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    Cliques Essay

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    A clique is just a group of people spending a lot of time together because they all have something in common. In high school, a person can walk down the halls and through the flood of students and see all kinds of cliques. Each clique has their own drama, their own way of doing things and, their own personality as a group. There are several different types of cliques too such as active cliques, creative cliques, and intelligent cliques. It is usually not very hard to determine what the common factor is in a clique, most of the time just looking at a clique can give it away. There are cliques because something brought all those people together, whether it was a type of music, a way of living or even bonding over the love they all share for a certain T.V. show. The Athlete Clique consists of students of all ages and most in the Athlete Clique play more than one sport all year. They could play football in the Fall and play baseball in the Spring. One could also be a cheerleader in the Fall and then play basketball in the Winter. This clique in some schools could also be the “Popular” Clique because they are what makes the school proud, especially a school in a “football town” such as Rosman, North Carolina. A lot of times these Athlete Cliques are big with the teachers, even…

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    Clique Research

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    Have you ever been in a clique? Or have you ever been excluded from one? A clique is it is a group of people that share similar interests and exclude others on purpose. Sometimes they exclude others and even make fun of them, which may lead to bullying. This makes people feel left out and insecure. When cliques are formed, they are created to leave kids out. In the text, how cliques make people feel left out the author states “Trey, Zack, and Steve were friends, but Zack and Steve left out Trey…

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    detention, while lifelong friendships are made by the simple act of understanding and relation. In the opening of the movie, the teenagers quickly group together based on what they know: the ‘popular’ and ‘athletic’ together, against the ‘rebel’, ‘nerd’ and ‘odd-ball’, who are all ultimately against the covetous Vice Principal. As detention drags on, the bickering teens get to know each other, sneaking around and finding activities to pass the time, slowly getting closer to one another as they…

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    often known as a clique. Cliques by definition leaves people out. Lock yourself into one, and you'll never know how many terrific friendships you may be missing.” Today, most people allow themselves to be sorted into friend groups and be labeled by the media. When allowing the media and world around them do this, they can become something they are truly not. Some people don’t let anything but their actions define them. Some say that cliques benefitted them, but others say that they missed out on…

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    Language arts Have you ever been in a clique? Or have you ever been excluded from one? Well if you are wondering what a clique is it is a group of people with similar interests that exclude others on purpose. Sometimes they leave you out and even make fun of you, this may lead to bullying and this makes people feel left out and make kids feel insecure. When cliques are formed, they are created to leave kids out. In the text, how cliques make people feel left out the author states “Trey, Zack,…

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    know about you, but “cliques” are the first thought to my mind. The media is drowning in films that portray the idea of “cliques”, but personally, I believe the film Mean Girls is the best representation of the world of cliques. Means Girls is a teen classic, and I can almost bet the majority of my generation has seen or at least heard of it. It is American teen comedy film that manifests the harsh conditions teens undergo when it comes to high school cliques. The plot starts off when previously…

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    The Inner Ring Analysis

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    Luc Martin, Blair Evens, and Kevin Spink wrote in “Coach Perspectives of ‘Groups Within the Group’: An Analysis of Subgroups and Cliques in Sport” about negative effects of the Inner Ring. They interviewed different coaches about the different subgroups within the teams. There were both positive and negative ways the subgroups can effect others. The overall consensus was, “subgroups have the potential to elicit negative outcomes for members, but can also facilitate the development of beneficial…

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    I was never physically or verbally bullied as a child. I was shy and soft spoken; therefore, I never did anything to attract attention to myself. Instead of harassment, I had more difficulty dealing with isolation. Though this is not same type of bullying we had seen in the video, it did make me depressed and abandoned. I typically felt this while attending McKinley High School. McKinley is full of cliques, which may be due to a high rate of students from the same middle schools. Most of…

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    negatively, as if we are stereotyping them, but occasionally classifying groups can help us better understand these groups with a broad view of how the people in these groups function together. Cliques can be very easily classified, but doing this without stereotyping can be difficult. When classifying, it will either be positive or negative, and the way we classify others will determine the outcome. Rosalind Wiseman's essay, "The Queen Bee and Her Court", is an excellent example of positive…

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    Young People Vs Church

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    Social climbing is simply how I would describe the cliques of people. As a result, the popular folks at church amass followers, and power. Such a system requires you to play the “game” with people of influence if you want to be a fully included member of the cliques. Have the people in church ever hurt you because you were not part of his or her clique in church. For example, Chris Surratt write, Small groups are vital to the spiritual health of your church, but what if they are falling flat or…

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