Generation Z excels at multitasking, interactivity, spatial skills, and have remarkable visual acuity. These skills do not always transfer well with non-screen portions of reality. The on screen experience of members from Generation Z undermine their taste and capacity for building knowledge and developing their critical thinking skills. When the journalist, bloggers, or scientists compare […]

I disagree, uniforms in school are not useful or beneficial. They tend to serve a superficial purpose and don’t solve the underlying problems that they seem to be targeting. They also tend to benefit the school, more so than its pupils; by allowing said schools to be able to control the way in which they […]

Television is viewed by millions of people around the world on a daily basis. Every time you turn a television on, you witness explosions from bombings, threats, just violence in general, and that is just from the news channel itself. But television is not just bad, it could be beneficial as well. Media has also […]

In recent years technology had advanced and evolved rapidly. With new technology surfacing on the market daily we see a variety of new forms of entertainment. I can remember when children spent the majority of their time outside playing. Today children spend most of their time indoors watching television, movies, and playing video games. Some […]

Education is not only studying. It contains of many different factors, such as students’ attitude to learning, the environment they learn in, books they learn from and even, as revealed, clothes they wear while learning. Many private and public schools force their students to wear uniforms. But does it have positive or negative impact on […]

Puberty is presumably the most troublesome period in existence of each person since it is a momentary stage among youth and adulthood. In this period young adult go through huge changes in physiological, mental and social perspectives. Normally, these progressions produce a critical effect on their way of life, conduct, brain research, and so forth […]

Today in our general public, there is a discussion in regards to on who is the better generation? Is it the Old Generation which are brought into the world from 80’s and beneath or the New Generation which are brought into the world from 90’s and up to now? What are the characteristics of the […]

Be quick to remark on this post to win a fresh out of the box new duplicate of Ready Player One by Ernest Cline, praises of For Pity Sake Publishing. Ernest Cline evidently appeared suddenly. A pummel artist and screenwriter of moderate achievement, there was no specific motivation to presume that his first novel would […]

Romeo and Juliet’s decisions ultimately lead to their deaths. There are many factors that need to be considered when examining the reason for their deaths. The time period’s gender roles are a big factor, as well as the people and surroundings of Romeo and Juliet. Women’s expectations then are very different than those of today. […]

“Like A Girl” a viral commercial aired in the 2015 super bowl halftime show has won various awards on the empowering message and feminine product Always. Always manufacturing is striving for viewers to consider females strength at a time when young girls go through adolescence losing their confidence. The statement “Like A Girl” has changed […]

In light of the local law enforcement’s recent need to crack down on violations committed by junior drivers and with the clear misunderstanding of the risks of young drivers shown in the letter from a parent your paper recently published I strongly encourage you to reprint Anna Quindlen’s essay “Driving to the Funeral.” Quindlen’s essay, […]

Video gaming is a problem in today’s youth. Gaming, thought of as entertainment, is becoming known more as an addiction. Gamers are addicted to gaming like it is a drug, making these video games more of a danger. The games are played during school, and after school ruining the student’s grades and lower their academic […]

We experience a daily reality such that correspondence through present day innovation is practically required. Wherever individuals are messaging, messaging, composing sites and tweeting. It’s difficult to go anyplace without seeing somebody utilizing a telephone or the Internet to associate with others. Would you be able to envision not having the option to check your […]

Depression and Anxiety in Teenagers .More than 1 in 20 US children and teens have anxiety or depression (Wolters Kluwer Health). Teenage depression and anxiety is one of America’s most prevalent issues that parents can’t seem to get a hold of. Students all over the nation are struggling day to day with this mental illness. […]

Sigmund Freud believed that the psyche, what we call our personality, has three structures: the Id, the ego and the superego. The Id is the structure of personality consisting of our base instincts. It is completely unconscious and has zero contact with reality. The ego is the structure that concerns with reality and is considered […]

It is no surprise that the exhaustion of alcohol is common around teenagers in this day in age, despite the legality of it. There has been constant talk of whether the legal drinking age limit in the United States should be maintained at 21 or lowered to 18, like many of the other countries around […]

There are many ways that we could characterize parents’ attitude toward their children. Thanks to the work of psychologist Diana Baumrind, we have a useful approach to describing these attitudes (Steinberg, 2016). Her work shows that there are four types of parenting. The first type is authoritarian parenting which is characterized by placing a high […]

Introduction As data and eagerness of adolescent headway grows so does extended data about kid raising styles and the effects of these styles on children and society with everything taken into account. There a couple of unmistakable kid raising styles and kid raising styles would all have the option to distinctively influence an adolescent’s improvement. […]

Growing up, as a kid I have always been told things like “boys don’t cry” and “that’s so gay” and “are you a girl” or even “don’t be a pussy”. Kids never really think about these things when they are told to them. As a kid you never really question these kinds things that are […]

“It’s less about the physical training, in the end, than it is about the mental preparation.” – Jimmy Smits    When someone says the word boxing, what is the first thing that comes to your mind? People often think that boxing is nothing but throwing fists at each other with high probability to cause bodily […]

