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Bullying

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Carlos García Montoro

on 2 December 2014

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Transcript of Bullying

Why to talk about bullying?
About Bullying
Contents
About me
Motivations
Concepts
Taxonomy
Roles
How to tackle bullying
Carlos García Montoro
Born in Valencia
34 y/o
In a relationship
Master of Advanced Studies (MAS CS AI)
IT at IFIC - CSIC UV
Not an expert!
About the author
I
had
to
IFIC
I have to
talk
about
bullying
Classification of bullying
Verbal :

Name-calling (insulting)
Taunting
Relational:

Destroying peer acceptance and friendships
Physical:

Hitting
Punching
Kicking
Cyber-bullying:

Using electronic means to harm others
Bullying:

The activity of
repeated, aggressive behavior intended to hurt
another person, physically, mentally or emotionally

Roles
Victims
Suffer the bullying.
Lack of self-confidence.
Real or perceived imbalance.
Might become bullies.
Shrot-term effects
: Disorders like depression or anxiety, stress or suicide.
Long-term effects
: Insecurity, mental illnesses.
Positive development
.
Culture of bullying
Unless the
bully
mentality
is effectively
challenged
in any given group
in its early stages
, it often becomes an accepted, or supported, norm within the group.
A
culture of bullying
is often perpetuated.
Bystanders
Bystanders
: A group of
relatively uninvolved observers
.
The bully creates the illusion that they has the support of the majority.
Fear of
speaking out
in protestation.
Bullies
Motivation
: Envy and resentment.
Characteristics
: Either arrogant and narcissistic or needed to boost self-esteem.
Psychological Strength
: Either too strong or too weak.
Power
imbalance
This isn't your fault
Bully's personal issues.
Self-esteem exercise:
Write down a list of your great qualities.
Remember this list when a bully makes you feel like you are something less.
Build your army
Surround yourself with people who care about you.
Similar interests.
Try to ignore the bully
Most recommended first resort.
Bully is looking for your reaction and they'll got bored if they don't get any.
Stick close to your friends.
If your are alone get out of there!
Find someone you can talk to
Nobody has the right to make you feel unsafe, unconfortable or unhappy.
Find someone you can trust: a teacher, a parent, a friend.
No reason to tackle this by yourself.
What do you do if you are being bullied?
Questions?
Thank you
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