If a teen were to break curfew it would result into other consequences that lead to three points. These three points are maturity, understanding, and trust. Teens who are matured enough should not have a curfew because it can help them by associating things that they learn to later experiences. Can a curfew produce more harm than help? In a family, the trust is the oil that keeps the gears from rusting, and without that trust, a family can grow stuck trying to make sure the other is not doing something harmful.
Would they now wish they stayed in that night or they had rules that prevented them from going out that night ? Teenagers should have rules placed upon them but with some leniency they need rules because they are adventurous, to keep them out of trouble and safety precautions . Teenagers should be kept safe and rules help that happen, we need the teens so that we have our doctors and lawyers and so on to take care of us when were old.
When parents think about keeping the teens out of trouble, the first thing that probably comes to their mind is curfew. It is a big controversial topic that people argue about. Some of them believe that it works when others say it does not make any difference. Teens crave independence. They rebel against curfews because they think they are old enough to make their own decisions.
In today’s society, some parents create curfews for their children while others allow their children to create their own curfews. Numerous people argue that setting curfews for teenagers help them refrain from taking part in mischief and help them to develop into superior adults. The remaining group of people state that curfews would make teenagers rebel. Teenage curfews produce many different positive and negative views in parents and teenagers. Different opinions on curfews are expressed through parents, teenagers, and mayors; and there are numerous reasons for people not supporting curfews.
Adults are trying to teach us that curfews are what we need to stop juvenile crime before it's too late. Some teens don't want curfews but they know they are there to keep them out of trouble. Most support the idea of a curfew. Teens know that a curfew will make them a better person with goods morals. Some aluts say that teens will listen better to their parents when their is a curfew.
The intention teenagers are given a curfew of a certain time limit in different states is to limit gang violence and use curfew as a key tool to do so. (Wagner, Matt 2). Curfew is a way to control the teens that have diminutive self control along with little or no parental control. (Hall, Maggie 2). Various amounts of teenagers cannot be confidential to act with such autonomy and accountability.
It is okay to make mistakes, but not the mistakes that can make you regret in the future. Therefore, parents should be guiding their teenagers into the positive side; instead of letting those naïve teenagers get into harmful things that can affect their future. I believe teenage rebellion is harmful to a teen's maturation process. It is a way for teens to search for their independence. In the memories of my teenage years, I often rebelled against my parents because I felt like I needed more free time from school and house chores.
Creating a community curfew for teens can negatively impact them because there becomes a blockade in their maturing process; it molds an overall assumption about gang violence and will not make a change in the long run. One could easily see how a community curfew can and will hurt the maturing of a teenager. “One thing that those enforcing this law need to remember is what it was like to be a teenager.” (Asselin 1) It is better for teens to learn from personal experiences, rather than those that they’ve been told about. That way, they can say that they have done it and suffered the consequences. Kass from the Parent Blog commented that, “Most kids are going out without permission anyway; so a curfew isn’t throwing up a brick wall even if they can get arrested.” In various communities, curfews are taken very seriously, and teens have been arrested due to the lack of cooperation.
Curfew is the time at which you should be back home and safe. Most High Schooler’s will argue that “it’s stupid” and “I won’t get in trouble anyways”. Curfew for High Schooler’s and younger children is an excellent idea because it keeps students in line and out of possible trouble. If curfew was enforced it would eventually help kids be more responsible and trust worthy. Although some might think otherwise, High Schooler's are irresponsible and can not be trusted enough to not have a curfew.
In today’s society, some parents create curfews for their children while others allow their children to create their own curfews. Numerous people argue that setting curfews for teenagers help them refrain from taking part in mischief and help them to develop into superior adults. The remaining group of people state that curfews would make teenagers rebel. Teenage curfews produce different positive but many negative views in parents and teenagers. Strict rules create rebellious teens.