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Dakota Duncan Jennifer Courtney English 2010 December 5, 2013

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U.S. Department of Health & Human Services. Stopbullying.gov.Bullying Definition. Washington DC: , Web. This source provides a very insightful definition to the subject that we can use throughout our argument. It is a definition that defines bullying is a way that is important. Bullying isnt one simple instance of a kid being hurt or made fun of but rather a repetitive imbalance of power. It is also from a government agency making it very credible and reliable I think it is very important to be able to define bullying when we are going to make argument about the subject. We will use this in the argument to gain ethos and create a strong argument right off. Lester, Leanne, et al. "Bullying Victimisation And Adolescents: Implications For School-Based Intervention Programs." Australian Journal Of Education (Sage Publications Ltd.) 57.2 (2013): 107-123. Academic Search Premier. Web. 2 Nov. 2013. This is an analysis of school-based intervention programs to stop bullying. This is extremely important for are argument because this is what we are basing our argument on. We can use this source as an example of different programs that have and have not worked. This source is full of data about early adolescence aged 11-14 which will also be important for use to use in our argument. This source also documents on how being a victim of bullying can effect a person. Rose, Chad A., Susan M. Swearer, and Dorothy L. Espelage. "Bullying And Students With Disabilities: The Untold Narrative." Focus On Exceptional Children 45.2 (2012): 110. Academic Search Premier. Web. 2 Nov. 2013.

This source is focused on the subject of bullying among children with disabilities. While the study that is talked about in the article was conducted in Great Britain it also discusses the US act of Individuals with Disabilities Education Improvement Act of 2004. It also discusses prevention and intervention of bullying. This source may be used in our argument if we decide to use disability in our argument since we may work with the Special Education program. Weiss, Jeffrey. "School Program Wards Off Bullying by Strengthening Bonds..." Dallas MorningNews.17 Oct 2010: n.p. SIRS Issues Researcher. Web. 05 Oct 2013. This article provided all of the information used when discuss the prevention Program Rtime. This was an important part because it not only provided an example of a program that seems to be using as a possible alternative. It summarizes the successful use in of Rtime in schools. We saw that not only is this working in school around the world but also that other intervention and prevention programs are not working and something needs to be done. We used this source as the backbone of successful prevention problems. Bitman, Terry. Schools Teaching Students Not to Tolerate Bullies. Philadelphia Inquirer. Nov. 21 2013: n.p. SIRS Issues Researcher. Web. 05 Nov 2013. This article starts off talking about how bullying wasnt really thought of as being a big issue before until events like the Columbine School Shootings happened. After that more people started to look at how bullying leads to violence in kids. It also talks about how schools are starting to tell kids to not take being bullied and to act on it by telling an We used this as some basic research into the topic we need a basis and this helped us build that.