Bullying has always been a critical issue in schools for decades. Since the 18th century, bullying has been seen as a common problem. Most students would have experienced bullying in schools. There are a few types of bullying. They are verbal, physical, social and cyberbullying.
Bullying also has a huge impact to the school and its environment. As stated by Bauman and Del Rio in 2006, "School bullying negatively impacts school climate, as fear, depression, and physical complaints affect students' attendance, concentration, and academic performance” It can cause fear, and depression to the student/victim that can affect their attendance, concentration during class and their academic performance; their grades will get low and they have more chance to fail a subject which can also lead to more depression and fear because they will lose hope in
The long terms effects of bullying can be damaging to a child or adolescent. Children who learn they are able to get away with aggression and violence will continue to do so in adulthood (“What are the Effects of Bullying?”). Long term effects of bullying include: difficulty in putting trust in others, self-esteem issues, increased tendency to want to be alone, and seeing one’s self as being victimized, thin-skinned, and overly sensitive (“The Long Term Effects of Bullying”). Children who bully or even children that are bullied can be aggressive towards their spouse or child in adulthood (“Effects of Bullying”). Those who bully are more likely to have convictions and violations as adults (“Effects of Bullying”).
Students who have been bullied have a fear of coming to school because they feel unsafe, the environment can also affect the students by giving fear and in a disrespectful way, hampering the ability of a student to learn. Students may feel insecure and tend not to like to go to school very well. Some individuals lose confidence and self-esteem and usually end up being lonely most of the time. The individual may constantly think about the bully which may affect the individual’s concentration and also individuals would always think and repeat the scene when he or she was bullied. The effects of bullying on the bully and the victim can be wide reaching, impacting schoolwork.
Therefore, the long-term effects of school bullying incidents on bullies are harmful and the bullies make themselves victims in some aspects. The two group of children who are divided into victims and bullies are directly involved in these school bullying incidents. There are another group of children are indirectly involved in these incidents and are affected by these
According to Goopeesingh (2015), “The issue of school bullying and violence in schools has been ongoing and increasing over two decades now. This has been evident in the past few years and with examples as recent as last week by numbers of viral videos on social media platforms such as facebook, depicting instances of school bullying.” As mentioned above, bullying is a serious issue that has been affecting the lives of children throughout schools in Trinidad and Tobago. It involves unwanted and aggressive behaviour among school aged children that involves real or perceived power imbalance. These behaviours are usually repeated or have the ability to be repeated over time. Bullying includes actions such as making threats, attacking someone physically or verbally, excluding someone from a group on purpose and spreading rumours.
Students often start bullying because they want to manipulate those who are fragile than they are to feeling powerful. Bullying can affect the daily lives of students in negative ways. Bullying can lead to low self esteem, struggle academically, and can lead to suicide. Bullying can affect individual self-esteem by making them have loss of confidence, self-criticism, and isolation. According to “Effects of Bullying on
Bullying is connected to many negative outcomes including impacts on mental health, essence use, and suicide. It is important to talk to kids to determine whether bullying or something else is a concern. The world educational organization and
Cyber bullying Have you ever been bullied? Or know someone who has been bullied before? Bullying happens every day at any time and it’s been observed in the school yards, classrooms, and school bathrooms. Bullying also has negative effects on you like, anxiety problems, health problems, sleep deprivation, and low self-esteem may occur. As indicated by the bullying statistics, suicide is caused by bullying and one of the causes of death for young people.
Among the students, especially in the high schools, bullying is some kind of power-seeking and it is a common behavior. Most of the time, it could be seen as giving a name or mocking with physical appearance, but sometimes it can include violence; however, both of them can affect bullied students ' life negatively and permanently. There are two main effects of bullying on students who are bullied. First of all, when students are bullied in school there may face with relationship problems. To start with, bullied children may experience social relationship problems because of the things s/he went through.