Almost everyone in the general public has studied the change in child behavior today compared to their childhood years. One obvious argument is that child behavior has changed now compared to the way it was several years. The main question remains, has child behavior gotten better or worse? Children's behavior has without a doubt gotten worse over the years. The lack of respect for older people and people in authority such as a teacher has distinctly changed over the years. Children in this era are not only arrogant, but also have no consideration for people who are older than them. In fact, some children even feel that they can control their parents and teachers.
On the other hand parents always tended to look down upon changes that separate their behavior and their children. Drug use has always been around for years ago. In the 1960s the United States younger generation had a cultural movement that emphasized experimentation. Our generation may not be the best, but there has almost never been a time in history where the adolescents haven't gotten a bad feedback. Some elder people don't give children our age group a chance because they feel that we are all the same. They simply assume that we are going to be rude. This disregard is what causes children to act so disrespectful toward their elders. This tension is the cause of us just being nasty around them because they act rude to us. It's a vicious circle of frustration that will never end if we do not try to get to know each other as people instead of categorizing us according to our age. Maybe we would discover we were not as different as we once thought.