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ID number:187275
Published: 09.05.2011.
Language: English
Level: Secondary school
Literature: n/a
References: Used

I think that we have to look deeper into this problem. Why does the violence start? First of all, the world has to fight together against poverty and starvation in regions because conflicts start at the moments when we are desperate and want to express our anger over someone else who is better situated or weaker. The feeling of discrimination and unequality in people raise the will to change something with any kind of resources if they are afflicted by poverty, large amounts of poor people, a lot of rich people and corruption and only a little bit of an average incoming layer. People are less protected and they feel less safe because of fear of anxiety. The education is another important aspect and then the environment. Those things that are around us starting with relations between our parents and the attitude against the children in schools and the entertainment indusrty, for example, television and music, which is overfilled with aggression, lust and power.…

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