Essay On Causes Of Violence In Schools

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Introduction
The term violence is used to define the intentional use of physical force or power, threatened or actual, against oneself, another person, or against a group or community that either results in or has a high likelihood of resulting in injury, death, psychological harm, mal development or deprivation. Self-directed, interpersonal, collective are the levels that describe the context in which violence can be viewed. These broad categories of violence cover or explain the overall or any existing violence as they defined and separated according to the nature of each form of violence. The most causes of bitterness is conflict which then results in violence even though there are securities and police but that does not stop the violence in any way
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During the strikes learners get a great opportunity to pay revenge to teachers they commonly do not like to can damage their cars or beat them up. Let consider a classroom which is made up of most rude learners, while the teacher is writing on the board one of them throw a chalk to hit the teacher. That is also a physical violence even though there were not damages on the teacher but there was humiliation since it happened in front of a class.
THE MAIN CAUSES OF VIOLENCE IN SOUTH AFRICAN SCHOOLS.
There are two basic conditions that produce violent tendencies in human beings. One condition is that the person has been hurt. A child who is spanked, hit, beaten, or threatened with violence will have a tendency to become violent himself. Sexual abuse and emotional neglect are also hurts that can lead to violent tendencies. The accumulation of minor hurts (stress) can lead to violent behavior as well (Aletha, Ph.D., 2013). The cause of violence is not a single factor and it occur in complex ways and level which can be expressed as demographic characteristics, substance abuse and genetics etc.
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