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  • What are the key points that Hickling & Walcott state in their article?
  • Identify four key points made by Hickling and Walcott  
  • well some persons are not able to self-reflect, thereby moving away from justifying their actions by blaming others and not seeing themselves as the source to blame for their actions.
  • Identify four key points made by Hickling and Walcott cont'd 
  • Ok... I'm sure most of the fathers showed little or no interest in their sons upbringing. 
  • Yea..what was also an eye opener for me was the fact parenting and the style of parenting contributed greatly to the crimes done by these men 
  • Identify four key points made by Hickling and Walcott cont'd 
  • Just imagine some of those men started work at age ten while some only reached 4th or 5th grade. 
  • wow.. that means most of them are somewhat illiterate. Now that can explain their behaviour. Were they flogged as well? 
  • Yes.. a majority of convicted murderers are said to be suffering from aggressive behaviors as they were physically abused as children by their mothers.
  • Tamara: ...there is a large percentage of the convicted murderers who displayed evidence of early paternal rejection revealing much conscious and unconscious anger and repressed hostility towards this rejection.
  • Identify four key points made by Hickling and Walcott cont'd 
  • wow...well we know it's not only in Jamaica these thing happen. Right here in Trinidad & Tobago.
  • Tamara..men expressed their resentment and blame their behaviour on their father’s desertion. A  majority of the subjects (22,63%) lived for most of their formative life  with their mothers.
  • Issues discussed by Hickling and Walcott in a caribbean Context
  • yes right here in Trinidad & Tobago the men are seen to have no regard for the law or themselves. Some are very disrespectful.
  • Tamara: statistics shows that 24 of the men reached grades 0-4, 11 of the men reached grades 5 or more.  13 of the men are fairly literate, 11 are semi-literate, 11 are totally illiterate
  • Issues discussed by Hickling and Walcott in a caribbean Context
  • This mental health is wide spread. More should be done about it.
  • Tamara: 24 or (69%) of men in the study experienced flogging as punishment of which 14 or  (40%) were flogged frequently. The flogging produced wales, cut and bruises about the body. 
  • Tamara:... It seems to be the same modus operandi in the other Caribbean islands.  This 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)..
  • it seems the legacy of slavery and plantation life contributed to this protracted violence
  • Behaviours are influenced by social and economic inequality, because the young men are not content they develop the habit of robbing and stealing
  • Tamara: T&T Guardian Newspaper (2011) “There is an alarmingly high incidence of personality disorder among Caribbean people, particularly among the region’s leaders.”  Caribbean people continue to struggle with issuesof managing power and there is a need to change this dysfunctional behaviour to heal society individually and nationally. (Professor: Personality disorder prevalent in Caribbean)
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