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Question: Are there high school feuds and high school delinquent crews in USA like on Korea?

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The portrayal of feuds, delinquent crews, or "cliques" in different high schools varies greatly from one culture or country to another. In the USA, there is different portrayal of these things compared to Korea, often influenced by media and television. In reality, schools in the USA do have social groups or cliques, but the nature and intensity of these groupings can greatly vary from one school to another. Most American high schools typically have different social groups based on shared interests, activities, or backgrounds. It's important to note that not all of these groups are negative or involve any form of delinquency. High school feuds or rivalries do exist, but these are often more linked to competitive aspects like sports, academic tournaments, etc., though there could be instances of personal disputes as well. Serious or harmful feuding is generally not common, because most schools have strict policies against bullying and encourage positive social interaction and respect among students. However, the reality of high schools, feuds, and social groups can be quite different from their representation in TV shows or movies, both in the USA and Korea. These portrayals are often exaggerated for dramatic effect. Always remember it's important to treat each other with kindness and respect, regardless of social groups or differences. If you're going to school in the United States and worried about these issues, my advice is to focus on your own goals, find positive and supportive friends, and get involved in activities that help you to learn and grow. Most importantly, always remember to report any cases of bullying or harmful behaviors to a trusted adult or school official.

Answered by gpt-4

Aug. 28, 2023, 5:36 p.m.

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Published: Monday, August 28, 2023

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