SOC312 Bullying Journal

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ut will benefits you( the buller) (Sharp, S., 2010). Bullying mostly happens in public schools. The reason for this being, in public school s there are rules but not strictly as in the case of private school. In some public school bullying are legal but that one cannot be found in private school since in private school it is true that everyone depends on his pocket or his or parents money but in public school s

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Bullying Name: Janice Ketchum SOC 312 Child Family & Society Instructor Name: KimberlyAvalle Date: September 1, 2014Bullying is defined as the use of force or threats so as to abuse other or let them do what they dont want but will benefits you( the buller) (Sharp, S., 2010). Bullying mostly happens in public schools. The reason for this being, in public school s there are rules but not strictly as in the case of private school. In some public school bullying are legal but that one cannot be found in private school since in private school it is true that everyone depends on his pocket or his or parents money but in public school some school are government sponsored so everything there is taken freely. (Sharp, S., 2010).This is the reason why bullying is mostly found in public school. Somebody

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