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Bullying is bad practice for society, only one found in public gathering places such as streets, schools, homes, and work places. The main reason for someone being bullied is based on their appearance, race or skin color. There is verbal and physical bullying which can both hurt a person.
Verbal bullying is the most common type of bullying. For example, criticizing someone because of their physical appearance is a lot like verbal bullying. Society teaches us to become critical of others in their downfalls. If everyone just accepted everyone for the way they are and think before they speak, verbal bullying would be something of the past. Today, we have a great deal of verbal bullying which more than likely will lead to physical bullying.
Physical bullying becomes more common in both home and school. Physical bullying can be influenced by many things. T.V., music, comic books, computers, pictures, parents, and friends are all some factors that influence physical bullying of an individual or individuals. Parental control or limited exposure to these factors might be useful steps to aid the situation. Physical bullying in schools might be easier to fight if the schools implemented stricter rules, while also encouraging a better and more useful approach toward handling problems. Unfortunately, physical bullying leads to something even more dangerous; handling deadly weapons.
Bullying people with weapons is a major concern in homes, schools, and practically everywhere else. If someone is not physically hurt, they are in some ways mentally hurt. Victims of violence should ask someone for help or just try a bit harder in believing that they are special.
Ron Banks article “Bullying in Schools”, states that students who engage in bullying behaviors seem to have a need to feel powerful and in control (Banks 47). Many bullies think highly of themselves, they like being looked up to. And they often expect everyone to behave according to their wishes. Children who...


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