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Book details
  • SubGenre:General
  • Language:English
  • Pages:46
  • eBook ISBN:9781624885075

The Issue of Bullying

by Donald Norris Jr

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This book presents detailed information about bullying and provides insight into studies about bullying. Information is provided about bullying to inspire addressing bullying better. This book explains what bullying is, what bullying involves, and where bullying can occur.
Bullying is a major problem in the United States today. Some people experience bullying to the point that they lose control and harm or kill others. Some individuals who are bullied may attempt or commit suicide because of the bullying. Bullying occurs at schools, in neighborhoods, and at other places. Bullying needs to be addressed better at schools, in neighborhoods, and in other areas. Addressing bullying is going to take cooperation among different people, including school administrators, teachers, and school resource officers. If bullying were addressed better, a drop in violence in schools most likely would occur. Studies have been conducted among high secondary school students to gain a better understanding of the number of students who are experiencing bullying and what the effects of bullying are. This book discusses bullying well. This paper provides insight about studies on bullying. The information about bullying can provide important information for school administrators, teachers, and school research officers. A major objective of this book is to present a better understanding of bullying and how bullying affects students.
About the author
Donald Norris Jr is an adjunct professor for Lenoir-Rhyne University, Gardner-Webb University, and Gaston College. Norris teaches Introduction to Psychology, Ethical Issues, and General Psychology. He is also the owner of Norris Tutoring, which serves the Gaston County, North Carolina area. Norris is a political contributor to the Las Vegas newspaper The Guardian Express as well. He has appeared in the films Why Did I Get Married Too, For Colored Girls, and The Hunger Games as well as the television shows Meet the Browns, Fast Track to Fame, and It's Supernatural. He is currently enrolled in a Ph.D. in General Psychology program through Capella University.