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Bullying

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Transcript of Bullying

By: Brea, Devon, Samantha, and Sean
Physical Bullying
Physical bullying involves someone's body or personal possessions being hurt.
What is Bullying?
Bullying is defined as a behavior that is usually aggressive and involves an imbalance of power. The behavior is repeated over time.
Social bullying
This can also be called relational or emotional bullying. It usually involves hurting someone's reputations or relationships.
Cyberbullying
Verbal Bullying
Definition: when an individual uses verbal language(teasing, insults etc.) to gain power
girls can be more subtle in general than boys
it can be just as harmful as the other ways of bullying
could be damaging and can have long term psychological effects such as depression, anxiety, low self esteem and other problems.
its the easiest type of bullying but it leaves with the biggest impression and can occur in a short amount of time


Bullying
What are Some Types of Bullying?
Physical Bullying
Social Bullying
Cyber-Bullying
Verbal Bullying
Actions Involved in Social Bullying
Purposely excluding someone
Spreading rumors about someone
Publicly embarrassing someone
Telling someone that you'll only be friends with someone only if they do something (conditional friendship)
For verbal bullying or bullying of any kind, always try to;

ignore them
make the bully look weak
tell a teacher or trusted adult
remain calm
don't listen to the bully because in basically all bullying cases, what they say isn't true
tell someone how you feel
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Actions involved in Physical Bullying
Kicking
Hitting
Tripping
Making mean gestures
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Actions that occur during Cyberbullying
Insulting
Name-Calling
Making fake profiles about someone
Sending mean texts or e-mails
Making embarrassing websites about someone
www.dosomething.org
Statistics
What are some causes of bullying?
What to do

There are many different reasons why students bully. Some are peer pressure, jealousy, neglect from parents, and being bullied themselves.
77% of all students re bullied are bullied verbally
Out of the 77% bullied, 14% have a severe reaction to it
4 out of 10 students will drop out of middle school because of bullying
30% of U.S students in grades six through ten are involved in moderate or frequent bullying
Effects of Bullying
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Some effects of bullying are a lack of self esteem, the student may become a bully, and even suicide if the student doesn't get the hep he/she needs.
Cyberbullying is bullying that occurs over any type of technology.
HI
Sam
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