Since the dawn of time our outer body has changed constantly so we could adjust to the new condition—yet shouldn’t something be said about the interior piece of the body? Studies have begun to demonstrate that the inner parts also are doing likewise and modifying alongside our exterior. This investigation was generally affirmed in the […]

Imagine being able to escape from the hardships of your everyday life and submerge into a whole new world. Within this new life you will have the opportunity to completely take your mind off of a predominant stressor at the moment, and leave all your problems in the past for an hour of serenity. In […]

The fashion industry has always been an influential establishment since the 1900’s and prior. There is no denying the impact fashion has on the fast trending world, as many different ages participate to stay up to date with what’s in and what is considered last season. In the early 1900’s the S-shaped figure was what […]

The influence of social media can negatively impact child development. Use of social media networks exposes young children and teens to violence, vulgar language, and inappropriate content. One must consider the influence of such media devices and the effect they they have on children’s overall well-being. Digital technology may affect social and emotional development because […]

The Paradox of New Technologies by Dorothy Nixon tells how technology, like the phone, has changed us for the better and for the worse. Also, the author says that Americans describe smartphones as indispensable. She explains that though smartphones were important it is still a distraction at times and bit of a leash. As for […]

The Two Sides of Social Media Social media have injected their way into people’s life spontaneously. A survey conducted by Pew Research has shown that about 77% of Americans owns smartphone and 7 in 10 of them admitted using multiple media platforms (Smith). The impact of this powerful tool on the youth is undeniable. Frankly […]

People who have endured love and the obstacles it encompasses will agree that life is nothing without love. This idea is strongly exemplified in the novel The Fault in Our Stars by John Green. In this teenage romance, a plethora of health related obstacles are thrown at Hazel Grace Lancaster and Augustus Waters, two teenagers […]

     In the age of technology, many electronic devices have caught mankind’s attention. Few inventions have damaged humanity like the smartphone. People have willingly let themselves be pulled into these addictive devices. Unfortunately, young adults are usually the victims. Everywhere people go, smartphones and IPods are out of pockets and notifying their owner of […]

Mobile phone is a gadget that has consistently been viewed as interfacing individuals who are far separated in this way conquering the geological distance between them. The quantity of mobile phone clients has kept on expanding generously. The mobile phone has been incorporated as a feature of individuals lives as in it’s accessible and simple […]

The character I chose to analyze from The Perks of Being a Wallflower is Charlie. Charlie is a fifteen-year-old Caucasian boy entering his freshman year of high school. Before entering high school, Charlie went through a rough patch after having to deal with his best friend shooting himself and dealing with the death of his […]

In 2016, about 196 million people used social media. Out of every 100 people, 96 of them possess a cell phones. Social media can come handy in certain situations, but sometimes they are overused. You see the use of cell phones everywhere you go, at school, workplaces, stores, gas stations, the list can go on. […]

Increasing awareness of the dangers of texting and driving starts at home. If parents are going to allow their children to drive a motor vehicle, then the education should begin at home. Obviously new licensed teens have been provided with some education when it comes to safety while operating a motor vehicle, but parents should […]

We all know texting and driving is bad, so why do people continue do it? There can be several reasons, one might say, “well everyone does it” or, “it will only take 5 seconds”. According to the CDC, in 2016 risky behaviors such as texting and driving killed over 2,400 teens ages 16-19 one of […]

Cell phone use has become extremely popular in the last few decades. In my opinion, it has become an issue in the society we live in. According to the studies from Shollenberger Januzzi & Wolfe, LLP, “It is estimated that 3,000,000,000 text messages are sent out each and every day.” Although texting is one of […]

Technology is a wonderful thing. Technology has changed the workplace by making transnational communication possible; it has made communication faster and it has allowed employees to operate at a distance from their place of work. It has improved so much over time and now in grade school we have to take EOCs and state exams […]

Technology is a wonderful thing. Technology has changed the workplace by making transnational communication possible; it has made communication faster and it has allowed employees to operate at a distance from their place of work. It has improved so much over time and now in grade school we have to take EOCs and state exams […]

Cell phones play a prominent role in society. Approximately 91% of adults report owning a mobile phone (Journal of Experimental Psychology, Human Perception & Performance). Societies rely on smartphones for keeping in touch with families, friends, establishing business and personal fun. Among all the reasons, one of the common use of cell phone is to […]

Having a cellphone phone addiction is equivalent to having a substance addiction. The use of cellphone and social media specifically Facebook has a largest effect on human beings. Cellphones are a huge distraction to American citizens; Facebook contributes to that by spreading false news. People nowadays use their cellphones in social gatherings, classrooms and for […]

Increasing awareness of the dangers of texting and driving starts at home. If parents are going to allow their children to drive a motor vehicle, then the education should begin at home. Obviously new licensed teens have been provided with some education when it comes to safety while operating a motor vehicle, but parents should […]

What is a technology addiction? It is the uncontrollable overuse of technological devices including smartphones, computers, and gaming systems. Many kids today start off their technology use under the age of 10. Kids brains are still developing and can get addicted to things extremely easy. Because parents are letting their kids start using technology so […]

