In this research, I will argue against bullying, where I wish to examine this concept in terms of contexts, implications, laws, parties accountable, and types, among other factors that surround this phenomenon. Concerning contexts, I wish to argue that bullying is more rampant in school settings than in any other environment. In that respect, I will prove that the child involved in bullying at school and the child’ parent(s) may both be accountable for the act. Other bullying milieus that I wish to examine include offices, homes, and the internet (cyber-bullying).
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In that regard, I will examine whether or not the particular conditions which provoke crime incidents are considered by exemplary punishment determiners in implementing death penalties. I will prove that the death penalty should not be decided on the basis of the minimal costs associated with execution procedures, but on the gravity with which an offender’s act violates the constitutional rights of a victim.