Support Groups to Combat Bullying: Effects of Bullying and…


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Support Groups to Combat Bullying: Effects of Bullying and Gang Culture
Introduction on Bullying and Gang Violence
Gang violence in America has been a problem since the early nineteen fifties, but in our modern world, the role of the gang in the life of American youth has become increasingly more dangerous. These dangers manifest themselves in terms of the relation to guns, violence, drugs and the overall intensity of gang practice. These factors, coupled with the interconnectivity we now have with the media, Internet and cell phones play a huge role in how our society is shaped. Nowadays, the stakes are higher than ever for America’s youth to want and feel acceptance, and a gang- for many alienated and at risk youth- becomes a sort of...
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