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Bully, Bullied,
Bystander By: Lidia Fumo Who is involved
in Bullying??? Is bullying really
a serious issue? Bullying is a very serious issue.
45% of students in school were actively engaged or witnesses of bullying
71% of the teachers stated that they ignored the issue often or most of the time What can be done to
prevent bullying? Several children are involved in bullying
Children are subject to many health risks and
behavioural problems.
Bullying can cause physical
injury, social and emotional
disorders and in extreme
cases death and suicide The "Relationship" The Bullied The Bystander The Bully: Four Major markers
of bullying Research shows that
bullying is a serious issue and
that it is important to get families,
students and the community
involved in successfully
eliminating bullying. Bullying... What is
Bullying? an imbalance of power
the intent to harm "weaker"
individuals
threat of further aggression
terror Bullying is a conscious, willful
and deliberate activity intended to harm,
induce fear through the threat of further
aggression and create terror
(Coloroso, 2010). a person who uses their power and
position to intimidate those who are seen as weaker
than them.
aggressive behaviors to bring their victims down
seek the encouragement and approval of their peers
overly confident individuals
lack empathy
verbal, physical, emotional, group and physiological bullying. the individual who falls subject to the bully.
this individual show many signs of “weakness”
low self-confidence
self-image issues
depression and fear
helplessness
lack of social skills.
somewhat passive lifestyle and
behavior. an active and involved participant in the social architecture of school violence, rather than a passive witness (Fonogy, 2004).
two types of bystanders, those who get caught in the crossfire and those who are actively engaged in the bullying
often described as a “follower”.
afraid of becoming the new target for the bully there is a direct connection that occurs between the bully, the bullied and the bystander
Bullying is a continuous cycle; the bully influences the ideas and actions of those around them (the victim), seeks approval and support from their peers (the bystander) and thus continues with the violence while gaining more participators in the act of bullying Bullying is challenged when the majority
stands up against cruel behavior and
demands for it to STOP! (Coloroso, 2010).
Come up with a “Safe Act” that stands up
against bullying
Work as a community
Rules or guidelines are established
Active parental awareness and involvement
Bullying is NOT
a one person issue! Bully Awareness.
Take A Stand! Through creating awareness
in the school the teachers,
students and parents can work
together as a community
to put an end to bullying. Merci!
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