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Transcript of BULLYING
Types of bullying
Imbalance of power:
People who bully use their power to control or harm
The law is concerned with the IMPACT of the behavior regardless of the intent
Incidents of bullying happen to the same person over and over by the same person or group
What is bullying?
Using the Internet, mobile phones or other digital technologies to harm others
name calling, teasing
spreading rumors, leaving people out on purpose, breaking up friendships
hitting, punching, pushing
THE PERSON WHO THE MISTREATMENT IS DIRECTED TOWARDS
SOMEONE WHO SAYS OR DOES SOMETHING HARMFUL OR MALICIOUS TO A PERSON INTENTIONALLY
SOMEONE WHO SEES SOMETHING HAPPENING AND DOES NOT DO OR SAY ANYTHING
SOMEONE THAT SPEAKS OUT OR TAKES ACTIONS THAT ARE SUPPORTIVE ON BEHALF OF SOMEONE ELSE
The probability of a person intervening
is negatively correlated with the
number of people witnessing an
event taking place.
IN OTHER WORDS,
the MORE bystanders there are, the LESS LIKELY it is that someone will help the person in distress.
THE BYSTANDER EFFECT: A SOCIAL PHENOMENON….
How to Intervene?
CHALLENGE THE BEHAVIOR - Say things like "what do you hope to accomplish here?"
ASK QUESTIONS - Ask questions like "do you know how much trouble you can get into?" or "Do you really want to hurt this person?"
SEPARATION - Try to remove the potential perpetrator from the situation.
MAKE IT PERSONAL - "What if that was your mother?" or "What if a guy did this to your sister?"
USE "I" STATEMENTS - "I feel very _____ when you ______"
GET AN AUTHORITY - If you don't feel comfortable intervening yourself, get a parent, teacher, or even a police officer to help.
Someone who stands up for what they believe to be right.
TRY TO BE AN
3. Decide if you have a responsibility to act.
4. Choose what form of intervention to use.
5. Decide how to implement the choice safely
1. Notice the event in progress.
2. Consider whether the situation demands your action.
5 Steps to being an UPSTANDER