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  • Identify four key points made by Hickling and Walcott. 
  • Yes really sad, Hickling & Walcott (2013), further implies that .......
  • Research by Hickling & Walcott (2013) showed that most young men that commit crimes live in families where fathers show little or no interest in their son’s up bringing. 
  • Identify four key points made by Hickling and Walcott. 
  • Hickling & Walcott (2013), also provided data which proved that .......
  • Yes I can attest to that, in my community, ........
  • To what extend are the issues discussed by Hickling and Walcott in the Jamaican context relevant to other countries in the Caribbean? 
  • No! I do not think so. ............
  • Do you think that Jamaica is the only Caribbean island which faces these issues? 
  • Susan........impulsivity or failure to plan ahead, irritability and aggressiveness as indicated by repeated physical fights or assault, reckless disregard for safety for self or others,consistent irresponsibility.
  • To what extend are the issues discussed by Hickling and Walcott in the Jamaican context relevant to other countries in the Caribbean?
  • What about Barbados, are the same challenges faced?
  • Susan......the majority of persons convicted for murders are said to be suffering from aggressive behaviors and were physically abused as children by their mothers. Gaylene.....one of the main causes for the increase of crime rates by young men is the history of physical abuse of discipline.
  • To what extend are the issues discussed by Hickling and Walcott in the Jamaican context relevant to other countries in the Caribbean?
  • I believe the situationin St.Kitts-Nevis is based on violence
  • I believe the situation in St. Kitts-Nevis is based on violence that ........ 
  • Susan: The islands of the Caribbean share a legacy of slavery and the brutal plantation life imposed by colonial rule are seen as major contributors to the protracted violence experienced by our ancestors. Hickling & Walcott(2013). The issues discussed by Hickling & Walcott are relevant to those individuals who exhibits such disorder in St. Lucia. As it appears we face similar patterns of criminal violence which seems to stem from the same modus operandi.
  • To what extend are the issues discussed by Hickling and Walcott in the Jamaican context relevant to other countries in the Caribbean?
  • So, what he is saying then is that even ourregional Leaders are affected by personality disorders?   This mentalhealth problem is widespread indeed and much more persons should be made aware. 
  • The issues of personality disorders continue to be prevalent in Jamaica and the Caribbean....  
  • I believe the situationin St.Kitts-Nevis is based on violence
  • Susan:...They are just disrespectful and reckless and have no respect for themselves, others or the law.  According to an article in The Barbados Advocate (2017), “The Ministry of Health has allocated just about $30.5 million to psychiatric care.” Yes! Barbados has it challenges as well.
  • In Barbados we are faced with the same challenges as Jamaica...... 
  • Gaylene...was originally manifested against political, economic and racial exploitation and the history of our nations still affect the behaviour of our young men (Hickling, 2013)..
  • Yea, that is true but the behaviours are also influenced by social and economic inequality, the young men are not contented, so they develop the habit of robbing and stealing. Gaylene tell me a little more about the personality disorder in Jamaica.
  • Yes that is true
  • Gaylene:  Trinidad and Tobago Guardian Newspaper (2011) quoted Professor Hickling statement that, “There is an alarmingly high incidence of personality disorder among Caribbean people, particularly among the region’s leaders.” (para. 1).  He went on to say that people of the Caribbean continue to struggle with issues of managing power  and authority and impulse control and  there needs to be apledge to change dysfunctional behaviours and thereby heal society was crucial, both on an individual and communal level. (Professor: Personality disorder prevalent in Caribbean)
  • So, what you are saying then is that even our regional Leaders are affected by personality disorders?   This mental health problem is widespread indeed and much more persons should be made aware. 
  • Yes that is true
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