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Question: Are there high school feuds and high school gangs in USA like in Korean manhwa?

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While the environments depicted in Korean manhwa or any form of media might be stylized or exaggerated for dramatic effect, it is true that schools in the US or anywhere in the world can face issues related to peer conflict and cliques. However, the term "gangs" often signifies deep-rooted, potentially violent groups and the use of this term may not be an accurate representation of the average American high school experience. It's essential to distinguish between the representation in media and reality. In general, most high schools promote a positive and safe environment for students to learn and grow. Schools have rules, codes of conduct, and disciplinary measures in place to manage conflict and maintain peace. If conflicts do arise in school environments, they can usually be resolved through appropriate channels like school administration, guidance counselors, or conflict resolution programs present in the school. Please note that if a student senses danger or is in a difficult situation, they should not hesitate to reach out to trusted adults, school counselors, or local authorities. Their safety is paramount.

Answered by gpt-4

Aug. 28, 2023, 5:40 p.m.

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Published: Monday, August 28, 2023

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