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Bullying:

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Ruby Brown

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Transcript of Bullying:

Bullying:
Then and Now

Oxford Dictionary Definition: noun
1.
a person who uses strength or power to harm or intimidate those who are weaker.
How has bullying changed over time?
1960's
1970s
1980s
1990s
Claire Shepherd and Ruby Brown
Children's Books
Oxford Dictionary Definition: verb
1.
use superior strength or influence to intimidate (someone), typically to force him or her to do what one wants.
"a local man was bullied into helping them"
2000
2010
The Fundamentals
Drinking
Gang violence
Not a known issue
Began being assessed as a real problem
Start of research about bullying
Dan Olweus
First awareness campaigns emerge in Norway
What is Bullying?
Dan Olweus: Bullying Prevention Program
Suicides in Norway prompts Prevention Programs
The word bully is emerging
School shooters that were bullied
Legislation against bullying
Word bully is used
Happens continuously
Imbalance of power
Dan Olweus

Happens continuously
Imbalance of power
Biggest component in bully prevention
Started first basic study on bullying
First "systematic intervention against bullying
World-wide recognition
Cyberbullying begins to emerge
Elementary schools are targeted with prevention
Facebook created in 2004
Word bully is coined
Cyberbullying is the main problem
Instagram, Snapchat,
Yik Yak
, etc.
Word "bullying" used incorrectly
The "Bully Mom"
Cyberbullying
Have you been cyberbullied?
Seen cyberbullying?
What app was it on?

What do you think?
Has bullying changed over time?
If so, why?
Biggest component in bully prevention
Started basic studies on bullying
First systematic intervention against bullying
World-wide recognition
Current Solutions
Types of Bullying
The Bully
The Bullied
The Bystanders
Why?
Stress
Self Esteem
Popularity
A lot of bullies...

Are aggressive or easy frustrated
Think badly of others
View violence in a positive way
Don't have much parental involvement
Have difficulty paying attention (ADD, ADHD)
Have friends who bully others
Are labeled and feel "trapped"
Are obsessed with the social ladder and being "popular"
The Popular Bully
Oxford Dictionary Definition:
verb:

use superior strength or influence to intimidate (someone), typically to force him or her to do what one wants.
Stereotypes
Abuses alcohol/drugs
Gets in fights and vandilizes
Sex/ Rape
Criminal
Anxiety: fear of being picked on
Skip school
Guilty for not standing up
Depression
Eating disorders
Sleep disorders
Health problems
Less school achievement
Schools
Air of fear and disrespect
Difficulty learning
Students dislike school
55.2% of students experience cyberbullying
Anonymous
Harsh
Less likely to tell parents
Physical
No Nonsense
Effects on the Bully
Social Emotional Intelligence
Ignore
Effects on the Bullied
Which solution do you think should be used? Why?

How do you see bullying being solved or disciplined?

Do you think have any other solutions to Bullying?
Bullyproofing
Experiment
Conclusion

After watching this project:
What is bullying? How can we deal with it?
And in the end...

Is bullying a part of society?
Human nature?
Is it important for growing up?

How should we deal with it?
Most kids get bullied because they are...
over weight
under weight
can't afford what is "cool"
are depressed
have anxiety
are weak, unable to defend themselves
don't want/are scared to be a "snitch"
have few friends
seen as annoying/provocative
antagonize others for attention
the bully is jealous
have disabilities
have a different sexual orientation

Effects on the bystanders
Why don't they just stand up for themselves?
Believe the bully
Don't know how
Who are the bystanders?
assist but don't start
don't often get in trouble
Kids Who Assist
Kids Who Reinforce
audience
laugh
encourage bully
Outsiders
don't do anything
often want to help
Kids who defend
Verbal
Self
comfort
defend
Bystanders

We tested grades 3, 5, 7, 9, and 11
3rd Grade
7th Grade
Solutions!
9th Grade
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