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    defend him or herself (Olweus,1999). The victim is who experiences verbal, behavioral, physical or relational attacks and also insecurity and also many kinds of psychological problems like depression and anxiety (for meta-analyses, see Card, 2003; Hawker & Boulton, 2003). Studies has shown that if a child experiences the victim position for so long, the victims’ later life could be affected in the forms of low self-esteem, anxiety or even difficulty to trusting other people. (Isaacs,…

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    of the long term detrimental effects it may have on the victim. Depression is a significant psychological consequence of bullying and research has shown it to have a negative effect on the victim that can remain long after the bullying has ceased (Hawker & Boulton, 2000). Bullying has also been found to have a correlation with the victim’s academic success and behavioral traits. On the surface, it may seem easy to assume that bullying causes a negative impact on a victim’s academic life and…

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    Growing up I remember the typical bully who would take someone’s lunch money or just tease them, but now bullying has elevated to a whole new level. Social media has evolved into one of the biggest things of our time and with the rise of social media, bullying via social media has become better known besides the typical bullying that would be done to an individual. Over the years we have heard reports on bullying and have seen it all over social media such as YouTube and Facebook. Bullying has…

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    The world is urbanising rapidly. In 2008, the number of people living in cities exceeded those in the country side. Urbanisation per se is often a positive development, as urban areas tend to be more productive than rural areas…yet rapid urbanisation can outreach the capacities of cities to absorb and cater for an ever growing number of inhabitants (Matuschke 2009). India is not an exception to the general urban scenario in the world. It is becoming more urban albeit regional variations across…

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    Film Analysis: Ho's Family

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    Tsai is not interested in this. He takes a high art approach in shooting. Apart from the wide angle and long takes we have discussed, Tsai is passionate in silence. The audience can hear the sound from the air-conditioner, the yelling from other hawkers around Jung or even the sound from the stapler when Hsiao is clipping his name cards. This reminds me of the Antonioni’s films again: music is only to construct the narrative, but do not command the audience what they need to feel on the scene…

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    It is my goal to secure a position as a Restaurant Manager with an aim of providing exceptional customer service to ensure smooth operations and maximize customer base. With a pride of Vietnamese food, I would like to contribute my knowledge and skills to providing those amazingly diverse cuisines with healthy nutrition and unique flavors for foreign customers. In addition, I am also eager to offer exceptional organization skills and innovative ideas in an Accounting student’s perspective to…

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    Kopitiam Case Study

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    1. Company’s Description: 1.1. About Kopitiam Kopitiam was set up in the year of 1988. The business started off successfully when Kopitiam bid for a well-known food shop at Bishan for a shocking bid price of $2.1 million. To date, Kopitiam has expanded its Food and Beverages business with high cash flow and loyal customers in such a short period of time. It has brought in a competitive edge for her close competitors. Kopitiam outlets are famous for its authentic local food that are sold at an…

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    intended victim, calling the victim hurtful names, or excluding and isolating the victim from social circles. Regardless of the method, bullying has been found to cause a number of emotional, psychological, and behavioral problems among its victims (Hawker & Boulton, 2000). We predict that participants in our rejection condition who write about a time they rejected another person will not engage in the just world bias to the same extent as those in the accepted or deserved conditions where they…

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    Drug Addiction as an Important Element in Victorian Novels: A Brief Discussion with reference to The Moonstone by Wilkie Collins The consumption of drug has always been a common part in the lives of people. People consume different type of drugs for several reasons. Some take it for medical reasons while some others take it for pleasure. The addiction towards a certain drug can have great influence on one’s life both physically and mentally. While talking about drug addiction we mainly refer to…

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    Silvia Alternate Ending

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    With the letter back in the envelope, she wondered if maybe holding it a day would allow her time to conjure up a good excuse. Her navy-blue, plaid skirt was caked with mud and her knee highs were splotched with blood. Upstairs, Marci heard a series of exasperated sighs and rolled her eyes. Once again, her mother was having a fit. First, she heard the familiar scuff of shoes and recognized the foot patterns of Silvia Aurora Herrero, just before she walked into the kitchen. Marci’s face lit…

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