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  • 1. •VANDALISM EFFECTED HUMAN LIFE
  • 2. Is any kind of damage done on purpose, forno good reason.Deliberately mischievous or maliciousdestruction or damage of property.
  • 3. Example of vandalism Dumping rubbish Setting small firesDamaging buildings Smashing windows Stealing Damaging trees Painting graffiti Scratching car paint Tampering with equipment, such as vending machines and pay telephones
  • 4. STATISTIC OF VANDALISM 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 2008 2009 2010 2011• Do you believes that our vandalism problem are increase????
  • 5. • Based on the bar graph, we can see that the statistic of vandalism are increase.• At 2008, the total of this problem are 2.4% and at 2009, the statistic are increase by 0.2%, are 2.6%.• At 2010, the graph bar also increase, 3.6% and for 2011, the statistic increase again from 3.6% to 4.9%.
  • 6. WHO INVOLVED IN VANDALISM????
  • 7. • Vandalism associated with teenagers at age between 15 to 25.• Usually happen to secondary school students.• They always hanging out and do this not good activities at shopping complex, at back of building, at under the bridge and at any places.
  • 8. WHY PEOPLEVANDALIZE????
  • 9. Arises from teenager’s parent Parents didn’t know about children ability, that’s because the teenagers feel stress and tense
  • 10. PeerinfluenceOnce they have involvedwith the same group they are easily influence by their friend
  • 11. School very strict rules and too much controlUninteres tingcurriculu m oracademic s
  • 12. Think they are not accepted in school’s society The society expressly blame on the teenagers when they act delinquency
  • 13. Student feels Often inflicted with anger, a need fordestruction, jea lousy, or perhaps they look askance
  • 14. WHAT THE EFFECTOF VANDALISM????
  • 15. DAMAGE TO PUBLIC PROPERTY
  • 16. DAMAGES THEREPUTATION OF THEIR FAMILY.
  • 17. DESTROY THE YOUNGGENERATION
  • 18. DAMAGE THEIMAGE OF THE COUNTRY
  • 19. LEGAL ACTION
  • 20. HOW WOULD WEHAVE HANDLED IT???
  • 21. Parents should give serious attention to their children Parents should know and identify the problems faced by their children and take the time to solve the problem
  • 22. Academic approach Adding activities based on academic and . semi-academic activities such as extra-curricular in schools
  • 23. Establishing legal system in the school law school could create fear among students, in addition to reducing the burden and responsibility of the school
  • 24. Preventive measures should beheld as appropriate counseling at school Meetings between parents, guardians and teachers should be held especially for students that influenced in social problems
  • 25. Law enforcement authorities Jurisdiction of the existing police should be used by school administrators in the discipline of students
  • 26. VANDALISMAT PUBLIC…
  • 27. VANDALISMATSCHOOL…..
  • 28. EXAMPLE OF VANDALISM
  • 29. CONCLUSION• Vandalism should be done because it causes many disadvantages to all parties• Parents should supervise and care for their children• Our country would be peaceful and more developed in the absence of vandalism problems
  • 30. REFERENCE• Mayer GR, Butterworth T, Nafpaktitis M, Sulzer- Azaroff B (1983). Retrieved from http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC13 07897/• H. IB (1997). Combating Vandalism. Retrieved (1997) from http://www.sandfordgroup.com/editoriallibrary/ar enas_pools_library/vandalism.html• S. G. Ekwow (2010) Vandalism: Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow. Retrieved May 26, 2010, from http://www.ghanaweb.com/GhanaHomePage/New sArchive/artikel.php?ID=182774
  • 31. • Retrieved September 22, 2007, from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia_talk:Van dalism/Archive_7• Vandalism (2012) Retrieved from http://www.juniorcitizen.org.uk/kids/vandalism/• Causes of teenagers problem. Retrieved January 27, 2010 from http://qalish.com/2010/01/causes-of-teenagers- problem.html• Sometimes they engage in graffiti vandalism (Jim Sanders, 2007)