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Transcript of Bullying
So what is bullying?
Bullying is repeated verbal, physical, social or psychological aggressive behavior by a person or group directed towards a less powerful person or group that is intended to cause harm, distress or fear.
Bullying awareness Photo
Impact on the bullied
Types of Bullying
How has it become a huge problem in our society?
By Mickayelah Iliev
What forms does it come in?
There are various types of bullying , these include:
Verbal or written abuse
- such as targeted name-calling or jokes, or displaying offensive posters.
- including threats of violence.
- unwelcome or unappreciated conduct of a sexual nature, which could reasonably be expected to cause offence, humiliation or intimidation.
and other hostile behavior towards students relating to gender and sexuality of one.
Discrimination including racial discrimination
- treating people differently because of their identity.
- Is harmful name-calling or threats to someone either online or via mobile phone.
Forms in which bullying comes in is physical violence,
verbal threats or name- calling, social and/or physiological
Students who are bullied are more likely to:
• - Feel disconnected from school and not like school
•- Lack of quality friendships at school
•- Display high levels of emotion that indicate vulnerability and low levels of resilience
•- Be less well accepted by peers, avoid conflict and be socially withdrawn
• - Have low self-esteem
• - Have depression, anxiety, feelings of loneliness and isolation
• have nightmares
• - Feel wary or suspicious of others
• - Have an increased risk of depression and substance abuse
• in extreme cases, have a higher risk of suicide.
Bullying has become a huge issue in our society as
the increase rate of suicide has been made aware of
due to the factor of Bullying that has been increased
immensely throughout the years. This includes bullying in schools, workplace and in the community.
•*Suicide is the third leading cause of death among young people, resulting in about 4,400 deaths per year.
*•Bully victims are between 2 to 9 times more likely to consider suicide than non-victims, according to studies by Yale University.
*•According to statistics reported by ABC News, nearly 30 percent of students are either bullies or victims of bullying, and 160,000 kids stay home from school every day because of fear of bullying.
*•A study in Britain found that at least half of suicides among young people are related to bullying
The Genre in this particular picture is displayed as a non- fiction drama, as it portrays a story like image. It is showing what bullying is and what it can result in, through a creative way of a drama sense genre.
Comparison Between both text types:
The Bullying awareness image and the bullying documentary have both similarities and differences
through Target Audience, Language choice, Structure, Genre and Style. The target audience in both text types are aimed at a different audience , yet do share one similarity as they both are aimed at teenagers, yet they also go on to appeal to more of a target audience. As the " The Bully" documentary aims at more of the parents whose children have or are being bullied and what they can do about it, it also aims at the schooling system letting it slide through. While on the other hand the " The Bullying awareness photo", is completely aimed at teenagers that are in high school and who see this kind of behavior happening in their schools. The language choice in both texts are quite different as they the Bullying documentary is quite formative, as it is from perspectives of a child and his parents and what they went through while he was getting bullied, his teachers and a psychologist. By looking at the image it takes quite a vastly different approach to make awareness of bullying by using informal language choice so that teenagers can relate and feel endured to listen and take notice. Both ways are quite efficient in bringing awareness of bullying in our schools. The structure in the documentary and the image are very different as for starters they are both different text types, one is a image whilst the other is a documentary. The bullying documentary and the awareness post have the similarity that the style of both of them are creative as they are trying to convey a serious issue that they want people to become aware of and they have turned it into an interesting way in which they target audience, learns more of the issue of bullying that is happening in our society. Lastly, the genre of each of the text types were compared and with that it can be drawn that the image and the documentary are not the same genre as the image is displayed as a non- fiction drama, whilst the documentary is a genre of non-fiction real life documentary.
All in all it can be said that the both the Bully Documentary and the Bullying awareness image have both similarities and differences. Both are successful in providing the audience with knowledge of bullying as a huge society issue.
The Style that is vigilant in the picture is that the author displays a real creative way to portray the issue of bullying to the audience. This is so that they can be captured and learn what is happening in our schools and what teenagers really go through even though they are already facing troubles.
The structure that has been seen in this image is a structure where it seems like it has a story structure or even to a point a poem structure. This technique helps to capture the audiences attention. As it is not long, which would make the target audience, who in this case is teenagers appealed.
Target audience is one of the most profound techniques that are vigilant in all texts, in this specific image the target audience that has been portrayed is aimed at teenagers. Teenagers who have been bullied and who have been in these particular situations or those who have been apart of bullying others, are at most the vigilant target audience.
The language choice in the bullying image has set a scene of an informal text, where it portrays a sense of language that can be relatable to the target audeince, which in this case is teenagers. As the language has a tone that seems like it is putting blame on the audience, which really draws them more into the issue.
By the language choice of this text it is very capturing for the audeince and creates a sense of appeal.
First Source: The Bully documentary
Target Audience- The target audience in this documentary is aimed at parents
whom their children have been or are being bullied. It is also trying to aim it at a schooling system and what they can do more to help teenagers that are being blindly bullied in the schools.
Genre- The genre is a non- fiction documentary, where it is showing real life stories from personal victims that know what it is like to be so severely bullied to the point of obtaining metal disorders. As seen through this young boy who has shared his story.
Style- The style that is vigilant in the "Bullying Documentary" is a style in which is trying to perceive a real life issue that is quite vigilant in our society. It is using the style of a documentary to express the issue in a manner that appeals.
Language Choice- Language choice that is shown throughout the documentary is a clear representation of both formal and informal language as it has speakers that have been bullied themselves, psychologists that work closely with those bullied and 'bullies' themselves. It makes it formal as there are professionals who are speaking and it makes it informal by choosing to put bullies in to talk about what exactly they have done and answer the real questions of why they do, what they do.
Structure- Structure is another main element that helps to portray the message in a creative way, helping to engage the target audience, as seen in this documentary. Where they creatively structure the documentary to appeal to the target audience and making sure that they capture the real issue of bullying, throughout the documentary.