Young people are important resources to their country, but governments may ignore some problems faced by young people in running the country. By your experience, what does government need to do for supporting or helping young people? Please show those problems and give your idea or suggestion to solve them .
Governments have invested much in supporting young people for they have realized that these youths will be the future of the country. However, juveniles, at a dilemma crossing of their life, possess unique qualities as curiosity and amorality, thereby making it hardly possible for governments to cover every piece of their growing footprints.
Curiosity and amorality result easily in young people’s imitation of what they think are cool and fun, unaware or even ignorant of what the impacts may be. Gone are the days when youths stay happily at home with papa and mama, and try to be good kids. On the contrary, they hang out with their buddies nowadays, and follow whatever is popular or cool, and consequently, their immature nature has provided much possibility for the dark side of the society. Of course, juveniles’ psychological feature alone is not enough for them to swerve away from their regular life. It is negative social impact that abetted these kids into pains and despair. And violence via media is undoubtedly a most significant one.
As for the immaturity of young people, though it is hardly possible to change their nature, it is advisable that governments emphasize more on the role of psychological assistance and education at school. Professional psychological consultants are recommended for schools to relieve students’ mental pressure, and regular psychological lectures should also be of great help in orienting students to true value of life.
On the other hand, programs or projects with violence shall be denied access to the young, since they are not mentally prepared to appropriately evaluate what they see and hear. Governments should take every possible measure to make sure that regulations are followed and young people are protected from these negative influences as much as possible.
In conclusion, problems faced by youths challenge governments with both the inner factor of students’ psychological immaturity and the outer factor of society’s violence abuse, and therefore governments should take action in both categories, and eliminate every possibility for students to turn delinquent.