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Bullying

How bullying works.
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Cliff Ll

on 24 September 2013

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Bullying
It's bad.
Are you sure?
I don't know.
I know.
Tell me then.
I cannot just tell you.
I know it's bad though.
Let us see if you do.
At least 3 in 4 students get bullied.
Are you one of them?
No,
I am part of a safe school.
I know, you are part of a safe grade.
Do you know
me?
Yes.

Am I in risk
of bullying?
This chat is now off the records
No.
Why?
You are in 8th grade.
So?
You are mature.
So what about
grade 7s?
They are in risk.
Why?
You would not understand.
Tell me anyways.
I will.
They are, too.
the 6s?
Chrisi A.
joined the chat
Hi
Hi chrisi
whatcha doing?
We're talking about bullying
We?
Hello!
So how come you're safe when you hit grade 7?
You are not, unless your teacher forces you to work hard
???
Chrisi, since you are in 7th grade work to the best of your efforts.
Ok
There is a huge step from 6th grade to the 7th grade.
You should be prepared for the highschool.
sounds like a lot of work
It is, but you will also be experiencing other changes which will distract you from the work stress.
What about me?
The step from 7th grade to the 8th seems smaller.
You would have new learning skills and have a better attitude towards learning.
Relax for a while.
So I don't work?
You do, it is just much easier to do so.
How is this bullying?
Graham B.
joined the chat
What causes bullying?
judgement
Can we change judgement?
sure?
No
What are some other factors?
Stress?
*mood
Judgement is based on the environment, past experi-ences of the bully and gender.
The environment is the gender, race, capabilities and personalities of the victim and the people around him/her.
The past experiences of a bully is critical to how (s)he predicts and interprets the victims reactions, certain experiences change or stops someone from being a bully, e.g. education on bullying
.
The gender of a bully or victim drastically changes the way of an attack and sometimes completely prevents it; females are less in risk of bullying
You friends are your environment.
A notable fact.
And we can only truly understand bullying without experiencing it if we are taught when we are in grade 7 and 8, right?
Yes, you are understanding this.
That is sexist!
It is definitely.
Mood can be altered from very recent experiences, mental disorders and family issues.
Recent experiences changes the way a bully attacks. Some bullies only bully once a noticeable event has happened, others will purposely look for any weaknesses in a victim.
What if something happens to a bully?
The bully will do anything another person would do, only in a different way.
Mental disorders and illness can also affect bullying. However, this is only a supportive factor and does not usually make someone bully.
Family issues is again, not a major issue but a supportive factor.
Don't people bully because they want to take their stress out on someone?
No, there are other ways to handle stress, when there is stress, it wants to be gone, bullying someone is not a way to cope with stress, but stress likes to leave through bullying.
Wouldn't you be less likely to bully if you have a sibling?
Yes, siblings alter the way you think of people, if not improves it. Some family issues hinder a person while other do the opposite.
Can you explain these factors a little?
I will go through them one by one.
Something is missing
How are they tied together?
You will soon know.
And how does this relate to the grade 6s?
I am getting there.
For now, keep in mind about the main factor;
Everyone wants to fit in.
Factors of bullying
Bullies are just trying to fit in?
Not always
Ryan H.
Joined the chat
Some bullies don't fit in, they accept that.
They are automatically subjected to follow 3 invisible social rules that makes people look like they fit in.
1. You are you and we know you as you, so you should always be like you.
This is the first impressions effect, if a bully suddenly stops bullying, (s)he would arouse more controversy than if he had continued to bully.
2. Your qualities are as much as another person makes of it.
This is sadly true, however, bullying is not relevant to this rule.
3. To succeed socially, you must get more people to like you.
Many people act according to this, but it is actually better for one's peers to be 'friend-neutral' with you.
wait
so if someone accidentally does something bad to a new student, according to the first rule, they would develop a bad relationship.
There is a greater chance of so happening, but remember that these are invisible rules and we all blindly follow these.
What about just be yourself and people will like you?
That could be the best possible advice that people would give you.
We are all thrown into an environment.
The rule is to survive and thrive
Some people do well, others fall
When a newcomer arrives...
The race of rescuing begins
Which side will get them first?
Or will they be left hanging?
Sounds like a video game.
Life is a game!
Sometimes we have to leave people hanging, like when you have too many friends.
Perhaps one should apply video game logic to life and school?
The Manner of Things
What about cyber-bullying?
Jordan M.
joined the chat
Now that's the real issue
Let's think about the cause.
internet
The problem is social media.
agreed
Let's look at some social media sites.
Facebook?
Actually, I want to start with
YouTube.
Look at the comments on a gaming channel
Well, there's swearing, spamming and lots of bad comments and lots of trolls?
Now look at the comments on a vlog channel
Looks much better...
VEVO channel?
More bad comments
Skits?
It's somewhere in between? lots of suggestions though.
How about one of those channels where people do insane trick shots and stuff?
Science channels?
Much more meaningful comments are there.
same thing.
What does this all mean?
Music and games appeal to younger ages, correct? Younger people don't see how bad comments are.
Skits appeal too, but they make people laugh and they would comment about how hilarious the video was instead of something else
Only older audiences can be patient enough to sit through a vlog, or to try to understand how quantum mechanics work.
You're saying cyber- bullying is because of under aged use of internet?
You must be 13 or older to join a site with any form of communication with others.
13 or older is not in grade 6.
It's when you're mature!
Ohhh, I get it now :)
The problem is that children are signing-up for websites while under-aged.
and they won't know why they shouldn't until they're older.
Just one more thing.
When one does not know who is behind EACH screen, they would use a default voice that has been developed through past online interactions.
We must enforce 13+
Remove chat functions otherwise
Have multiple responsible moderators at all times, otherwise.
Properly use profile pictures and emoticons as much as possible
This is Bullying
I will highlight what is being shared
Do you get it now?
Yeah!
Sure
I do
Have to go, bye!
bye :)
see you tomorrow
-_- later
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Jordan M.
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Ryan H.

