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Weekly Task Four: Argumentative/Discursive
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|Subject: Weekly Task Four: Argumentative/Discursive Wed Aug 18, 2010 3:48 pm|| |
Discursive/ Argumentative Writing: In preparation for your upcoming nota you have been assigned group essays. You have to email me your individual sections by Sunday- we will be doing a feedback class Wednesday week five.
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|Subject: Re: Weekly Task Four: Argumentative/Discursive Sun Aug 22, 2010 1:14 pm|| |
Also, parents should be blame for what their children do as they have decided to give him birth and should be responsible for what they turn to be. Parents are the ones who decided in what religion they baptize him or in what school they want him to be, therefore they decide the values and education his children should have, being these things crucial as they influence children’s mind. Even the decisions like buying him his own TV or play station, changes children’s personality and the things they do; they are studies which show that children’s which have TV in their bedroom have more probability of being overweight, even have worst grades, as they tend to see more TV and get distracted by it when doing their homework’s. Overweight is associated with bulling, and children who are bullied tend to develop a certain personality to defend themselves. So by this you can see that every decision, big or small, that parents do about their children, influences them and change the way they are, being them responsible for what they end doing.
You can’t say parents are to blame for what there children do because it depends of many things and variables. In the first place it depends of their socioeconomic situation, which their parents can’t or are hopeless to change, so it would be unjust to blame them. Rich children tend to be very different to poor ones, not only for their activities, but more important, because of their education and knowledge which make them to think and act different. Also they are a bunch of situations in which parents have little to do. An example of this are brothers, children who have no brothers tend to be different to those who have, or to the ones who only have sister or only have brothers also tend to develop different personalities because of their situation. Other situation like being adopted or not having a father, affect children. So every child has different personalities, and you cannot blame or judge their parents for what their children’s do, because you don’t know through what situations they have been.
|Joaquin Don Pepito|
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|Subject: Re: Weekly Task Four: Argumentative/Discursive Sun Aug 22, 2010 7:53 pm|| |
Firstly, it is worth outlining that parents are the ones who raise them and therefore they transmit them their values. It is their responsibility to guide them throughout life by means of education, religion, etc. and whatever they do, their children when very young will copy unconsciously, because they see them as role models and they think they are almighty, so they try to imitate everything they do. From the very beginning of their life, their children wrap emotionally to them, therefore any feelings and emotion parents show, are transferred to them, which can conclude in a positive or negative aftermath.
So parents should be blamed for the outcome of their children because they might spoil their mind, giving finally a bad future in their lives.
However, contrasting the latter, it is important to point out that children may possibly acquire their personality from their environment. This is essential to carry out their daily life because it is the way they behave lonely or in a group of people and the way they interrelate with them. We can say that personality is the complex of all this attributes that characterize a unique individual and this may not interfere with their parents. Furthermore, each individual has a different way of thinking to the other and this comes from birth. This sometimes is extremely difficult to change due to the already mentioned acquisition of personality in a natural way. Therefore parents should not be blamed for what their children do.
|Camello Angustiado Zaror|
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|Subject: Re: Weekly Task Four: Argumentative/Discursive Tue Aug 24, 2010 11:16 pm|| |
Also, humans are evil because we see every single day in society acts of crime and evilness such as prostitution, pedophilia, robbery, murders and many others. So we can say that this is evil because they (humans) cause psychological and physical problems and trauma to other inocent people without having another cause rather than personal satisfaction or simply being insane and crazy. This acts done by rebels are normal to see in society and they seem indiferent to the people as they are so common, so there is no real sanction for this crimes.
You can say humans are evil because they are born with it, they have it in their blood. When you are little yo like to lie, you lie to everyone, in order to get yourself benefit from the lie. As you grow up you like to be a rebel and go against the law and order of the school, just to get seen and make the other people suffer and have a bad time. Time passes and you are a grown up and now you don´t even care about people, you just care about yourself and anything they teach you, is like talking to walls, because you already dont have a base of good and bad things, so you do bad things don´t even knowing they are bad. In the end society influences you to be evil, because as everyone is evil, you get influenced to be evil, thinking you are good, because you never knew what was wrong.
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