(2013) the causes of acts of bullying can be divided into emotional and instrumental. Emotional causes suggest that aggressive acts or pranks are a means of entertainment, or that bullies aim to vent their dislike of victimized high-risk students through acts of aggression. Instrumental causes comprises of those in which the bully attacks victims to obtain possessions, power or status. Results found that students who are provocative, are different, disadvantaged or who have poor relationships with their peers, are at greater risk of being targeted by potential bullies. This may be the result of intolerance towards diversity on the part of those who bully, or be due to lack of adherence by victims to peer-group norms (Wong et al.,
Has anyone of you had ever been in a situation where bullying has occurred. I am sure that at least you have witnessed bullying, has been bullied or has bullied someone. So, what is bullying? Bullying is when someone physically, mentally or verbally harms another person on purpose to make them feel bad about themselves or to weaken them. Bullying can occur to anyone and anywhere especially in school.
Title: Bullying Issues Thesis Statement: Bullies should be punished because it may affect the psychological well being of the victim. Problem: should the bullies be punished? 1.Introduction 1.1. Preventing and avoiding being bullied or bully. 2.
Bullying has several cases that happen nowadays. Why do you consider bullying takes place everywhere? Is insecurity a reason why people treat others in an aggressive way? Why do people become bullies? Insecurity is done by people also the other says that insecurity is the reason why young adults become bullies, however, there are several factors to prove that being insecure can lead to bullying.
The main cause of racial discrimination towards a child in a classroom is may be due to the fact that the worlds of those children are distinct and they rarely intersect. Since racism is directly or indirectly rooted in prolonged prejudice among the young children, getting over them could be a challenging task. However, a substantial stance must be taken against racism to resolve the concern. When a child has been bullied by a group of kids during the school hours, he will be panicked, isolated, helpless and become incapable to fight for himself. The racial discrimination holds upon anxieties that have broken a child 's confidence in himself and his fellow mates.He does not
The impact caused from a case of bullying not only in physical but also psychological. According to Hilda et al (2006; in Anesty, 2009) explains that "bullying is not only impacting against the victim, but also against individual perpetrators, witnesses and social climate that will ultimately affect the reputation of a community." The results of the study the National Youth Violence Prevention Resource Center Sanders (2003; in Anesty, 2009) shows that bullying can make a teen feel anxiety and fear, influence the concentration of learning in school and lead them to avoid school. If bullying continues for a long period of time, can affect the self-esteem of students, improve the social isolation, bring up the behavior of pulling away, making adolescents susceptible to stress and depreasi, as well as a sense of insecurity. In a more extreme cases, bullying can lead to teen do reckless, even able to kill or to commit suicide (commited
Bullied kids are most likely to be depressed, anxious, and suicidal. They struggle in school —if they do decide to attend at all. They are most likely to carry weapons, get in fights, and use drugs. But when it comes to the actual harm bullying does, you realize there’s more to what the eye can see. Many of us have experienced this sort of cruelty and lived to tell the tale, peer harassment is still commonly written off as a “soft” form of abuse — one that leaves no obvious injuries and that most victims simply get over.
They are seen as social outcasts and are treated as misfits of the society, even if nothing is wrong with them. The primary victims of bullies are people who are different in the sense of appearance and general habits. This may include color, caste, creed, religion, weight or any other factors that a particular society may deem undesirable in a specific time. People subjected to constant bullying develop feelings of alienation and tend to stay away from society for fear of being judged in a negative manner, as a consequence they are not properly integrated in the society and fail at making impressions and conducting general socialization. Bullying usually occurs in the adolescent ages when children are in their primary school up till secondary school and is viewed as means of entertainment and gaining social approval.
Most people know that bullying hurts. So what kind of child would do this to others? Shouldn’t parents, teachers, and school administrators get to the root of why some kids feel the need to bully others? While there is absolutely no excuse for someone to harass, torment, and humiliate another human being, most bullies have underlying issues that lead them to this behavior. To increase their popularity or power, bullies turn their wrath on victims who are perceived as weaker than them.
As a matter of fact, if schools were to make their policies more effective it could increase school performance. Children who are being bullied would have better academic achievement and a better experience throughout their school years. In the text it states, “However, 24% of students in the study suffered chronic bullying throughout their school years, which was consistently related to lower academic achievement and less engagement in school, said lead researcher Gary Ladd, a psychology professor at Arizona State University” (Arbor). This means that as students were being bullied every year it led to them not showing up to school and not focusing on their school work. Awarenesses about bullying have become more popular in schools, homes, even the government.