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Family Values A candid examination of today’s youth today leaves one in no doubt of the fact that many of them do not learn, nor understand the concept of moral values. Various actions and extremes they are wont to be involved in such as pre-marital sex, drug experimentation, and risky behavior such as over speeding and general lack of decorum and politeness towards their peers and even adults are evidence of this.
However, this would be misled since times have changed drastically since those days. It is evident, that the youth has been given more freedom than they can handle, and in a world with an infinite number of opportunities both for right and in wrong with the distinctions between the two not always being clear. Accordingly, sometimes even the youths themselves cannot tell apart what is right and wrong and just follow their instincts and peers or whatever they see on TV and the internet (Trissler, 2012). While both school and parents attempt to instill values on children today, there is no clear definition of roles, and none of the two parties is fully charged with the responsibility. As a result, parents rarely contribute to inculcating the much-needed values in their children assuming the school should do most of the work. On the other hand, the school assumes the same about the parents, thus, children are left alone to do whatever they please as long as they are within the limits of the school rules. ...
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