Bullying And Its Effects On Society

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Emily Lesniak
Professor Tasia Hane-Devore
English 162
November 13, 2014
Bullying Continues to Worsen Rudeness can be defined in many ways, but the definition most fitting for this topic would be, lack of manners, discourtesy. It’s been around since the beginning of time, but it’s become increasingly popular in today’s society. There are infinite ways someone could be rude to others, for example not holding a door for the next person, making fun of someone, or even disrupting someone. One big problem in today’s generation is bullying. THESIS: Bullying has increased over the past decade and nearly one in three children have claim that they have been bullied. A lot of this is because of the increase in technology and cyberbullying There is no doubt that bullying has always been around, but it is becoming more and more harsh, and the results of it are becoming more fatal. The victims of bullying are having suicidal thoughts now, more than ever. School is thought to be a place where children go to learn and socialize, it shouldn’t ever be thought of as a place of torment. But the ugly truth is that for some people that is exactly what it is.
There tends to be two types of bullies, the temporary bullies, and the habitual bullies. Temporary bullies don’t bully all the time, just when something tragic happens in their life. Some may bully if someone close to them dies, their parents’ get divorced, or the birth of a new baby to the family. These temporary bullies just need to let

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