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    Old Enough To Vote Essay

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    deprive them of their basic right. So, this is a very critical issue and many discussions are in place so that the proper age for the voting process is defined. If the people of a country are mature and wise enough then they would be able to make a wise decision and would choose their leaders that would work for the betterment of the people and the country (Snyder). To be a voter, one should actively participate in the political discussions. It is important to listen to the opposing arguments and to change your mind according to the facts. So a question arises…

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    to vote. “This could be supported by the fact that (In Virginia) Eighth graders are studying civics classes and voting rights and so on, so they can be informed by the time November rolls around. These children from eighth grade up are informed citizens, but they CAN be called informed voters by experiences in classrooms.”(debate.org page 1) In other words, it is insisting that kids know about voting and they want the best for themselves and the country we live in. Lastly, “Top Ten Reasons Why”…

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    Essay On Felons To Vote

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    Felons to Vote I. Introduction A. Hook- Quote B. Thesis: Felons should have ability to vote because they have served their time, they did not lose their rights, and they are still involved in society and the racism card tends to be pulled. II. Common Ground A. “Eight states -- Alabama, Florida, Iowa, Kentucky, Mississippi, Nevada, Virginia and Wyoming -- permanently bar ex-felons from voting without exception. Maryland and Arizona permanently disenfranchise those convicted of a second felony,…

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    Discipline can become a challenge for parents today and choosing the right method is something that parents should take very seriously. Physical punishment is one form of discipline that parents employ. In fact, most parents believe that physical punishment is an acceptable form of discipline (“The National Child Traumatic Stress Network” 1). On the other hand, there may be some people who oppose physical punishment but is this a good decision to make? In order for parents to make this decision,…

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    For many youth today, the transition from childhood to adulthood is a challenging one. This journey requires youth ages 8-17 to understand and manage such things as physical changes in their bodies, relationships with authority, friendships and relationships with others, greater freedom and responsibility for personal decisions and increased peer pressure. Through Boys & Girls Clubs Healthy Lifestyles initiative developing young people's capacity to engage in positive behaviors that nurture…

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    Youth Voting Problem

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    “Nobody will ever deprive the American people of the right to vote except themselves and the only way they could do this is by not voting” -Franklin D. Roosevelt. With the rise of youth voting increasing to 22 million voters in the 2008 presidential and 23 million voters in the 2012 election, still only about half of the American youth population voted in 2008 and 2012. This is a serious problem in our society because young people need to find their voices by getting politically educated and…

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    Young Adult Literature

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    Pop Culture and Young Adult Literature Through the Youth Lens” from the January 2015 edition of The English Journal discusses a professor’s implementation of a curriculum for teacher candidates that encourages future teachers to identify and consider the portrayal of societal constructions of adolescence in various texts. Through biological, psychology and pop-culture perspectives, teacher-candidates learn to question the dominant narratives of adolescence and see future students on an…

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    Brown Vs Entertainment

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    Since Brown v. Entertainment Merchants Association, a lawsuit decided by The Supreme Court of the United States in 2011, children cannot be banned the sale or rental of violent video games at any rating. Under their First Amendment right to free speech, children are permitted this right. When deciding if a game is inappropriate for youth, the decision is solely left to the parent (Holland). The visual for The Top Games of 2011, presents a deceiving image by attempting to make violent video games…

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    teaching the youth today that lack of effort deserves a reward? At what age should a child be taught that hard work and extra effort not only lead to reward, but also to a greater sense of pride and accomplishment? By the time a child reaches the age of eight, he or she should be taught that participation, or “Just Show Up,” trophies are a thing of the past. Children must understand that life does not give participation rewards for just being a part of the team. This culture of participation…

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    Socio-Cultural Lens

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    A socio-cultural lens offers a contextual approach to understanding children and youth. This approach is beneficial towards young people because it employs a unique methodology in seeking to address issues regarding human behaviour and development, by considering how social relations and environmental context shape an individual. This process allows us to challenge our own beliefs and causes us to question how young people are influenced by their social environment and culture. These methods are…

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