Strengths And Effect Essay On Bullying

1211 Words5 Pages
Have you ever been targeted personally by another individual? Perhaps not having your head forced into a toilet, but hurt verbally? Bullying can be quite a serious issue when it comes to this day in age. Bullying can have drastic effects on its victims as the psychological and emotional trauma may follow them throughout their lives, it may also result in death.
The purpose of this study is to find out if bully-victims are bullied and affected more than pure victims in terms of physical and verbal bullying. It is also to figure out why some children become victims and bullies, and others do not.
What I will be discussing about in this essay would be the weaknesses and strengths of each study, the differences and similarities between the two, the implications of five other articles and at the end either support or contradict what was studied.
SUMMARY
Bullying is a frequent and recurring aggression in which one or more people deliberately disturb or harm another helpless individual verbally, physically, or psychologically (Olweus, 1996a). However, the child who bullies, pure bullies, or in this case, bully-victims, who are victims themselves and also bullies others are usually highly
…show more content…
They were asked what bullying meant, and was clarified if they do not, ensuring they knew it meant doing something harmful or hurtful to someone else without a good reason more than once. They were then told to put the photographs into two sections, one which contain children that bully others and the remaining children who do not bully others. The process was repeated for children who get do not get bullied by others and children who gets bullied. Finally they were asked to put the class photographs into three sections for ‘liking’, for example, a lot, a little and not very much, then for six behavioural characteristics which includes shy, seeks help, starts fight, cooperates, disrupts, leader. (Coie et al.,

More about Strengths And Effect Essay On Bullying

Open Document