Critically evaluate the mechanisms that are enforced to regulate inhumane farming methods, or the question can be “Suggest strategies that could be considered to minimize the effects of inhumane farming methods”.
Inhumane farming methods Examples
Inhumane farming methods are ways of farming that are cruel to animals. An example is battery or factory farming. This type of farming is the artificial, inhumane practice of packing too many animals, such as pigs and chickens, into small, closed spaces. These animals:
- never see sunlight
- never get fresh air
- move a little bit
- live in discomfort and frustration every day.
These animals are also unhealthy to eat. The reason that they are unhealthy is that they are often diseased and injected with antibiotics and growth hormones.
The mechanisms that are enforced to regulate inhumane farming methods
- Stop consuming factory reared products.
- Using genetic engineering where embryo is formed with the help of stem cells.
- Factory rearing of animals should be banned by government as it is harmful for environment.
Suggest practical solutions on how any Five of the youth risk behaviours can be addressed or reduced
Suggest practical solutions on how any Five of the youth risk behaviours can be addressed or reduced:
List of Five Risky behaviours and situations, with practical solutions:
Unsafe attitudes and behaviours: Includes drugs, alcohol use and experimentation, defiance and lying, moodiness and irritability, engaging in unsafe sex.
- Unprotected sexual activities that may lead to unwanted teenage pregnancies and Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs), Solution: Using a protection when engaging in sexual activities.
- strong addiction of drugs and alcohol, Solution: avoid experimenting with alcohol related drinks, as altimately leads to addiction.
- involvement in illegal works for easy earnings. Solution: stop being influenced by wrong friends who always think of getting involved in illigal works.
- under-age driving, Solution: Parents must put car key away from kids.
- unhealthy dietary behaviours. Solution: having a healthy and balanced lifestyle. This means, eating a balanced diet, getting regular exercise, avoiding tobacco and drugs and getting plenty of rest.
- inadequate physical activity. Solution: making a daily habit of physical activites: getting regular exercise.
Why is it important for Teenagers to investigate and be knowledgeable about risky behaviour
Why is it important for Teenagers to investigate and be knowledgeable about risky behaviour: Life Orientation.
Four Reasons why
- Teenagers need to investigate and be knowledgeable about risky behaviour as this helps them understand the consequences of their decisions and hopefully help them make better choices.
- Teenagers need to investigate and be knowledgeable about risky behaviour because learning more about high-risk behaviour will help them consider lower-risk alternatives instead.
- Teenagers need to investigate and be knowledgeable about risky behaviour because risk behavior is a lifestyle activity that puts a person at increased risk of suffering particular conditions.
- Some teenagers might not even have stable families, thus teenagers themselves need to investigate and eventually become knowledgeable about risky behaviour.
Media Reporting in a Democratic Society is evident when the following are in place
Media Reporting in a Democratic Society is evident when the following are in place: Life Orientation Grade 12.
A free, objective, skilled media is an essential component of any democratic society. On the one hand, it provides the information which the polity requires to make responsible, informed decisions. On the other, it performs a “checking function” ensuring that elected officials uphold their oaths of office and campaign promises and that they carry out the wishes of the electorate.GSDRC
Evidence of Media Reporting in a Democratic Society
Media Reporting should also support freedom of expression. Freedom of expression means that you can express your ideas and opinions freely through speech, writing, and other forms of communication. Freedom of expression is a basic right in a democratic society, and it applies to everyone, including individuals and the media. People may not express viewpoints that violate the rights of others.
In a democratic society such as South Africa, the following evidence need to exist to prove the presence of a democratic society:
- The role of the media is to inform society about daily events that are newsworthy.
- In a democracy, the media’s communicated, and educate.
- The media play an important role in informing citizens about their government, their rights and freedom and their health and safety.
- expose violations of human rights
- report on unlawful activities, the courts and court cases
- expose corruption and mismanagement
- communicate, inform and educate and entertain
- shape the public’s opinion
- give political information that can inform voters
- identify problems in our country and communities
- promote debate and discussion
- promote nation-building, by giving access to diverse viewpoints and world views, as well as sports cover
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