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Bullying It happens inside and out

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Hamdi Salad Farah

on 11 December 2014

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Transcript of Bullying It happens inside and out

It happens inside and out
Cyber Bullying
Canadian Statistics
Why do People Cyber Bully?
Bystander Role
Why people are bullied ? who are the victims ?
Where can you go for help in the GTA and how do you report it?
Cyberbullying is bullying that takes place using electronic .
Electronic includes devices and equipment such as cell phones, computers, and tablets as well as communication tools including social media sites, text messages, chat, and websites.
64 per cent of kids had been bullied at school.
» 12 percent were bullied regularly (once or more a week).
» 13 percent bullied other students regularly (once or more a week).
» 72 percent observed bullying at school at least once in a while.
» 40 percent tried to intervene.
» 64 percent considered bullying a normal part of school life.
» 20-50 percent said bullying can be a good thing (makes people tougher, is a good way to solve problems, etc.).
» 25-33 percent said bullying is sometimes OK and/or that it is OK to pick on losers.
» 61-80 percent said bullies are often popular and enjoy high status among their peers.
Why do some people become victims and others do not?
The victim is often bullied because of his/her physical traits.
They are likely to be shy, sensitive, anxious, and insecure, have low self-esteem and lack social skills.
Physical traits that tend to be picked on are being overweight, physically small, having a disability, or belonging to another race.
Bystanders need to realize that bullying is a serious problem, and that a lack of action on their part will only give bullies more opportunities to torment their victims.
Some argue that close to 50% of all bullying events stop when a bystander decides to intervene which just further shows the importance of intervening.
If you are being bullied you can go to a:

Memebers From The Community
friends and family
Kids Help Phone: (http://www.kidshelpphone.ca/teens/home/splash.aspx) 1-800-668-6868
1. MYTH: Bullies suffer from insecurity and low self-esteem. They pick on others to make themselves feel more important.

Fact: Most bullies have average or above-average self-esteem. They "suffer" from aggressive temperaments, a lack of empathy,.

2. MYTH: Bullies are looking for attention. Ignore them and the bullying will stop.

Fact: Bullies are looking for control, and they rarely stop if their behavior is ignored. The level of bullying usually increases if the bullying is not
addressed by adults.

3. MYTH: Boys will be boys.

Fact: Bullying is seldom outgrown; it's simply redirected. About 60
percent of boys identified as bullies in middle school commit at least one crime by
the time they are 24.
Canadian Statistics
Prevention On Cyber Bullying
Social Media


Effects On Cyber Bullying
- Cell phones and computers themselves are not to blame for cyberbullying.
- Social media sites can be used for positive activities, like connecting kids with friends and family, helping students with school, and for entertainment.
- But these tools can also be used to hurt other people. Whether done in person or through technology, the effects of bullying are similar.

- Kids who are cyberbullied are more likely to:
Use alcohol and drugs
Skip school
Be unwilling to attend school
Receive poor grades
Have lower self-esteem
Have more health problems
Who knows why kids do anything?
When it comes to cyberbullying, they are often motivated by anger, revenge or frustration.
Sometimes they do it for entertainment or because they are bored and have too much time on their hands and too many tech toys available to them. Many do it for laughs or to get a reaction.
Some do it by accident, and either send a message to the wrong recipient or didn't think before they did something.
Educate YourSelf
Be Aware Of Consequces
Be smart of your choices
Be safe

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