• It helps to have responsible.

    It helps to learn earnestness, so earnestness improves when we have a character education. So, I think is society responsible for character education because of this arguments, and I believe it. Also, we can learn
    some good things that we have to learn in adults. It is just a study to be a adult.

  • Yes, character is built through society

    People are not born knowing good and bad. Children have to be taught right from wrong at a young age. Too often now, parents are giving children free rein, letting them do anything and everything they want. It is unfair to ask the world to deal with such unmannerly children. if the parents refuse to teach them society has to.

  • Society is responsible for character education

    Society is responsible for character education. This is because of the fact that in our cultures we are responsible to educate people on personal character as there is no other way to do it besides being self-taught. Being self-taught has proven to be a bad way to do things, as is the case of feral wolf children and such.

  • Yes, I believe so.

    I do believe that society is responsible for character education. It is up to society to educate people on all things, particularly on how they behave in public, among other things. I don't think people realize how important society and culture actually are, and it is detrimental to them in the long-run.

  • Hell to the no!

    One's character being dictated by society is horribly conformist. Would you be wanting your character to be influenced by a Stalinist society? No? How about a fascist society? No matter what, Every society is flawed, As much as we don't want to believe it, And quite frankly, Having society "educate" on one's character is not only disgusting, But against many modern societies. Many modern societies, Especially the USA, Value individualism, And telling people to conform to a society is a gigantic middle finger to individualism. You know what's not a individualist society? China isn't. China is horribly collectivist, To the point where they'll intern Muslims in their country (chances are, They're Chinese Citizens), Which hearkens back to the days when the USA sent every Japanese person on the West Coast to similar camps. The judgement of people by their collective rather than their individual character is why people are sent to internment camps (or worse). And unlike the USA, This is still ongoing in China. This is why socialism is reviled in the USA, To the point where they insist that the mixed economy is capitalistic--many flat-out socialist countries are disasters when it comes to human rights. (And no, Nordic Countries are neither socialist nor respectable. Swedes especially seem to have such a bizarre superiority complex that's beyond even some of the biggest patriots in America. ) If you want your kids to grow up to be decent human beings, BE PARENTS TO YOUR KIDS! Tell them what's wrong and why it's wrong. If you don't know why the fuck it's wrong, Then ask yourself if it was ever wrong to begin with, Because chances are, It's not, And it's just a bunch of squeamish fuckwits who can't take anything edgier than Teletubbies.

  • It is a parent's job.

    No, society is not responsible for character education, because good character is something that is the responsibility of the parent. Children usually are what their parents are. If the parent has a violence or anger issue, the parent will as well. Children can only absorb so much from their teachers.

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