Four Modes Of Bullying

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As defined on; Bullying is “unwanted aggressive behavior; observed or perceived power imbalance; and repetition of behaviors or high likelihood of repetition. There are many different modes and types of bullying.
The current definition acknowledges two modes and four types by which youth can be bullied or can bully others. The two modes of bullying include direct (e.g., bullying that occurs in the presence of a targeted youth) and indirect (e.g., bullying not directly communicated to a targeted youth such as spreading rumors). In addition to these two modes, the four types of bullying include broad categories of physical, verbal, relational (e.g., efforts to harm the reputation or relationships of the targeted youth), and
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As pointed out in Genesis chapters 1-2, all of mankind was created in the image and likeness of God. The scriptures also state that God knew us when we were in our mother’s womb and we are fearfully and wonderfully made. We should also not think of ourselves as better than others. In addition, we are to treat our neighbors as we desire to be treated. Therefore, when someone is bullying they are going against what God has commanded in His Word.

In the world today, dehumanization through bullying is evident in the world today by simply observing daycares that consist of children under age 4. Children can be seen singling a child out as an outcast, they can be seen hitting, and can be seen not interacting with certain children. This lets us know that not only are their biases and bullying starts from the old in age and trickles down to the young of age. According to the national website to stop Bullying, they best way for “Parents, school staff, and other caring adults have a role to play in preventing bullying. They can:
• Help kids understand bullying. Talk about what bullying is and how to stand up to it safely. Tell kids bullying is unacceptable. Make sure kids know how to get
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She speaks to the person that she sits beside but they just look at her, roll their eyes and look away. No one speaks to her or acknowledges her. She’s feeling confused and lonely. When class is over she is walking down the hall and three girls are pointing at her and laughing saying, “ugh who is that, is she new?, then she walks into the cafeteria and sits down at a table, the people at the table all get up, while dumping her tray, there is a group of 4 people, someone bumps into her and they all laugh and walk away. During each scene there is the same bystander girl that witnesses the bullying but does
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