List Of Unique Persuasive Essay Topics About Bullying

Bullying takes on all sorts of different forms: physical, mental, psychological, virtual. The list goes on. It is also a huge problem in today’s society for people of all genders and all ages. This does mean, therefore, that there are plenty of avenues for the studying of this topic in academic, working out its causes and its effects, to name just two. Below are lists of unique and interesting persuasive essay topics to consider.

What are the causes of cyber-bullying?

Cyber-bullying has become more and more of a problem as the internet has expanded. There are many, many different types, with perpetrators often choosing to pick on people of minority status - black people, foreigners (in particular countries), homosexuals, etc. - or, when it is particularly sexual in nature, women. Why do people feel the need to ‘troll’ others over the internet? Identify a type of person and persuade your audience that your deductions are correct.

What is the percentage distribution of women and men who are victims of domestic abuse?

Women as the victims of domestic abuse are often well-documented. Men as the victims of domestic abuse, however, are not. This does not necessarily mean, however, that fewer men are victims of domestic abuse. Rather, it just means that when men are bullied by their significant others - whether male or female - they are either less likely to report it, or it is less likely to be taken seriously. Can you identify what percentages of victims are actually male and what percentages are female? How convincing are your sources and reasoning?

Can bullying be stopped? What is the best way to stop it?

Bullying of all sorts - although perhaps not over the internet - has been around for years. Depending on your definition of what makes something ‘bullying’ or ‘picking on’ someone, we could even say that it has been around as long as people have been around. It may even be possible to argue that even animals pick on each other occasionally. (This would be another interesting topic to write about in a separate essay, and one that would need really excellent persuasive skills to pull off either way!) Since it has been around so long, is it actually possible to stop people from being mean to each other? If so, what is the best way to stop people picking on each other in the various ways we do - physically, mentally, psychologically, for example?

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