Cyber Bullying Persuasive Essay

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As we grow into adults it is hard to think back on when we were teenagers again. We may have forgotten how it felt to wear braces and being embarrassed, how math was never our strong subject, or even that time we got our heart broken by our first boyfriend or girlfriend. However, the most common thing most teens do not forget if they survive it, is being bullied. The rate for bullying in teens and young adults are on the rise. More commonly cyber bullying rates are on the rise. As adults that now have the power to make a change in a teens life we need to do something more about it. Printed advertisements are one of the oldest forms of spreading news and making issues be heard. Therefore, I am proposing a printed advertisement be made to help…show more content…
The reason the young girl will be shown sitting on the front of the stairs in from of a school is to make sure the audience gets a sense of the girls age. The audience will then start to connect the girls in the picture to how they remember high school. By using a young girl instead of using an adult that could also be bullied will draw in people to the pathos of using an innocent girl. As cyberbullying is a newer form of bullying and may not be related to all generations that view the advertisement, the advertisement will still be effective because the audience will make a personal connect with the…show more content…
Therefore, the advertisement will be much more relatable to today's society. It is important that the featured advertisement be related to today's society because parents need to be more aware of their own child and signs of bullying. A parent may not have been exposed to technology until twenty years ago. However, the signs for bullying may look relatable to the featured advertisement if the parents see these signs they may have a better understanding of what could be a deeper problem than just their child having a bad
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