Adolescence Essay Topics

Freedom of Teenager

On Sep 19, 2012, the polices captured Lindsay Lohan at Dream hotel in New York City. She hit a walker outside hotel even she drove in slow speed. Lindsay Lohan called Lilo is not only a star of US entertainment but also around the world. Watching her movies, the audiences had loved her when she… View Article

The Primal Teen

The purpose of Barbara Strauch’s book, The Primal Teen: What the New Discoveries About the Teenage Brain Tell Us About Our Kids, is to describe the new scientific findings regarding the teen brain in order to help bewildered parents, teachers and other members of society to understand the irrational behavior of teenagers.  The book fulfills… View Article

Social and Personal Related Factors Influencing Teenage Pregnancy

Introduction Teenage pregnancy or adolescent pregnancy is the early conception of female whose age ranges from 13 to 19. Just recently, adolescent has become an important issue in health in great number of countries, both developed and developing. However, pregnancy in adolescence is not an unusual phenomenon as it keeps on rising every now and… View Article

Teens Should Be Allowed More Freedom

Do you feel like your parents restrict you? Not only that but do you feel like your friends are allowed to do so much more than you just because your parents don’t let you do the stuff you would like to? Sometimes you need to put yourself in your parent’s shoes and see how they… View Article

The Earth, My Butt, and Other Big Round Things Book Report

The author of my book is Carolyn Mackler. She was born in Manhattan on July 13, 1973. When she was one, her parents moved from Greenwich Village to Syracuse and then to Brockport, which is a small village in Western New York (and the setting for many of her novels and stories). Carolyn graduated from… View Article

Erikson’s Development Stage

During adolescence, peer groups often become the most dominant socialization force next to family. Teens need the sense of membership and belonging and they can find it when they are with their peers. With a particular group, they learn to have satisfying relationships with others and more importantly they develop their self-identity.[1] However, there are… View Article

Effect of Early Relationship Intro : Term Paper

As of 2013 teenagers became more interested in getting involved in entering early romantic relationships and as time passes romantic relationships played an important role in the life of an adolescent. According to Mathew E. Kopfler “Dating is shown to affect students both favourably and adversely, but the present seems to be affected by a… View Article

Teenage and Fashion

Statement: For teenagers, fashion is first and foremost a social statement. It is an outward means of expression to their peers and the rest of the world. Identity: Fashion also provides teenagers a sense of identity by signaling which “grouping” they belong to (“prep,” “punk,” “goth,” etc. ). It may also signal a more independent… View Article

Sociaty Killed the Teenager

Society killed the teenager. This statement which has been all over social media sites such as tumblr and twitter pretty much expresses how the way society sees and treats teens can affect the way they look, dress, act, speak, think, and even the way they see things. Society has this definition of beauty. To be… View Article

Should teens have a curfew?

Many people say that “teen years” are supposed to be the time of our lives, have fun, do stupid things. However, some teens have a little too much fun and seem to do reckless things. Setting a curfew for a teen will keep a teen out of trouble legally. Teens should have a curfew because… View Article

Innocence of Youth

In The Catcher in the Rye, J.D. Salinger shows how an adolescent boy develops a cynical outlook on life, causing him to feel isolated. Salinger uses Holden to interpret change from the innocence of youth to the responsibilities of adulthood. Holden’s confusion represents that difficult change a person experiences while growing up. He is trying… View Article

Quotation Analysis

“Adolescence is a period of rapid changes. Between the ages of 12 and 17, for example, a parent ages as much as 20 years.” The words in this quote, by an unknown author, invite the reader to take a deeper, more insightful glance into how teenagers set out on a youthful rebellion to grow up… View Article

Tennagers are ready for adulthood and the responbility

Tennagers are ready for adulthood and the responbility it bring them. In this essay i will talk about why they are ready for the resbonbility also I will give you proof of their responbility. Working proves thie responblility because they have to concentrate on the job at hand to get paid and they always have… View Article

Adolescent Period

At many points in life, one can wonder if it can get any harder, but at what stage is life truly at its hardest. There four main stages in life are childhood, adolescence, maturity and old age. At what point in life can one make something spectacular of his life, or lose it all. There… View Article

Trends of 21st Century: Swag and YOLO

Today in the 21st century, people are easily influenced by powerful people, in terms of language, style, or even culture. Once a few are influenced, it catches on and sticks, and with great advances, such as the Internet, it’ll spread fast! The most recent and popular example is one I can’t even stand, started with… View Article

