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    Bullying and the Internet Technology is and will be constantly changing, because of this cyber bullying is becoming more of a problem. Some advances in technology like being able to have x-rays, MRI’s have had a positive affect, while others like the cell phone, and social media have not. In about the last 25 years bullying has evolved from being picked on at school to being harassed through things like text messaging, social media, and email. In the past, bullying could happen anywhere like on a

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    Bullying has been around for a long time, but it has been recognized in the 21st century because of suicidal deaths and an increased amount of people wanting harsher punishments on bullying. Many national surveys show that a large amount of bullying in schools is a form of direct bullying (Garby). Bullying is very harsh and people experience it at least once in their life. Just a little bit of bullying can cause people to commit suicide. There is no doubt that bullying still occurs and changes need

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    Verbal bullying includes but is not limited to teasing, name-calling, inappropriate sexual comments, taunting, and/or threatening to cause some form of bodily harm. Bethany was a victim of verbal bullying, the bullies called her names and made fun of her face, which was already a sensitive subject for the young girl. When you pick on someone’s flaws that

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    two were just horsing around”? Its actually bullying and now that it has been given a larger platform to talk on, thanks to younger and new parents and their concern for their children. There are many different types of bullying, such as hazing, cyber bullying, verbal, social, and physical bullying. Each has their own method to keep the imbalance of power between peers. Also, bullying isn’t just children, anyone

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    Bullying is a serious matter, not only in the United States but internationally. Different solutions have been implemented to help prevent bullying, but what exactly is bullying and why is it dangerous? Bullying is when “one person uses his or her greater strength, physical, or psychological; to get another less powerful person to do something they don’t want to do.”(Kiva: Bullying Prevention Scale) Bullying can be suffering, incurable, and life changing. It can be suffering because the victim could

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    called inappropriate names is not something that is ideal, especially in high school. Bullying is a very well known issue around the world, but not everyone is willing to put the effort into solving the problem. There are many different ways of bullying, in several grade levels, workplaces, online, and much more but today’s main focus is in high school. Although, not all things you do, can stop it. To end bullying, everyone needs to come together as a community, to get their word out and make the bullies

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    Bullying Bullying is the unethical harassment of one individual by another which results to psychological, social or mental issues of the primary person. Bullying can also be perceived as an aggressive behavior exerted on an individual with the intention of hurting them. The act happen when a person, in position of higher power, deliberately attack or intimidate someone in a lower position. Bullying can cause an individual to go through physical, mental or psychological stages which than could adheres

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    There are many people who are targeted to bullying, and one of them are towards LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender). Institutional and community factors, effects of bullying, and barriers as well as strategies to address bullying. There are many ways to bully someone. Bullying can affect everyone—those who are bullied, those who bully, and those who witness bullying. Bullying is linked to many negative outcomes including impacts on mental health, substance use, and suicide Lesbian, gay

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    Bullying and Mass School Shootings

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    (Friedman) “Once I got teased, I could see where the anger came from and what can make someone want to kill,” said Stefan Barone, a fourteen year old. (ABC News) The anger and depression is overwhelming and hard to control. There is no doubt that bullying cause’s suicide, and those bullied often commit acts of violence against others. The mental state of mind one reaches when it involves killing another human being is inconceivable. Some claim there’s a choice to kill or not to kill, or to commit

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    Now that we know you feel you are being bullied, we can inform you about what bullying is and how to address your bullying problem. To start off, I will give you some information about the definition of bullying. “Bullying is behaviour that is meant to be hurtful, targets a person or group of people, happens more than once and embarrasses, threatens or intimidates the person being bullied.” (BeyondBlue, 2014). Bullying is a repeated act of verbal, physical, social, psychological or cyber harassment

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