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The Role of External Influential on the Risky Behaviors of Adolescents

The article by Tynan, Somers, Gleason, Markman, & Yoon investigates the role of external influential factors on the risky behaviors and goal-oriented habits of adolescents in 9th and 12th grades. The authors identify the various factors that influence adolescents’ behaviors including biological, peers, family and political factors. Variables Parental Monitoring One of the variables considered […]

The Best Education Systems in Developing Countries

Education is a human right and is pertinent to the achievement of sustainable development outcomes. A developing country is necessarily a country that has a less developed industrial base and a low human development index. Developing countries usually tend to have health risks, widespread poverty, and corruption at all government level and low education levels. […]

Lying VS Story Telling

  Lying and storytelling are often used interchangeably when referring to children. While the two share several similarities, they are not synonymous components. Lying constitutes a deliberate act, which is intended to camouflage or negate a truth. Alternatively, storytelling is the creation of a story or work of fiction from imagination. Despite their relative closeness […]