Increasing School Violence

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SCHOOL VIOLENCE: AN INCREASING CONCERN IN THE LAST FEW YEARS
Violence can be defined as strictness, using force instead of verbal communication, or excess of scolding and humiliation.(Kardaş, ‘TRNC Journal of National Education’, “Violent tendencies of students and attidudes of teachers towards violence” no.3, 2009, p. 13) It is generally agreed today that school violence has become a serious phenomena.In contrast to common belief, it is not new though, for it is originated in ancient times. “From the coordinated attack at Columbine High School in Colorado, to the one-man massacre at Virginia Tech, violence in schools has become a topic of increasing concern in recent years and has prompted a flurry of studies on possible precursors to gun-related
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3, 2009 , p. 17) Children choose to exhibit the negation which this variation begets in their psychologies by means of actions intended for violence.The countries which have a great deal of migration from other countries and which have population flow with a view to work or intense settlement also run across to this stuation.(Özcan, ‘TRNC Journal of National Education’, Violent tendencies of students and attidudes of teachers towards violence, no. 3, 2009 , pp. 18) For example, in Germany the youth who came to the country as an immigrant and who have various social, cultural, ethnical and religious structures regard themselves as outsider and different among German society.This position orientate them towards violence.Moreover, the authors of more recent studies have proposed that, 80% of juveniles who have something to do with incidents aimed at violence are immigrants. (Mutlu, ‘TRNC Journal of National Education’, Violent tendencies of students and attidudes of teachers towards violence, no. 3, 2009 , p. 18).Secondly, the gap between people who become wealthy undeservedly and who take pains to achieve it is getting bigger and bigger.Children’s

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