Harsh Punishment on Teenage Violence

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the article describes how teen violence can be reduced

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Running Head: TEEN VIOLENCE1Teen ViolenceName:Course:Instructor:Institution:Date of Submission:TEEN VIOLENCE2Harsh Punishment on Teenage ViolenceOutlinePage 1: IntroductionIn order to manage teenage violence, the causes and effects of the vice should be establishedHarsh punishment is important to counter the effects of teenage violence and to ensure justiceHarsh punishment, however, does not help in preventing teenage violencePage 2: Pros of Harsh PunishmentHarsh punishment is important if the effects of teenage violence are severeHarsh punishment should be applied to consistent offendersPage 3: Counter Argument on Harsh PunishmentHarsh punishment is seen as a tool for revenge and cannot help prevent teenage violencePage 3: ConclusionHarsh punishment should only be applicable where necessaryIntroductionTeenage violence is the harmful activities or behaviors that take place among youngpeople of between 11-19 years. Teenage violence involves an offender, victim, and witness all ofwhom are teenagers (CDC, 2015). Quite a number of methods are used to prevent teenageviolence, and an example is harsh punishment. Harsh punishment works perfect if the kind ofteenage violence witnessed is severe enough to call for this kind of punishment. The twocommon forms of punishment considered as harsh include the death penalty and life sentencewithout parole. Most types of teenage violence have agonizing effects on the victims and theirfamilies, and this exp

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