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Bullying

Childhood Group 1
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Sarah Edeker

on 23 March 2015

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Transcript of Bullying

Can include fighting, practical jokes, stealing and sexual harassment.
Not considered physical bullying unless:
-same victim is targeted repeatedly
-bully intends to hurt, embarrass or intimidate the victim
-the actions occur in a situation with real or perceived unbalance of power, such as when the bully is stronger than the victim or has a higher social standing.

Bullying
Childhood group 1
The Types and Effects of Bullying
Melissa Billet, Sarah Edeker, Kalisha Greenfield, Caitlin Herring, Hayley Keen, Nikki Shields, and Taylor Wilkins
Physical Bullying
Cyber Bullying
Suicide as a Result
How a Victim becomes a Bully
Punishment Variations
comes in all types of forms- text messages, social media, email, etc.
they can be threatening
more frequent in America than other countries because of access to computers
Example:
Being in a minority increases risk
Psychiatric needs
Negative behavior leads to suicide attempts and ideation

Bully-victims or aggressive victims
Very common
Characterized:
Anxious and aggressive behavior problems
Highly emotional
Hot tempered
At risk of remaining involved in different bullying acts
students are often times suspended or expelled from school
-assigned to alternative school (ex. GIVE Center)
depending on the severity of the situation and the type of bullying, bullies can face criminal charges
-possible felony charges for cyberbullying
-misdemeanor charges for threatening or harassing peers
-restraining orders
Personal Experience
"They know how to inflict emotional harm to their victims."
Retaliation
"I would use the same type of verbal abuse I was bullied with."
"I wanted them to feel how I felt."
Gender Differences in Bullying
Boys:
Girls:
more likely to be physical and aggressive
usually used to intimidate others and prove that they are stronger
more accepting of bullying
prefer one-on-one confrontation to bully
usually use verbal threats or derogatory statements
mainly bully to make other girls feel badly about themselves or prove that the bully is at the top of the popularity pyramid
more likely to bullying in groups than individually

Most common in middle school

Most common amongst males.

Bully is often physically stronger.

Can include fighting, practical jokes, stealing and sexual harassment.
These things are not considered bullying unless:
-same victim is targeted repeatedly
-bully intend to hurt, embarrass, or intimidate the victim
-the actions occur in a situation with real or perceived unbalance of power, such as when the bully is stronger than the victim or has a higher social social standing.
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