The Pros And Cons Of Bullying
This anti-bullying law serves as one way to deal with the problem and probably one of the most potentially effective solutions. Ingle does not think so. He believes the solution is to "teach the kids manners, starting at home." This solution barely makes any sense. There is no way to require parents to teach their children manners at home and no way to make sure these manners remain the same across different households. Children are raised differently and will always be raised differently due to their home, parents, and environment. It is illogical to believe that simply attempting to teach children manners will prevent bullying from …show more content…
Bullying increasingly exists as an issue in children and young adults which begs society to act and prevent it from continuing to happen. It is unfair to assume that rude comments do not count as bullying because they could very much result in the same detrimental effects that "regular" bullying does. In addition, lawsuits are inevitable and not a factor that cannot be avoided through any attempted solution to a problem. Ingle possesses many flaws in his article. While this new bullying law can be analyzed many different ways, it comes down to the fact that children should not feel threatened, afraid, or hurt by others in their school or town and since this is an occurring problem, action must be taken to ensure the safety and security of those around us.
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Ingle, Bob. "In War on Bullying, We've Gone Overboard | Daily Record | Dailyrecord.com." Daily Record | Parsippany News, Community, Entertainment, Yellow Pages and Classifieds. Serving Parsippany, New Jersey | Dailyrecord.com. 16 Sept. 2011. Web. 18 Oct. 2011.