Professor Nichole Mason
Should the state or federal government put laws into place to prevent bullying?
Bullying is one of the major problems in our society which is an hostile behavior that contains unsolicited, undesirable actions. Bullying is everywhere but is more common in schools. People who been bulled find it satisfaction hurting people. Bulling comes in many way for example, when someone is Being threatened or being forced to do things by students who bully, Racial bullying which is based on stereotyping that is based on color. Student who bullies can have extensive impact on the students they bully which can lead to the student not been able to focus in class. Furthermore Bullying can also lead to depression, low self-esteem, health problems, poor grades and the most harmful one suicidal thought, and so on. Moreover, it is true people who bully are doing it for a reason not more than power. This case does not only affect the people who bullied or the bully, it also affect the people that saw it because the people who saw might also feel threatened, powerless or insecure in their environment. In other word the government needs to create laws to prevent bullying because if bullying goes on and the government does not take action, the environment of terror and disrepute. The Students will have trouble learning and will hate education because they do not feel safe and it is like no one care about them. Bullying should not be tolerated as a behavior in any organization because it does not just affect the victim but the people who saw it.