Compose a 2000 words essay on School Bullying. Needs to be plagiarism free!Download file to see previous pages… Bullying cases are increasing day by day in schools everywhere in the world. Bullying

Compose a 2000 words essay on School Bullying. Needs to be plagiarism free!

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Bullying cases are increasing day by day in schools everywhere in the world. Bullying takes place in many forms such as Physical, verbal, social, cyber etc. Physical bullying causes physical injuries to the victim whereas social, cyber and verbal bullying cause psychological problems. Physical bullying refers to direct attack on the victim whereas other forms bullying refers to name calling, making offensive remarks, with respect to religion, appearance, gender, culture, social and economic status etc. “A study by the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development estimated that 1.7 million U.S. children in grades 6 through 10 can be identified as bullies” (Safe Schools Project) (See appendix for more details). The above statistics clearly reveals the seriousness of school bullying cases. Moreover such cases are increasing day by day even though society is advancing rapidly. School bullying is a universal phenomenon which is mostly occurs from 6 th standard to 9 th standard. Moreover, it occurs in all schools irrespective of the location of schools. In other words, school bullying occurs in all urban, suburban, and rural areas. Some people argue that school bullying should not be treated as a serious offense. In their opinion, school bullying helps the victims to develop resistance and meet the realities of life or difficult life situations in future. On the other hand critics of school bullying argue that bullying should be considered as a serious offense in schools because of the huge physical and psychological problems it can develop upon the victims. This paper argues against school bullying after analyzing various types of school bullying and its consequences upon the victims. Bullying occurs in schools out of jealousy. For example, there are many bullying victims who happen to be bright students. Dull students may develop jealousy towards bright students and they will look for opportunities to attack the bright students in all possible manners. In some cases, beautiful students suffer more because of bullying. Here also, students who have inferiority complexes with respect to their appearances may to attack the beautiful one either physically or verbally. In short, in many cases, the motivation for bullying is arising from jealousy. The aggressive behavior is getting more and more strengthened in the minds of upcoming generation as time goes on because of their increased exposure to media like television, films and internet. It should be noted that aggression is a major theme in most of the television programs and films. In many of the films heroes often exhibit aggressive behaviors. In short, celebrities play an important role in cultivating the image that aggression is a status symbol. In other words, many of the teenagers believe that aggression is an activity which may bring recognition among peers. Thus many teenagers started to exhibit heroism and aggression through bullying. Teenagers do not have the ability to segregate between the good and evil. They don’t have the maturity to think about the consequences of their actions. In some cases teenagers engaged in bullying in order to catch the attraction of opposite sex.

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