Situation Analysis: Bullying And Violence In Schools

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Situation Analysis
The Situation Analysis helps to ensure a programme’s relevance and to find out the best course of action by learning about community attitudes and practices regarding violence against Students; identifying what has already been done to address violence against Students and what results and lessons were obtained, as well as who the main actors have been and who might be key to engage.
Bullying is not a new problem for schools, since it has been present for a long time; however, only in recent years its importance has been recognized. Bullying and violence is problem about which we can discuss.
Bullying is a word that is expected to be heard. The word "Bullying" is a common word that we hear often. This can be heard most
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It randomly chooses people and it happens in every department. This will greatly affect the performance of the student not only toward education but also in other aspects. This leads to a poor grade in academics, loss of self-esteem, bad social life, depression, and could lead to death.
Virtually everyone has seen or experienced bullying. There is no surprise at bullying being present in school. Just about everyone can remember some experience in grade school or high school when they were picked on or saw someone get picked on. However, today’s bullying seems to be a world of difference from what was experienced in the past years ago. It seems to be more vicious, adult-like, and damaging. We also know more about the long-term effects of bullying because it is being studied far more.

School is a difficult time for both teenagers and their parents. For adults, it is the time when they worry about how their child (or children) succeeds in studying, socializing,
Bullying has a negative effect on the social environment of schools, creates a climate of fear among students, inhibits the ability to learn, and leads to other antisocial behavior. Other detrimental effects of bullying include impact on school safety, student engagement, and the overall school
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Age B. Sex
2.What are the factors or causes of bullying?

3.What are the effects of bullying among high school students?

IV. Definition of terms
In order to understand the key terms being used in the study. These terms should be clearly defined according how they are used in the study in order to make easy understanding of the problem. Th following are:

Physical Bullying- Physical bullying includes hitting, kicking, tripping, pinching and pushing or damaging property. Physical bullying causes both short term and long term damage.
Emotional/psychological Bullying- is a form of abuse, characterized by a person subjecting, or exposing, another person to behavior that may result in psychological trauma, including anxiety, chronic depression, or post-traumatic stress disorder.
Verbal Bullying- Verbal bullying includes name calling, insults, teasing, intimidation, homophobic or racist remarks, or verbal abuse. While verbal bullying can start off harmless, it can escalate to levels which start affecting the individual target. Keep reading in this section for techniques to deal with verbal

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