Bowllan, N. (2011). Implementation and Evaluation of a Comprehensive, School-Wide Bullying Prevention Program in an Urban/ Suburban Middle School. Journal of School Health 18(4), 167-173. After reading Nancy Bowllan’s (2011) article, I would stay that it does meet the qualifications set in chapter 22. The article gives a thorough literature review after discussing the problem that prompted the experiment. The literature review, though brief, gives a general overview of what bullying has done, and then goes into more specific reviews. After this, Bowllan (2011) discusses her purpose and then goes into her research question. I would say that the research question is something that is possible to research. The concept of researching bullying trends …show more content…
Bowllans (2011) goes into details about the questionnaires, giving all of the details of the OBVQ and what it entails, such as how many questions and the subjects that the questions would touch on. Bowllans (2011) was also discusses the way the Teacher Questionnaire worked and how valid these tests were. Following the discussion of the subjects and the research tools, Bowllans (2011) goes into the procedures she used. Here, the article is very detailed. Bowllans (2011) discusses how the research project required that the classrooms be intact. From there, she discusses the quasi experimental design of the project and how the “cohorts” would have multiple functions in the project. From there, Bowllans (20110 discusses how the research was actually enacted in the classroom. This is one of the reasons why I believe the article was well done; because of the detailed descriptions of how the questionnaires were administered. Due to the detailed nature of the procedures section, this part of the research could be duplicated if someone wanted to see if they would get the same
Nancy Isenberg, an American historian interested on “gender and politics, cultural and legal history in the U.S”, currently teaches at the Louisiana State University. Isenberg received awards and honors for her notables works. Analytical and detail oriented Nancy Isenberg published White Trash: The 400-Year Untold History of Class in America, which received a nomination for Goodreads Choice Awards Best History & Biography. “Living near the Swamp, they suffered from “distempers of laziness,” which made the slothful in everything but getting children.
Measuring objectives: Forming Lives implemented the use of an online survey platform. The platform tracks teacher’s response to questions based on the specific items listed
As the new era of psychology approaches the idea evidence-base program is used especially for the social service field. A vast majority of programs has been developing around the world aimed at helping individuals in the community suffering from various illnesses. In this paper, the reader should expect the definition of evidence-base programs, an appropriate questions and elements used in choosing an evidence-based program, an explanation of an evidence continuum that is consider valid, a detailed view of the pros, and cons use for evidence-based programs, a summary that evaluates the concept of evidence-based programs and proposal of how the concept is utilized.
What is Love?! Bully Don’t Hurt Me, No More (A satirical analysis of bullying at Worland High School) Individuals and school faculty often wonder “How can one prevent bullying from happening? What solutions can be created to end bullying?” Bullying has become an increasing problem in schools around the world and not much is being done to stop bullies from victimizing others or victimizing themselves. Many have tried anonymous bully forms, talking to an adult, confronting the bully, taking disciplinary actions, or simply “duking it out”.
be used to design intervention programs to enhance resilience among adolescents to help them manage bullying behaviors and to prevent them from experiencing victimization (Narayanan, Betts, 2014). Suicide Ideation The article “Suicide Ideation and Bullying among US Adolescents” examines the relationship between race/ethnicity, gender, and sexual orientation and the risks of being bullied and vulnerability to suicide ideation. It is known that bullying and suicide ideation are positively correlated.
Recently, bullying has been becoming more and more of an issue. It’s gotten so bad that one out of four kids deal with it. Currently, bullying is worldwide. There’s no place where it began, because it’s pretty much human nature. Many people are trying to stop it, whether by using zero-tolerance policies, small punishments, and more, however, nothing has worked so far.
I believe that the author was singularly focused on one issue, stopping bullying with programmatic solutions; however, she could have elaborated on stopping bullying in the short term and preventing bullying in the long term. The author implies very good points that bullying and aggression are intrinsically linked, and that peoples’ attitudes toward both are impacted where the live, work, and learn. She also pointed out good research based methods, based on cognitive and behavioral theories, to transform a bully into a productive member of society and school. In school, those methods are also reinforced with parent, faculty, and educator reinforcement and education. I would have liked to see a comparison of reducing a bully’s aggression to those schools whose parents, faculty, and educators are as intimately involved but do not use CBI or T-BIP.
We all know how bullying works and know what it can cause,but that's not the only problem. The problem is that these little kids that came from elementary school are growing up and are becoming more aware of more things. This can be great for some kids and badly for others. Paragraph 2: Some teens are engaging to to unsafe activities which lead to a
Bullying has been named an “emerging public health issue requiring intervention” (Ansary, Elias, Greene, & Green, 2015, p. 27). As a major problem in schools around the world, the issue of bullying must be addressed in order to keep students physically and emotionally safe. The act of bullying not only affects the well-being of the person being targeted, but it also affects the rest of the school community too. It can be difficult for teachers, principals, and superintendents to make an ethical decision about what to do when bullying occurs because there are misunderstandings about what bullying is, leading to the improper identification of situations.
This article explains what is bullying exactly. Bullying is any form of psychological, verbal, or physical abuse that occurs repeatedly among schoolchildren over a period. Statistically, the dominant type of violence is emotional and occurs mostly in the classroom and courtyard of schools. Bullying is a kind of torture, methodical and systematic, in which the aggressor sums up the victim, often with silence, indifference or complicity of other comrades. The author explains some characteristic and consequences of bullying.
Does the report describe an explicit theoretical or conceptual framework for the study? If not, does the absence of a framework detract from the usefulness or significance of the research? This article expressly states it’s theoretical framework by saying, “The purpose of this study was to examine workplace bullying victims’ perceptions of what they heard their bully counterparts say through their use of prosody” (Dzurec, Kennison, & Albataineh, 2014, para. 1). In other words, based on the idea of a theoretical framework as described in (Polit & Beck, 2017) this study is based on the idea of perceptions that employees had of being bullied through the way they were spoken to.
Bullying is an undesirable, aggressive behavior among school aged children that involves actual disparity of power. According to Megan Brooks bullying is a serious public health problems, with significant short-and long-term psychological consequences for the child who is bullied and the child who is the bully. This only tells us that bullying can lead to difficulty that a certain children may experience and will have either short or long term problem. “Bullying has long been tolerated as a rite of passage among children and adolescents, but it has lasting, negative consequences and cannot simply be ignored.” Committee chair Frederick Rivera, MD.
Bullying in Schools What seems fun and harmless for some students, is painful and degrading to others. Bullying has been a critical issue around schools, but before it was not as dangerous and know as it is now. These do not means bullying was not happening, it means it was not taken into consideration by parents or teachers. They thought it was just peer pressure or a kids game, and sooner or later the kids would be friends again. At one point, bullies think it’s normal to be mean and abusive to other students.
Bullying is a widespread problem in our schools and communities and has a negative impact on students’ right to learn in a safe and secure environment without fear. It is a process in which one person repeatedly uses his/her superior strength or influence to mistreat, attack or force another person to do something (Van der Werf, 2014). Bullying or peer victimization is now recognized as a complex and pervasive problem (Beran, 2009). It is an ongoing problem that is not restricted by age, race, gender or class. This behavior generally takes one of four forms, physical such as assault, verbal which involves threats or insults, social which entails exclusion or rumor spreading, and cyber which includes aggressive texts or social network posts
Historically, the most momentous turning point of bullying happened in the mid 1970’s where a research professor of psychology Dan Olweus, conducted an intensive