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Chrisi A.
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One last thing,
What?
Always have a friend in a different grade. Trust me.
I will.
Good.
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Bibliography
Veritasium On Filmmaking
Paul Bloom: The Psychology of Everything
Draw My Life - Ryan Higa
Draw My Life - The Fu
Teens React to Bullying (Amanda Todd)
Off The Pill: Weird People & Judgement
So why is there still bullying?
Think about it.
If there is a billion people who are 7 to 15 years old in the world, who have been bullied,
Would you care?
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Chances are you don't
:)
What if there was a trillion?
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Bullying is still there because not enough people care.
You wouldn't care
Only less than 0.0001% of people would truly care.
You probably couldn't even if you try.
If I talked about Amanda Todd
She is an
individual
You would care more about her.
She outweighs
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billion
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No one would notice if we keep using statistics.
Only a few rare people are real bullies.
Others are just mistaken.
Misunderstood.
It's about the way we receive what others say and what we say to others.
Not the way we judge people
We are trying to change this
This is the real issue
I don't blame the bullies themselves.
Teens should be comfortable speaking to their parents.
Most are not.
When you raise a child, if not already, you have to consider this.
Google accounts requires a phone verification.
Great job Google!
Websites that do not enforce 13+ should not have chat.
Not because teens don't bully.
But they know better how to handle it.
When you make a mistake, bullies mock you for it.
Everyone makes mistakes. This is their mistake.
Why are we yelling it back at them now?
Isn't that bullying?
We are trying to prevent bullying.
Remember what I said,
but most importantly,
Bullying differs everywhere.
We must all work together to find a solution.
This is what seemed correct to me.
Music by Nathaniel Schroeder
https://soundcloud.com/drschroeder
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Need more information about bullying?
http://www.stopbullying.gov/
Questions? Comments? Leave feel free to leave them down below!
I will try to answer them with meaningful answers as soon a I can

Amanda Todd's Story
As always, thanks for watching!
<3
:P
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