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Cause School Violence

  • Date Submitted: 07/02/2013 08:21 AM
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School violence has been the cause of   a great concern in the public for many years now. According to figures from the Ministry of Education, 8,000 cases of student fights have been reported by 38 local education departments since 2013 and 96.7% of Vietnamese students have witnessed scenes of violence in schools. These figures   really alarm an ugly violent situation at schools. Safe schools are essential to young people's ability to learn and develop healthy relationships. In fact, students are much less likely to come to harm at school than away from school. However, many schools have serious crime and violent problems make students feel unsafe and fear being at school, significantly disrupting the learning process. Therefore, recognizing what is the root cause and supporting considerable solutions are really necessary for preventing violence at school.
Many researches indicated that there are two main causes leading to school violence which are mental cause and external cause. Some students with disorders find it hard to see happiness in their daily lives. Therefore, when they become hurt by events or activities that happen at school such as being ridiculed by other members in their classes, they tend to use violence to resolve it. Besides, some students get trouble with their family or teachers, they also want to use violence to draw attention from parents or show their personalities. That is not only mental cause but also external cause leading to school violence. It cannot be denied that violence in the media, popularly TV shows, music and films, has contributed to the increase in school violence. Violence images and scenarios make children and teens keep thinking about using violence. They may help students to be destructive tendencies.
The causes of school violence may be countless, but we can classify them into four categories including individual, family, school, and community risk factors. On individual side, there are many factors affect violent trend...

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