Different types of abuse, such as physical, emotional, and sexual have different consequences, but the consequences of all maltreatment, are likely to happen in three stages. Firstly, a child may have an initial reaction such as post-traumatic symptoms, painful emotions, and cognitive distortions. Secondly, children develop coping strategies that are aimed to help increase their safety or reduce their pain. Thirdly, a child 's sense of self-worth is damaged and develop the feeling of shame and hopelessness..(Frederico 345). All abuse is harmful but has different
The impact caused from a case of bullying not only in physical but also psychological. According to Hilda et al (2006; in Anesty, 2009) explains that "bullying is not only impacting against the victim, but also against individual perpetrators, witnesses and social climate that will ultimately affect the reputation of a community." The results of the study the National Youth Violence Prevention Resource Center Sanders (2003; in Anesty, 2009) shows that bullying can make a teen feel anxiety and fear, influence the concentration of learning in school and lead them to avoid school. If bullying continues for a long period of time, can affect the self-esteem of students, improve the social isolation, bring up the behavior of pulling away, making adolescents susceptible to stress and depreasi, as well as a sense of insecurity. In a more extreme cases, bullying can lead to teen do reckless, even able to kill or to commit suicide (commited
Prevention 4.1 criminal charge 4.2 punishing 5. Conclusion 6. Recommendation 7. References Introduction: Bullying is unwanted, aggressive behavior among school aged children that involves a real or perceived power imbalance. Bullying behavior happens more than once or the potential to happen more than one.
PBLA Assignment Three Throughout the world, bullying has increased rapidly over the years. Bullying has been around for many years, and has caused many issues: suicidal attempts, depression, and emotional outrage. While in elementary school, I do not remember gaining knowledge about bullying, and the negative impacts it has on others. However, I have seen loved ones suffer from bullying, and attended funerals of loved ones whom committed suicide. So, therefore, bullying has impacted this world in a negative way, which allows us to fight for the stop of bullying.
This in practice makes the children with such behaviour have little or no friends as compared to non-aggressive children. Aggression also raises the chances at which the children will slip into bullying behaviour (Gentile, Coyne & Walsh, 2010). Bullying complicates the relationship of an aggressive child to his or her peers and significantly increases the risk associated with social problems during their adolescent and adulthood stage. Aggressive impulses among the affected children are expected to occur occasionally, hence raising the likelihood of that child landing in trouble during such impulses (Eyberg, Nelson & Boggs, 2008). It depends on how a child is able to control such aggressive impulses.
It also manifested that 31 percent of the respondents claimed that they were never told by their parents about possible results of their actions; 18 percent admitted they were pushed by peer influence, and 10 percent simply wanted to catch the attention of their crush, their teacher, and, most of them, their parents (Alfonso, 2011). At any rate, bullying is youth violence that is a common problem in school. Its usual victims are the adolescents. With these situations, the aid of the school guidance counselor is a must. Adolescents are prone to health hazards like suicide and youth violence but such hazards could be avoided and eradicated.
The daily routine and self esteem of a student will be affected largely by bullying. Also, it may affect the personality of that particular student in the near future and ruin the strong personality and diminish a student’s moral fiber to turn into an evil/self centric approached personality. That in turn will also diminish the chances of that student being successful in his professional life. 11 7. Suggestion and Recommendation: After rigorous analysis and consideration, the recommendations that shall be made should be based on the data that has been incurred.
This qualitative, phenomenological research study was designed to explore teachers’ lived experiences and perspectives in dealing with student aggressive disruptive behaviours in public schools. There are many reasons for aggressive behaviours. Petsch and Rochlen (2009) suggested that children were coping with stressors before, during, or after parental incarceration. Schmid (2012) addressed negative peers, and Carrell and Hoekstra (2008)found that children from troubled families exhibited significant increases in misbehaviour. Grigg (2012) cited frequent school changes were associated with poor outcomes with disruptions in important social ties.
Bullying is a severe issue difficult to eradicate from Children in Malaysia and all over the world. Bullying is a serious discipline problem which interrupts the learning process and as well as the school system. According to Beane’s “Bully Free Classroom” Bullying is when a stronger, more powerful person hurts or frightens a smaller or weaker person deliberately (on purpose) and repeatedly (again and again)” (Beane 16). We hear many news and stories about bullying in media today and some children are victimized and go in to desperate status and tend to commit suicide. Bullying starts from preschool and gradually starts to grow with the age and tend to repeat in high school, college even after starting a job, family life.
Bullying continues to be a serious problem in schools. In schools, bullying occurs in nearly any part in or around the school premises. School bullying at most consists of a group of students abusing or isolating one or more students, particularly for gaining respect and dominance over others and bystanders who, in some cases want to avoid becoming the next victim. This is a very broad issue that affects high school students in three imperative parts of their lives; psychologically, educationally, and professionally. (Rigby & Smith 2011).