Long hair

Loud, obnoxious, rebellious, out of control, and up to no good… these are just a few of a wide number of stereotypes that are attributed to American teenagers. What is it about teenagers that make the rest of society seem to turn against them? I believe that there are many misconceptions about teenagers. Many people… View Article

Young Offenders Should Not Have Harsher Consequences

Do you know about the YCJA? If so, do you agree with the way it goes about doing things? The Youth Criminal Justice Act passed in 2003 by parliament allows young offenders to be treated differently than adult offenders. The conservatives want to introduce a bill to treat offenders more harshly. I strongly disagree with… View Article

The Adolescent Struggle for Independence

Children are helpless and dependent on their caregivers from the moment they are born. Adolescence is a very confusing point in a young person’s life as they are caught between being a child and a yearning for adulthood. An adolescent may strive for independence, or be forced to mature quickly, but will remain dependent on… View Article

Effects of Social Problems Symptoms

The symptoms of social problems among teenagers in this day will give you an impression of the enormous impact and in the individual, society and the State. Teens on this day is the main asset and it is essential in the development of the country at the time to come. Effect of long term and… View Article

Evaluating the Research Process

This paper will be used to evaluate the research process. The chosen article is Pregnancy Risk among Black, White, and Hispanic Teen Girls in the New York City Public Schools. The research process is inclusive of several initial parts which are the selection of a problem, formulation of a hypothesis, a description of the subject,… View Article

Teenage Pregnancy

One of the societal problems that our country encounters is the teenage pregnancy or the early pregnancy. Many Teenagers are involve in premarital sex. This also lead to other societal problem like overpopulation and poverty. The sexual revolution has ushered in a period in which the average adolescent experiences tremendous pressures to have sexual experiences… View Article

Underage Drinking

The topic I chose is underage drinking. The reason I chose this topic is due to the number of teens that consume alcohol that under the age of 21. Upon doing research for this topic, there are many topics to choose from. I was able to narrow it down and research three topics that I… View Article

Why School Should Start Later

Don’t you hate waking up so early in the morning? Every weekday, school students are waking up around 6′ o clock in the morning to get ready for school, some even earlier. It is not practical for high school classes to begin at seven-thirty in the morning. It is just too early for teenage minds… View Article

Cause and Effects of Teenage Drinking and Drug Use

As a former offender of teenage substance abuse and driving while under the influence, I know full well how hard this topic hits home and my wallet. I have tried almost everything except needles; I drew the line there. The biggest factor that I faced as a pre/teen at home, middle, Jr. high, high school… View Article

Factors Leading to Social Illness Among Teenagers

Teenagers nowadays are very different with teenagers before then. Today,teenagers are getting wilder and tend to have more fun than they should.Rotten teenagers smoked, drink alcohols before they reach maturity, goclubbing and partying, have sex before marriage, involved in drugs, and a lotmore unhealthy activities that are not only useless and wasting their time butare… View Article

Go Ask Alice Analysis Paper

In the book Go Ask Alice (1971) By an Anonymous author, a teenager struggling with drugs tragically succumbs to her problems. There has been a lot of Controversy revolving around whether the author is real or if this book was just written to draw attention to drugs. Regardless of whether the supposed author actually existed,… View Article

Perception Reaction Paper

The first thing my eyes go to is Tye’s sister Shane. She is playing with her hair, with a very skimpy bikini. She us a very pretty young teenager having fun listening to her friend’s IPod tanning up the sun rays. I see Shane’s friend in the background, not very noticeable other than she is… View Article

Teens Who Commit Violent Crimes

If you can’t do the time, don’t do the crime. How would you feel if a teen that committed murder was in the same class as your son or daughter, or any other teenager that you care about? That would be pretty scary. Being a teen myself, I would not want to be surrounded by… View Article

Confidence in Students

Statistics reveal that 95% of children and adults experience lack of confidence, self-belief, or low self-esteem at some point in their lives. Confidence is a feeling most adolescents have always struggled with and it is impossible to overestimate the lack of it amongst students. It ties in with stress, peer pressure, and other insecurities most… View Article

Human Growth and Development

Human development is marked by different stages and milestones over the lifespan. It is expressed over three domains: physical, cognitive and socio/emotional. While human physical and cognitive development is universal, socio/emotional definitions and development vary from culture to culture. Gaining a basic knowledge of human lifespan development will lead to a better understanding of the… View Article