Valerie Ford SOC 112 Milestone Three Module 5-1 Creating Connections by Cultural, Social Roles, Social Inequalities and Impact of Social Change on bulling. The relationship between the cultural beliefs and biases identified in the map and the social are For example for the fact that Some Americans tend to believe that bullying is only school children’s problem. Another example Some People believe that base on other person size, but in different cases the victim is chosen because of social or racial difference. The cultural beliefs and biases identified in the map helped me better understand the social issue of bullies. The relationship between the social roles identified in the map and the social issue, a specific example that supports my description is kids who are bullied are the targets of bullying behavior, can be identified as often as victims and peers.
The articles main focus is to examine older youth within the foster care system and their reaction to psychological instability. The different stages of growth throughout the child/children life and what might have been the trigger to offset a change. A lot of mental disabilities are cause from a combination of dramatic factors (sexual assault, abandonment as a child, neglect) drugs, and/or alcohol. The method in which was used to gather data was Diagnostic interview Schedule for DSM-IV. DSM-IV: Codes that are identified as psychosocial stressors and Environmental Problems.
Studies have shown that suicidal behaviors in adolescence are often cursory thoughts, but these thoughts change as the individual enters adulthood (Nkansah-Amankra, 2013). The ideation of suicide can become a reality. There are many reasons why an individual would commit suicide. Many of the reasons are also characteristics of emerging adulthood. The lack of appropriate coping mechanisms or support to handle these challenges, can translate to suicide risk (Horwitz, Czyz, and King, 2014).
Western Journal Of Communication, 77(4), 411-423. This study examined verbal aggressive behavior in adult romantic relationships from being exposed to familial verbal aggression in childhood and the strength of individuals’ motivation systems. History of family verbal aggression was positively associated with the perceived acceptability of verbal aggression with a romantic partner. This study will help understand aggression with parents that lead to aggression in relationships later in life. Crockett, L. J., & Randall, B.
An emphasis is placed on the importance of identifying warning signs and risk factors for depression and suicide amongst teens. According to the research conducted by King and Vidourek (2012) early detection and suicidal warning signs is seen to be crucial for effective intervention. Teenagers need to be encouraged to be more proactive when it comes to their personal mental health. Positive coping mechanisms such as problem-solving skills, effective communication skills, and good conflict resolution skills are all essential in lessening the likelihood that a teen exhibiting depressive behaviors will go forth and take their own life. As most teenagers spend most of their time in school, better prevention and intervention programs need to be in place.
Denise B. Geier, an instructional specialist at Montclair State University and Deborah Lee, PhD recently wrote an article on the effects and social consequences of bullying. They provide definitions of terms relating to bullying, discuss the key players of the issue and why it typically occurs during the teenage years. In their article, they describe how some children are more prone to bullying than others and how schools are addressing the issue. Geier and Lee use statistics and examples to support their arguments. The goal of their article is to provide background on bullying, why bullying may occur, and the reasons why some kids are more susceptible to exhibiting bullying behavior.
According to the article called” Psychopathy traits and parental dysfunction in sexual offending and general delinquent adolescent males” by Jason D. Netland and Michael H. Miner, Netland and Miner stated that therapists have to understand the behavior of sex offenders in order to create an effective prevention and treatment services. Young sex offenders and non-sex offenders have many psychological similarities. One of the similarities is anxiety. Another psychological similarity is attention problems. Sex offenders and non-sex offenders also have psychological similarities in poor relationships with their peers and families.
The depression and substances abuse for teenagers currently become issues that lead to suicide cases among teenagers. They cannot adapt with that situation and tends to solve it by attempting suicide. Teenagers commit suicide because they cannot cope with the stress related matter such as depression and substances abuse, but counseling session, reading and watching films, and also highest attention from parents can reduce the number of suicide from increasing day by day. The first causes that cause teenagers to attempt suicide are depression. Depression is one part of a large role in suicide.
While the topic of mental health awareness has recently been introduced, the roots of mental illnesses run deep into history. Mental illnesses, also called mental disorders, are a wide range of conditions that affect mood, thinking, and behavior. Many people with mental illnesses are now fighting to increase awareness of disorders like depression and anxiety, and some argue that the best way to educate about mental illnesses is to teach about it in school. By educating about mental illnesses in schools, activists are hoping to increase understanding about the topic and prevent teenagers who have mental illnesses from feeling alone. Firstly, learning about mental illnesses can decrease rates of teen suicide.
Campus High School has been the focus point for many bullies. No matter what school kids go to they will always find bullying and a student who is affected by it. “In Brockton, middle and high school students are taught to text a tip to report nasty behavior (Seltz)”. Many of the students who are bullied turn out to be gay or lesbian or bisexual and get bullied more than kids who are not. “Understanding the various forms of bullying as well as the language used in bullying is important given that bullying can have persistent consequences, particularly for victims who are bullied through biased-based bullying, such as being called gay, lesbian, or queer (evans)”.