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    What is teen violence? Teen violence is an act of harmful behaviors by a teen that can cause emotional or physical harm to another teen. Teen violence is the most deadliest among youth in America. Every year, many teens lose their lives to gun violence. This paper will mention the effects of teen violence in the community, what causes how it can be prevented a. Various things contribute to the causes of teen violence. There are many theories on what causes teen violence. Some things that contribute

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    Teen Violence Effect

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    most is teen violence in schools. Teen violence is all cover the world and a lot of people say it can not be stopped but there is always a way to stop something bad. Teen violence is hurting people a lot people are getting into fights at school getting beat up after school and that is putting them into hospitals and why the victim did nothing to deserve a beating and now kids are most often at hospitals because of teen violence. Teen violence has stopped only when there are anti violence groups.

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    Teen Violence Prevention

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    is only growing by the year. Unfortunately Young victims of violence are more than twice as likely to experience violence As adults. Although preventative measures are becoming standard violence is simply up on rise. Due to the violence many prevention programs have ramped up their sessions. These programs aim to teach young people nonviolent techniques, and conflict resolution skills. However to ultimately reduce adolescent violence these techniques along with other prevention methods should

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    Teen violence has become a longstanding agent in the culture of the nation’s youth. Every year, approximately one-million twelve to nineteen year olds are murdered or assaulted, many by their peers, and teenagers are more than twice as likely as adults to become the victims of violence. From schools (grammar and high school) being subdued by a fellow student on an angry rampage to figures of the law flipping and dragging students in class. Something has to be done. Although the issue is far too

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    Teen Dating Violence

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    What is Teen Dating Violence? Teen Dating Violence (TDV) is described as the physical, emotional, or sexual abuse that occurs within a relationship while dating. TDV can occur in person, or electronically by a current or former partner (CDC, 2014). Many adolescents and adults are unaware of the prevalence of TDV but a recent national study revealed that nearly 10% of adolescents have reported being hit, slapped, or intentionally physically hurt by someone they had claimed to be dating (CDC, 2014)

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    understand why he did it. Over the past several years, acts of teen violence have made both local and national news headlines. The headlines include teens that have performed mass shootings and other violent acts. In some cases, something may have triggered these young people into performing the violent acts, or perhaps, the violence was the result of longtime issues that ultimately exploded into aggressive, violent behavior. Teens may become violent when they do not have family support that they

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    Chapter five was centered around the kinds of violence and abuse. They consist of bullying, child abuse, domestic violence, elder abuse, hazing, sexual abuse, sexual harassment, sexual assault, and rape. Abuse is physical or emotional harm to someone. The most common abuse come from people you know and trust, such as family members, friends, boyfriends, or girlfriends. Violence is any physical force that is used to harm people or damage property. We see violence on TV, in movies, in the newspaper, in video

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    reasoning behind teen violence and teen involved shootings in Leon County. The facts for the research is consequential from statistical articles and sources. Sources such as Teen Violence a global view by Hoffman and Summers gave me a break down on why teens are associated with violence and the percentages. In order to do my research I conducted a survey at my high school where I asked them a serious of questions. 95% of the teens agree to gangs and drugs being a major factor to teen violence. The study

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    Violent video games contribute to teen violence. Violent video games are a huge destruction in most teens today. Most teens commit violent actions because of what they do when playing a video game. To begin with, most teens try to do a cop chase whenever they are being pulled by the road side by a police officer. Furthermore, it is in Grand Theft Auto (GTA) and some other violent action games where you learn how to escape the police. First of all, most teens who love violent games spend most of

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    motive that he could have had to want to stab so many people in the school. Sam King, the assistant principal of Franklin Regional High School tackled him to put a stop to his rampage and Hribal was charged as an adult. Ray Bradbury wrote about teen violence in his novel, Fahrenheit 451. Kids would try to run people over with their cars without a reason, it was how they

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