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How Young Children Are Becoming Victimized

Summary: In the U.S. on a regular school day, three of ten children are involved in bullying incident. Either as the ones causing it, witnessing it, or actually being the victim of the bully. From as young as grade school kids are worried about being socially accepted. The trend is becoming: be the bully, or you will be the one bullied.
In the U.S. on a regular school day, three of ten children are involved in bullying incident. Either as the ones causing it, witnessing it, or actually being the victim of the bully (Greenya, 1). In our western culture, perfection and being unaccepted for being imperfect is becoming more and more pervasive. From as young as grade school kids are worried about being socially accepted. The trend is becoming: be the bully, or you will be the one bullied. From children to adults bullying seems to be a "desperate [way] for some people to maintain a circle of human contacts (Marano, 3)." Although children are the ones seen as being rude and mean to their peers, this same attitude is found in adults although it may be portrayed on a different form. Whether it's because of someone's weight, their sexual orentation, a disability, or that one is social unacceptable...

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