what is the relation between school shooting and bullying?

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1. Price concludes that better mental health services and more vigilance are necessary to stop school shootings.

1.1. it matters because it tells us that mental heath is a big factor

2. ime reports that they were routinely physically threatened and taunted as "dirt bags" and "in-breeds," who doesn't feel a twinge of outrage on their behalf?

2.1. it connets becaue they where called all this but never shoot up a school

3. Because we need to get rid of bullies. If we can only make bullies disappear, no kids will be victims, and no one will have any motivation to shoot up their schools.

4. Because"The great majority of school shootings are perpetrated by victims of bullying."

5. because bullying does not contribute to school shootings because 1 in 4 children and teens has a mental health issue at some point, but less than 25 percent get treatment.

6. Bullying does not contribute to school shooting?

6.1. (A Psychologica) The shooters had many friends and where very popular bullying had in cause in the effect of the shooting.

6.1.1. Experts have shown that the Columbine shooters, Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold, were not driven to murder because they were outcast victims of bullying; rather, they suffered from mental illnesses that drove them to kill.

6.1.1.1. This means that most school shooters are mentily ill then victims of bullying.

6.1.2. According to Cullen and Langman, the real explanation for the tragedy was mental illness.

6.1.2.1. makews me think we should foces on getting them help.

6.2. Hymowitz, Kay S. Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold, were not driven to murder because they were outcast victims of bullying; rather, they suffered from mental illnesses that drove them to kill.

6.2.1. Melnyk recently served on the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force, which recommends primary care screening for depression in children 12 to 18.

6.2.1.1. it connects because most people in highschool go throw some type of depression

7. Bullying contributes to school shooting?

7.1. (Blad, Evie.)"The great majority of school shootings are perpetrated by victims of bullying."

7.1.1. Amazingly, no matter how many events are screaming in our faces, "PEOPLE WHO COMMIT HORRIFIC ACTS FEEL LIKE VICTIMS," we refuse to get the message and intensify our campaign against bullies.

7.1.1.1. it means that the people that coment this crimes fell like victims

7.1.2. o one commits mass shootings and then turns their guns on themselves because they want to bully people. They do it because they feel like victims. (Again, I am not "anti-victim." The bullies and victims are us, and we are most dangerous when we feel like victims.)

7.1.2.1. makes me thick that they want people to fell the pain that they did

7.2. S. Hymowitz claims that nationwide anti-bullying programs and policies designed to prevent another school shooting such as the one at Columbine High School are based on widely accepted myths about the shooting.

7.2.1. hen Newsweek quotes a classmate saying that the two walked the halls of Columbine "with their heads down, because if they looked up they'd get thrown into lockers and get called a 'fag,'" who doesn't exactly understand the anger and frustration such abuse inspires?

7.2.1.1. this matters because its what they went through.

8. Because"We do know that other teens and young adults who were involved in other shootings were dealing with mental illness," Melnyk said. "The mental health piece is being missed in so many places."