    City Council Curfew Essay

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    could be safety to all young teenagers and the idea of a curfew to keep teenagers off the street by a certain time is to be debated by them. Even though the city council debates on the curfew, they should not put it in effect because it can interrupt the daily lives of many teenagers and would be unfair to them to not go and participate in events like school sports, city sports, or even in family related activities. In addition to this is the curfew not being fair to teenager having good quality…

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    Curfews Keep Teens Out of Trouble Do you remember seeing that boy walking slowly behind your garage Sunday night at 1 in the morning? He’s now in jail for theft of seven victims’ property in sheds, garages, and vehicles. Many teens stay out late harming people, or vandalizing, and stealing people’s property. Youth curfews have been established to change these acts of crimes committed by teenagers, so they keep teens out of trouble. Youth curfews keep teens out of trouble because they’re safe in…

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