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Friday, October 2, 2009

Some scientists believe that studying the behaviour of 3-year-old children can tell which children would grow up to be criminals. To what extent in your opinion is crime a product of human nature or is it possible to stop children from growing up to be criminals?

Introduction: Disagree. Genes do play a role but the primary determinant is nurture – education and bringing up
Paragraph 1: Parents traits do come in children. If parents are intelligent or good at singing then children too are.
Paragraph 2: However, if we adopt the mindset that if parents are criminals so will the children be then we are limiting or even damaging the individual’s basic right to achieve his very best. Children can rise above the gene pool and rise to great heights. Even if a child is born to criminal parents but brought up away from that environment and provided quality education, he will not be a criminal.
Conclusion: Both nature and nurture are inextricably linked. But nurture weighs over nurture.

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