I would say the last one. The first two are dependent on the individual, and the school. The third is too general and difficult to find real statistics on. Honestly a better topic would be "Why" is cyber bullying the most popular method of bullying. You could do a whole section on comparing the amount of people who have experienced bullying in person vs. online. Another section on the different types of bullying used online, and many other ideas.
The premise defines the evidence, or the reasons, that exist for proving your statement. Premises often start with words like “because”, “since”, “obviously” and so on.
Stage two: Inference
In this stage, we take one or more statements that are agreed upon as true and come up with a new statement. This new statement often uses the words “implies”, “suggests” or “therefore”.
Stage three: Conclusion
The conclusion of an argument is a final statement. The conclusion is often stated as the final stage of inference. It’s validity, or truth, is confirmed by the truth of the premises statement(s) and the inference statement(s). Conclusions use words like “therefore”, “it follows that”, and “in conclusion”.
In Shakespeare's "Sonnet 29," the speaker feels depressed because he wishes he were wealthier, more gifted and prosperous, and that he had more friends. However, his mood changes when he becomes fully aware that his woman loves him. As a result, he feels happier and more enthusiastic.
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