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Children's actions and parents' responsibility: Who should do the time?

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Should parents be held morally and legally responsible for all the actions of their children?


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  • Comment Link Responsable Saturday, 12 August 2017 22:18 posted by Responsable

    If the parents cannot guarantee a good education for their kids, they must be punished. Unfortunately, we often hear parents who blame friends, teachers and the society for the bad behavior of the children. So the first persons who are responsible are the parents.

  • Comment Link Maria Sunday, 23 August 2015 17:00 posted by Maria

    The children's bad behavior is often rooted in something which may be beyond the parents’ power of influence. If there is somebody to be blamed other than the child, we have to punsh parents, teachers, friends, TV, neighbors, etc. In short, the whole society is responsible for the actions of children.

  • Comment Link taki eddine Sunday, 23 October 2011 12:59 posted by taki eddine

    i think that many factors can affect the actions of children , we can mention some of them with few details so in my opinion i think that the society has the biggest role on children because the people live around them can be positive and nagative and children imitate their actions , by less degree the parents take part of this cause parents know better their children than any others , and overall comes tv , internet

  • Comment Link Chana Tuesday, 23 February 2010 15:58 posted by Chana

    Yes, parents should be responsible for their children's crimes. Most of the time, the child committed the crime because the parent didn't educate him well. For the most part, crime is generational. If the father or mother commits crimes, so will the child. Holding parents responsible is a first step towards better parenting.

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