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Transcript of BULLYING
1. Children cannot grow out of it
2. Risk of behavioural problems and abuse.
3. It will be a continuous cycle
What is the role of the bystander?
Why do children often avoid intervening?
Can you always see bullying?
"Schools, most people seem to agree, need to
reduce or even eliminate
Examples found in
How involved should schools be?
1. Identify bullying language and actions
2. Create an established system to report bullying
3. Lead classroom discussions
4. Teach skills for handling bullies
5. Provide counseling opportunities
6. Establish consequences
7. Involve parents
Wallace, M. (2012, December 04). 7 ways schools can prevent bullying. Retrieved from http://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/how-raise-happy-cooperative-child/201212/7-ways-schools-can-prevent-bullying
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Boys and Girls
Physical vs Relational
Overt (Boys) vs Covert (Girls)
Is this usually true?
Do you think it is likely for adult bullies to have children who bully as well?
1. Gain dominance or status
2. They come from unstable households
WHY CHILDREN BULLY
Bullying as a means of achieving power over another.
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Johne, Marjo. (2003, April 17). When bullies go to work: Employers that tolerate abuse
risk lower productivity, high staff turnover, costly legal fees–and worse. Globe and
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Craig, Wendy. (2001, October 19). Understanding developmental processes: Implica-
tions for intervention in bullying and victimization in elementary and high schools. Paper presented at the conference, Understanding and preventing bullying: An in- ternational perspective. Queen’s University at Kingston, Ontario.
Broderick, R. (2013, September). 9 Teenage Suicides In the Last Year Were Linked to Cyber-Bullying. Retrieved October 27, 2013, from http://www.buzzfeed.com/ryanhatesthis/a-ninth-teenager-since-last-september-has-committed-suicide
Dan Olweus’ definition of bullying
“a student is being bullied or victimized when he or she is exposed, repeatedly and over time, to negative actions on the part of one or more other students”
"Typical victims are more anxious and insecure than students in general. Further, they are often cautious, sensitive, and quiet... Also, victims suffer from low-self esteem... They often look upon themselves as failures and feel stupid, ashamed, and unattractive... [V]ictims signal to others that they are insecure and worthless individuals who will not retaliate if they are attacked or insulted... [T]hey are characterized by an anxious or submissive reaction pattern combined (in the case of boys) with physical weakness."
Psychological profiles by Dan Olweus’
"Bullies have a more positive attitude toward violence and use of violent means than students in general. Further, they are often characterized by impulsivity and a strong need to dominate others. They have little empathy with victims of bullying...[T]ypical bullies can be described as having an aggressive reaction pattern combines (in the case of boys) with physical strength."
How many repetitions are necessary in order to establish that bullying has occurred?
Interaction and Behavior
"The bully, the bullied, and the bystander are three characters in a tragic play... A child who is playing 'the bully' dresses, speaks, and acts the part, as do 'the bullied' and 'the bystander'. It is the posturing, the words, the actions, and the consequences of these elements combined that is the concern of the book"
Teachers, students, and parents should work to create an environment with an esprit de corps: the spirit of devotion and enthusiasm among members of a group from one another, their group, and their purpose (individual or group empowerment)
Do you think bullying is only