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Bullying

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malia pryor

on 2 April 2015

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Transcript of Bullying

Rumors are a form of bullying
Statistics and Facts.
What to do if rumors take over your life.

. Self Control.
. Attention to yourself.
. live your life.
. Do what you love to do.
.51% of teens experience negativity on social media.
.85% without no intervention.
.Every 7min on the playground.
.20% admit action as bullying.
.75% shooting linked to bullying.
By Federal agencies.
Rumors are a piece of information or a story that has not been verified
.
Can rumors be bullying?
http://bullying.about.com/od/Effects/a/Understanding-The-Impact-Of-Rumors-And-Gossip.htm
Sources
What are rumors?
Ignore and Walk Away.


Hold the Anger
Talk about it
http;//village of south elgin,IL.April 20,1897
The critera for bullying is that it must be
repetitive
,
targeted at an individual
and
intended to do harm
.

http://www.choosehelp.com/topics/bullying/bullying-overview
Repetitive
Targeted at an individual
usually precieved to have less power
often seen as being a shy and quiet individual
may not look like they fit in
Intending to do harm
spreading untrue statements about a person
intentions of ruining repuations
enjoy hurting the individuals feelings
generally repeated among a school, workplace, or even hometown
by being repeated, more people will believe what they heard and will continue to speread the rumors themselves
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