The academic challenges students face today are different from those of twenty years ago. In the 1980s and 1990s Advanced Placement courses were for the elite. Very quickly, in the early 2000s, schools began to not only encourage, but to push students into AP courses. “This is a boon for the for-profit College board.” (Evva). […]

In light of the local law enforcement’s recent need to crack down on violations committed by junior drivers and with the clear misunderstanding of the risks of young drivers shown in the letter from a parent your paper recently published I strongly encourage you to reprint Anna Quindlen’s essay “Driving to the Funeral.” Quindlen’s essay, […]

In the event that one notices individuals around them in most any open setting, chances are, many have their eyes looking in a kind of mesmerizing daze, being consumed into the shine of their telephone screens. Our advanced society has become shockingly reliant upon the different types of innovation, one of which, being social media. […]

The Young Girl is a short story written by accredited New Zealand author, Katherine Mansfield. The story tells about a woman addicted to gambling and the negative effects it has on her relationship with her son and daughter. Those same negative effects can be applied to all types of addictions. Addiction is a disease of […]

Abstract Over the past year, 3.6 percent of adolescents have misused opioids. Opioids are a class of drugs that interact with opioid receptors on nerve cells in the body and the brain. Opioids are used to treat pain, cough, and diarrhea. Opioids come in tablet forms and are usually distributed by doctors, these pills should […]

Social media addiction is taking a poll on people’s lives at an alarming rate. People are being controlled if you look around you see that people are glued to their cellular devices this can be rather annoying, more accidents happen on the road due to people being distracted and students are not paying enough attention […]

Why is it important for us to analyze reality television? From the very beginning of television there has been a dramatic change on the content that is being aired. In the beginning of television most programming considered “explicit” was aired laterat night and shows that did not contain such content were aired at primetime where […]

Teenage pregnancy is a great issue in today’s world which we as a society must come forth and solve this matter. Teens today get much more information about sexually transmitted diseases in school ed classes than they do about pregnancy prevention according to Dr. Philippa Gordon, a pediatrician in Brooklyn, N.Y (Brody). The issue I’m […]

The Effects Pregnancy Have on Teens Teen pregnancy has many damaging effects on teenagers. Education may be put on hold when a teen becomes pregnant. For example, Medical complications often occur in pregnant teenagers. Having a baby is expensive, financial difficulty may arise during a teen pregnancy or after the baby is born. Therefore, teen […]

Its 7:30 am. You’re a junior in high school and you’re driving to school. You didn’t get a lot of sleep last night since you were studying for you physics test. You’re only half asleep when suddenly… BAM! You feel the car you hit from the front. Did you know that 12% of the drivers […]

A growing problem of sleep deprivation among children and adolescents has made way for an ever-growing issue for debate in the world of psychology. With continuous distractions and responsibilities at home, school, and any extracurricular activities, children and adolescents are becoming more and more sleep deprived, which ultimately hurts them in the long run. Especially […]

Peer pressure increases the likelihood of young women developing eating disorders through social pressures to be thin, desire for approval from friends, and indirect competition within peer groups. Social Pressures to be Thin The pressure of society increases the likelihood of young women to develop eating disorders. In the words of Deanna Linville, an associate […]

“You Fight Like a Girl” “Its not your fault.” “You shouldn’t have worn that short skirt out in public.” “He touched me too.” “You asked for it.” “You’re a fag.” “Me too” All of these are things that we hear on social media, on the news, and in person every single day. Both men and […]

Cell phone use has become extremely popular in the last few decades. In my opinion, it has become an issue in the society we live in. According to the studies from Shollenberger Januzzi & Wolfe, LLP, “It is estimated that 3,000,000,000 text messages are sent out each and every day.” Although texting is one of […]

Choices and decision making are vastly viewed throughout the story The Other Wes Moore. Moore starts the story with his earliest childhood memory, which helps give us a background on Moore’s mother and his childhood. If Moore’s mother isn’t the way she is Moore might not grow up to be the man he is today. […]

The cigarette controversy has been a heated debate topic for the last several decades. The dangerous chemicals found in tobacco have been deemed fatal and have caused many forms of lung and oral cancer. Many laws and bans have been passed to reduce the number of smokers in the country. None have been near stopping […]

Introduction At times when people see others post selfies/body pictures on social media, people may think that those individuals have the highest self-esteem. When in reality most of the time those who post the most have the lowest self-esteem of them all (Veldhuis,Vaate,Keijer,& Konijn, 2018). It is hard to be an adolescent that invests so […]

Roger gathered a handful of stones and began to throw them. Yet there was a space around Henry… Here invisible yet strong, was the taboo of the old life… Roger’s arm was conditioned by a civilization that knew nothing of him and was in ruins. (Golding 62) Our environment has much to do with the […]

Forgives is also an approach which can be used to effectively reduce bullying in school (Ahmed & Braithwaite, 2006). It is known to be the most powerful weapon that is used by the affected parties to bring to an end the cycle behavior of being destructive. Forgiveness is only possible if the victim decides not […]

The way in which people interact with mass media play a significant role in shaping the language they use when communicating. In the context of my writing my speech, I will refer to a primary source “”10 ways television has changed the way we talk.”” The task in consideration will explore the nature of the […]