BY: Jamesha Ceaser
In the state and mind of a person that tends to get bullied, they always lash out. The victims have been known to start school violence. For example: assault and theft, peer abuse, and harassment (Bullying 2).
With a rise in bullying incidents reported in the media across the country, parents and educators are concerned about the amount of unreported bullying that lies beneath the media’s radar and the effects that bullying has on victims (Peg 1).
In the United States, about 40 percent of adult internet users have been harassed online in varying levels of severity, ranging from name-calling to physical threats to outright stalking (Mendoza 2).
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Tyre, Peg. “Bullying Is on the Rise.”Has Child Behavior Worsened? Ed. Amy Francis. Detroit: Green haven Press,2014. At Issue. Rpt. From “ Too Cruel for School: The Rise of Bullying.” Family Circle(1 Oct. 2012). Opposing Viewpoint in context.web.29 Jan. 2015.
Uhls, Yalda T. “ Cyberbulling Has a Broader Impact than Traditional Bullying.”Cyberbullying. Ed.Louise I. Gerdes. Detriot:Greenhaven Press,2012. At Issue. Rpt.From:“Is Bullying going Digital? Cyber Bulling Facts.” PsychologyinAction.org.2010. Opposing Viewpoints in Context. Web.29 Jan 2015.