In some areas of the US, a "curfew" is imposed, in which teenagers are not allowed to be outdoors after a particular time at night unless they are accompanied by an adult. What is your opinion about this?

In certain parts of the US, teenagers are not allowed outside at night, past a stipulated time, except they are with an accompanying adult. I agree with
new regulation because
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teenagers are not always security conscious. The presence of an adult with a teenager at night poses less threat to the teenager and more threat to any stalker or an intending attacker. Teenagers are individuals who are between the ages thirteen and Nineteen.
group of people
the world in a different light. They are usually more daring, adventurous and willing to take uncalculated risks. Most times, they do not consider the consequences of their actions before taking decisions, and because
vital to the economy, it will be important to put strict regulations in place to protect them.
, because teenagers are prone to making hasty decisions, without necessarily thinking of it, I think the presence of a much older individual will help to curb
. An older person will be able to handle situations intelligently and will know how to caution the ward when going overboard. The essence of a curfew is to reduce
crime rate
crime rates
the crime rate
and protect its citizens, and because teenagers are mostly carefree and less concerned about the details of their environment, it is very important to protect
group of individuals who are still exploring the world and are yet to learn tangible lessons which are key for survival
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Since most attacks happen at night, it will be important to put in place strict measures that will mitigate these
attacks especially
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attacks, especially
on one of the most vulnerable members of the populace. In conclusion, teenagers represent the future of our economy, and placing laws to keep them in check
reiterates the premium placed on them by the entire citizenry.
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Topic Vocabulary:
  • curfew
  • delinquent activities
  • safeguard
  • instil discipline
  • anxiety
  • hazardous
  • infringe
  • social development
  • rebellious behavior
  • strain resources
  • critical issues
  • root causes
  • teenage delinquency
  • superficial solution
  • constructive engagement
  • unintentional bias
  • profiling
  • marginalized groups
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