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Harassment & Body Image

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Transcript of Harassment & Body Image

Harassment & Body Image
Key Terms
Overview
Term Practical Theory Assessment
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Harassment & Body Image

Sexuality & Relationships

Nutrition

Developing Concepts and Skills for Physical activity


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Multimodal Presentation

Assignment


Exam
Fitness Testing & Tennis

Auskick AFL
& Athletics

Milo Cricket


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Bullying - Is treating someone in an overbearing or intimidating manner

Harassment - (Formulate your own definition)

Racism - Hostile or cruel behaviour towards people because they belong to a different race

Mediate - Making connections between the differing interests in society to produce the best outcomes

Cyber Bullying - Is the use of information and communication technologies to support deliberate repeated and aggressive behaviour by an individual or group that is intended to harm others

Sexual Harassment - Unwelcome sexual advances, requests for sexual favors, and other verbal or physical conduct of a sexual nature that tends to create a hostile or offensive environment

Body Image - (Formulate your own definition)


Casey - Victim Fights Back!!!
Casey Interview
Consequences....
Prevalence
Overcoming Bullying
Richard Interview
Activity - Positive Image Letter
Some of you may find it hard to list your positive qualities and abilities. Fill in the missing gaps in the letter below with words that will help to create a description of your positive image
Hi, my name is ____________ I am _______ years old and attend school at ___________________. I am writing to tell you about me. I am _______ centimetres tall. I have __________ hair and __________ eyes. I think that my most attractive feature is ____________ .

At school my favourite subject is __________ and the subject I usually get the best marks in is ___________. My proudest achievement at school so far is ____________________________________________________________.

In my spare time I like to ________________________________________.
My proudest achievement in my spare time/ recreational activity was when ____________________________________________________________.

When I leave school I would like to be _____________. I think I would be good at this or enjoy it because___________________________________.
My favourite place is ___________________________. I like it there because ____________________________________________________________.

My best friends are ____________________________. I like spending time with them because ___________________________________________. I think my friends like me because _________________________________.

It has been nice writing to describe myself to you.
Your new friend,
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Activity - When your self-esteem takes a hiding...
Situation How would you cope Positive way of coping
Your the last one chosen in a game of sport by two captions

No one at home is interested in hearing your exciting news about the day

Your best friend has started spending more time with someone new

You fail miserably in a test

You make a fool of yourself in your oral presentation

Everyone in your group has a girlfriend or boyfriend except you

Create 3 of your own scenarios...
Bullying
Bullying is any actions of a person or group of people that has the effect of making you feel threatened, harassed, intimidated, nervous or uncomfortable.

Our school policy is that students should never have to just put up with bullying. You have the right to feel totally safe and secure when you are in this school.

Harassment
Harassment is often used to describe negative behaviour toward someone on the basis of difference. For example:
Gender
Racial Background
Religion &
Cultural Beliefs
Ability & Disability
Socioeconomic status

Overcoming Harassment
Ignoring or blocking
Talking to a teacher, Deputy or friend
Stay in groups with friends
Avoid opportunities for conflict
Report to the authorities or even Police for more serious cases
Speak to the school health nurse or student councillor or School Chaplain
What strategies would you use to shield yourself from repeated bullying?

How would your strategy work to stop the bullying from happening?

Cyber Bullying
Cyber bullying is the use of information and communication technologies to support deliberate repeated and aggressive behaviour by an individual or group that is intended to harm others.

What methods can be used to bully people?

What evidence should you provide?

Avoiding Cyber Bullying
Don’t give out personal information to anyone you don’t know or trust

Change security settings on facebook to restrict what people can see on your home page

Do not accept people as a friend if you don’t know them

Be careful in chat rooms if you don’t really know who you are talking to

Don’t give your phone number out to just anyone

Talking to a person who may feel uncomfortable
Standing within a persons’ personal space
Staring or Leering at a person or part of their anatomy
Giving a person compliments about their appearance if it makes them feel uncomfortable
Unwanted Physical contact, even a massage of the shoulders or a hug can be considered as sexual harassment
Dealing with Sexual Harassment
Speak up and don’t let it continue if it is unwanted attention

Do not lead someone on – No confusion

Report it to a teacher, Guidance officer, deputy, principal, school health nurse, school police officer, parents or friends

Dress appropriately at all times

Communicate feelings clearly with those you care about

Body Image
Write down 5 things that come to mind when you hear the words 'body Image'?
Your body image is how you think and feel about your body. Body image involves your thoughts, perception, imagination and emotions. It does not necessarily reflect what you see in the mirror or what other people see. Poor body image is often linked to dieting, over-exercising, or eating disorders such as anorexia , bulimia and binge eating disorder, and to other mental health issues such as low self-esteem, depression or anxiety.

www.betterhealth.qld.gov.au

In two/three paragraphs you are to write a summary of what you just witnessed. Use the following questions to guide your response:

What are your initial thoughts?
Who do you believe to be the bully and victim?
Were Casey's actions justified?
Did the bystanders help or hinder the situation?
What alternative conflict resolution strategies could have been used to nullify the situation?


Has Casey's version of events altered your perception of the situation?
Has Richard's version of events altered your perception of the situation?
Overcoming Body Image Issues
Body image dissatisfaction (or negative body image) happens when a person has negative thoughts and feelings about his or her body.

Negative body image usually involves a difference between how people think they should look (their ideal body) and how they actually look

The image that people have of their body is largely determined by social influences and often these images are incorrect

Body image dissatisfaction doesn’t only concern people’s body size and shape, but also skin colour, strength, fitness, facial characteristics, physical religious characteristics, disabilities and ethnic diversity


Body Image Dissatisfaction
What causes a negative body image?
The Cultural Ideal of Beauty (through the mass media)

Ideas about the ‘ideal body’ have changed throughout history. For example, in the middle ages a plump, voluptuous female body was considered highly attractive, as it symbolised wealth and fertility. The ideal advocated by our current culture is predominately one of thinness for girls and a lean but muscular body for males
These current ideals are largely unrealistic, unattainable and increasingly only achievable through digital enhancement, and are harmful to the physical and psychological wellbeing of many people, adolescents in particular

Personal Characteristics
Some people are more susceptible to negative body image than others—people’s individual qualities can also contribute to body image dissatisfaction. Some of these contributing factors include:
People who want everything to be perfect
Highly impressionable people
People who have a tendency to compare themselves to others
People who tend to view themselves as how they think other people view them
A person’s age (adolescents are more likely to be affected by their body image)

Social Messages
The social messages given to people by their parents, siblings, friends, peers, and teachers can have a significant negative or positive impact on a person’s body image. In particular, parents can have a large impact on their child’s body image, and can either protect against or add to body dissatisfaction
Modelling the negative body image behaviours of your family and friends (e.g. unhealthy dieting, constantly talking about their flaws) can also negatively affect your body image.

List 10 gender stereotypes that relate to Body Image
Overcoming Body Image Dissatisfaction
Accept yourself
Adopt a new attitude towards your health and appearance
Try some positive thinking
Focus on you as a whole, not just what you look like
Accept that we are all unique
Be kind to each other
Choose your media
Don’t let the media bring you down
Find your own style
Hide the scales
Learn about healthy eating habits
Acknowledge your emotions
Develop methods that will help you overcome negative thoughts, focusing on your strengths
Exercise regularly

All of the following can be considered sexual harassment
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