Bullying is human nature Bullying is known as a complex and abusive treatment. Bullying is human nature. Mind of bullying, we generally consider where it came from. However, bullying may take various forms and may happen anywhere. Bullying has several cases that happen nowadays.
According to Law (n.d.), an act that offends the fundamental morals of the people is defined as a crime. Many researches indicated victims of cyber bullying suffered from being mistreated, exploited, and personally humiliated, which can lead to depression, anxiety and stress-related disorders. They are at greater risk of suffering from suicidal thoughts, attempts and completed suicides. As Law (n.d.) points out, no behaviour or conduct should be considered criminal unless it results in a serious threat to society and cannot be dealt with by other means. Under this condition, cyber bullying, which brings enormous harm to individual victims and to the society, is definitely sufficient to be criminalise.
What is bullying? According to USLegal.com (n.d.), bullying is an act that causes damage to others, and it may include verbal harassment, threats, physical damage, blackmail, and manipulation. It intends to frighten, hurt, or threaten other people. It is often involved in the imbalance of power between the aggressor and the victim. Nowadays, bullying is now vast, and has already been a problem for a very long time, like how technology keeps on advancing; it is also the same for bullying.
Some of the horrors of bullying are clearly illustrated in movies such as “Mean Girls”, 2004, “Carrie, 2013” and “Cyberbully, 2015”. I challenge you today to educate others on the negative effects of bullying. I challenge you today to form clubs which will act as a support system for children who are bullied. I challenge you today to enforce rules in your schools which will help alleviate the horrible act of bullying. Let’s take a stance and uncover the ugly truth about bullying!
If bullying has negative effects on a person, then questions need to be answered about this growing phenomenon. Bullying is defined as “direct behaviours such as teasing, taunting, threatening, hitting and stealing that are initiated by one or more” (Banks, 1997, p.1). Bullying has been ever present, however, due to the extensive work of many scholars, such as Olweus (1993), the problem has been scrutinised and explored worldwide making it a concern on a global scale. Other scholars define bullying as a conscious, wilful, and intentionally hostile activity that is intended to harm (Coloroso, 2003). Pepler (2008) states that bullying is a repeated aggression in which a position of power exists between the person doing the bullying and the person
Bullying has always been a phenomenon in schools and it is an issue that is cause for concern for the victims, their parents and school authorities. It appears as though in the 21st century, the issue of bullying has exacerbated as it has been identified that both the instigator and the victim are affected negatively by it. The socio-psychological impact of bullying is extensive and can extend to economic fallouts as otherwise brilliant students who would have shown promise in excelling in their studies, their chosen career and ultimately becoming productive citizens have been known to commit suicide. Bullying can be either physical or emotional. According to Protogerou and Flisher (2012), “Bullying is a noxious intentional action aimed at causing physical and/or psychological harm” (p.119).
According to Nansel’s study in 2001, in a more recent national study, nearly 30 percent of the students surveyed reported being involved in bullying in the current term as either a perpetrator or a victim (Nansel et al., 2094-2100). The school bullying events is on the severe condition which could tell by this study. Each of the school bullying incidents has brought great negative effect to society but there are still a lot of people do not pay attention to the negative effects of school bullying on children. The neglect of the adverse social effects on children may also lead to these vicious school bullying incidents occurring more frequently.
“Aggression and related behaviours in children and adolescents are central issues in our time, from public school shootings and similar instances of “children killed other children” to concern about rising rates of youth crime and delinquency in the community, to the relationship between unrecognized and untreated mental illness and violence in youngsters, there are many worries and much debate about excessive, inappropriate aggression in young people in our society”. (Connor, 2002, p. 1) This report will explore the causal elements and mechanisms of aggressive behavior seen in teenagers. In psychology the term aggression can be said to refer to an assortment of behaviors that
Research from The Nationwide Study of Bullying in Irish first and second level schools conducted by Dr Mona O'Moore in Trinity College Dublin indicates that some 31% of Primary Students and 16% of Secondary Students have been bullied at some time. From their circa 870,000 school going population, approximately 23% or 200,000 children are at risk of suffering the ill effects of bullying. The overwhelming fact that the level of bullying in Irish schools is above the EU average, and that Irish children and teenagers find it more difficult to cope with the problem than their peers in other EU countries. By looking at these facts we can draw a conclusion by looking at the number of suicides committed by young people in Ireland in recent months – very often they make a desperate decision after being bullied at school or online. Garda Commissioner Martin Callinan said, these people are 'extremely vulnerable', experiencing bullying can cause some really serious damage to their lives, and it is vital to show them support and let them know they can ask for help.
With the passage of time new problems are introducing in the world. But now a day’s terrorism is the most serious problem which affects the people from various angles. This problem has socio, economics, political, psychological, effect on people, especially on children. But the researcher only studies the socio, psychological effects of terrorism on children. This research report is of immense importance as it is focusing upon the innocent children who have been badly affected by the wave of terrorism In which under research area.