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South Korea teenagers bullied to death

South Korea teenagers bullied to death | bullying stuff.. | Scoop.it
Seung-min's room has not changed in seven months. Even the bed is exactly as he made it, just hours before taking his own life. The 13-year-old was bullied at school, and he committed suicide by jumping out of his home's seventh floor window.
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1. Why do you think the boy did not tell his parents about the bullyin he was recieving?

2.Do you think it was right to send the bullies to a juvenile correction center, or do you think that was a little extreme?

3. Do you think the WEE government coiunseling services will help? Why do you think they will or won't?

4. Do you think the U.S should adopt these counseling services?

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Nicholas Dorogy's comment, January 30, 2013 9:59 AM
I think that the boy didn’t tell his parents he was bullied because he didn’t think it was going to help or maybe he was embarrassed and didn’t comprehend why they were bullying him. Yes, I think that the boys deserved to go to “Juvy” because they bullied someone by choking him and stalking him so that they could beat him up. At least in the U.S., this is a crime if an adult does it. I also think that they deserved this because they were probably the same bullies that made the last girl commit suicide. I think that the WEE services might help a little bit, but there are people who will ignore this and laugh at it. They also might use it as an excuse to bully the child more. No, I don’t think the U.S. should adopt these services because as I said, This could be used as an excuse to bully further and I, personally, would not use this service because I would be afraid of being bullied more.
Carter Griffin's comment, January 31, 2013 7:52 AM
I do not understand how the WEE services could be an excuse to bully more, i think it would diminish excuses of bullying more if everyone got counseling.I do agree with all of your other answers though.
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For Bullied Bus Monitor, Karen Klein, Donations to Take Hurt Away

For Bullied Bus Monitor, Karen Klein, Donations to Take Hurt Away | bullying stuff.. | Scoop.it
An online fund-raising drive for a 68-year-old Rochester woman who was brutally taunted by a group of 12- and 13-year-old boys has proved hugely successful.
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Ella Thomason's curator insight, January 24, 2013 11:22 PM

In my opinion, these boys did this because they thought that they would become popular, and they would gain attention. i think that the seventh grade boys posted this to be funny. This action was a mistake! If they thought that there was any humor in this, they were just plain desprite for attention. There is nothing funny about this. The boys probably didn't have an inspiration to this horrible act. My response to this is NOT laughter. My response is anger and sadness. 

Carter Griffin's comment, January 25, 2013 7:51 AM
I believe that these boys bullied this woman to amuse their peers and gain popularity among their friends. I think they probably uploaded the video to YouTube for the same reason. They thought they would be famous for bullying this woman, and they are, but not in a good way. These kids should be ashamed for what they did. This is just plain cruel.
TrippVaughn's curator insight, January 28, 2013 8:00 PM

     I think the boys were insecure and wanted to become popular. They probably were insecure about their weight, the amount they sweat, and their hearing. They also thought that doing this would make them popular and cool. 

 

     They posted the video on youtube because the boys probably thought that doing this would make them cool and popular. If they spread the word about it the boys thought that it would make them more popular.

 

     The boys'motivation was to feel better about themselves and to gain attention by becoming popular.

 

     This article horrified and sickened me while it brightened my day at the end. it is just shocking that anybody would do such a crime, especially to a grammother. The way Max Sidorov responded is just amazing. he raised massive amounts of money for Mrs. Klein. Finnaly, raising money for Max Sidorov is a great idea. Giving kindness back to the giver is the best way to respond to anything like this.