Teen dating is something we have all experienced growing up , from puppy love to that first real boyfriend/girlfriend in high school. We look at teens relationships like its not that serious , or you they are young it wont last that long, however these teens relationships can be more intense than adult relationships, and the intensity and what we thought was cute at first slowly turns possessive, and that when the abuse starts. While we all know , and hear the stories of teen boys abuse w their teen girlfriends , what about the teen girls that abuse their teen boyfriends. In my paper I will Examine the principles of critical thought in relation to Teen domestic Violence: with the girl as the aggressor societal concern, and consider the importance of ethics, moral reasoning, a research-based process to search for truth, and the advantages of information technology in gathering data.
I will include a literature review of three scholarly sources based on the selected contemporary issue. Analyze the validity of the author's arguments and/or biases, I will explain how academic knowledge impacts the social elements and institutions of both local and global communities, assess how the principles of active citizenship could impact the contemporary issue during the next five to ten years, and include at least one reference to a multimedia component (i.e., podcast, interactive website, blog, or video) and evaluate the relevance of this piece in relationship to academic knowledge and the selected issue.
"While women will always be portrayed as the victim, and men as the aggressor. What exactly is domestic violence, and why are teen girls becoming so aggressive at a young age. It is not always about size, or strength; we as a society need more education to educate teens on stopping teen...