Power Of Bullying In Oklahoma

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Power of Bullying
“Did you know that bully victims are between 2 to 9 times more likely to consider suicide than non-victims, according to studies by Yale University?” (“Bullying Statistics”). Bullying has become an increasingly popular topic in high schools and middle schools across the country. Throughout the nation there are many schools, organizations, and websites that are used to inform students and teachers about the effects of bullying. But, is only talking about the effects of bullying enough to stop it? This essay is going to analyze bullying and cyberbullying in Oklahoma; causes, effects, and prevention.
Bullying is usually carried out by one person or a group of people who don’t agree with how another person lives their life. There are many types of bullying, including physical, social, and verbal. Bullying can lead to suicide and/or school shootings as revenge. Consider the following horrific experience:
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The motive behind their murderous and suicidal rampage indicated revenge for apparent mistreatment by other students. Since then, between bullying and school violence has been evaluated extensively. (“Criminal Defense”).
"Because "bullying" has become such a hot topic because of the violence and disenfranchisement it creates, many people have used it as a buzzword, calling any negative experience of youth bullying" ("Criminal Defense"). Not every negative experience should be considered bullying. For an experience to be considered bullying, an individual has to subject to any form of repeated
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