For the most part, physical damage sustained in a fist fight heals, especially damage that is sustained during the resilient childhood years. What is far more difficult to mend is the primary wound that bullying victims suffer which is damage to their emotions; to their identities. Bullying is an attempt to instill fear and self-loathing. Being the repetitive target of bullying damages your ability to view yourself as a desirable, capable and effective individual. It only means that words also harm us not only by hurting us physically from time to time but words also take a lot more damage to us emotionally.
It creates long term effects to the person who is being bullied and to the bully himself. There are many types of bullying, such as verbal bullying which is done orally and physical bullying which is done by using physical appearances such as violence and cyber bullying which rely on the internet and social networking and prejudicial bullying is where the bully misjudge the victimized
The feeling of power and control over someone was what Chikatilo required to receive sexual pleasure he could not gain otherwise (Psychological Analysis par 3). However, do to this interaction, he was humiliated by his peers which coloured all upcoming sexual experiences and not only further developing his association of sex with violence but also his desire for younger individuals (The Butcher of Rostov par 3). The inability to sustain an erection due to his illness, yet still being able to ejaculate caused constant frustration and aggression in his life which went beyond just his immature years. The sociological theory proves that weak bonds with family and school can cause criminal behaviour (class notes). Likewise, Chikatilo lacks strong family bonds due to the abuse he suffered from his mother as a child both mentally and physically, similarly, he was bullied at school for his impotence.
The young boy of 19 killing his father was a big enough dilemma its self, but it wouldn 't of be enough to make the story positively interesting. Jury 3 was constantly arrogant towards jury 8. He was always telling the others, that jury 8 was lying, and trying to trick them. Jury 3 was essential in the plot, and the buzz of the story. He was constantly fighting back for his own problems with his son.
Coles change has influenced his personality and how he now sees himself, the way he looks at others, and how others look at him. The constant mental and physical abuse that Cole receives from his parents fuels the flames for his increasing criminal activity. After Cole breaks into a hardware store, Peter Driscal informed the proper authorities, getting Cole caught. Cole later physically assaults Peter, which leaves him with permanent damage. “Serves him right” Cole responded when told of Peters condition, Cole believed that everything was Peter 's fault for not keeping his mouth shut and it wouldn 't have been a problem if he knew how to fight back.
Most of the time Siew Ling 's father was scare her by his abusive methods. For example, he terrified Siew Ling by telling horrible stories to make her scared and confused. This effect Siew Ling mentally rather physically. According to Sandra Horley, (2002) abused people will try to cope with the situation mentally and deny the problems that they faced. Sometimes they act as normal and made situation even worst.
In page 64 it shows how abusive he was. “His father shouted as he started hitting Cole again, this time with the metal buckle end” (64). This shows how negative he acted on Cole and it reflects and backlashes on Cole because it gives him the same characteristics like his dad , abusive, short temper, and when he's irritated he doesn't know what to do so he resorts to violence. Towards the end of the book it shows how everything has consequences because Mr.Matthews got charged for abuse. “ One Month after Cole’s return from the island, the police had arrested and formally charged his father with child abuse “ (137).
Ever since schools have been created these so called people called bullies have surfaced causing many problems today in the entire world. So what is a bully you ask? A bully is someone who uses strength or intimidation to those who are weaker to pretty much get them to do what they want. A person who is bullied feels that nobody can help them, they feel outnumbered by the bullies friends , and they often feel sad to the point to where they won’t even talk to anybody because they are afraid that. Bullying is something that is considered inhumane and needs to end but what do you think?
The discipline and punishment they receive is hostile, abusive, and very inconsistent, which creates a distorted set of morals within the children (Genesis) .The young murderers are sexually abused either by a family member or family friend in nearly every case known. It has been discovered that this is actually one of the most important factors in the development of the serial killer. The abuse gives the children a feeling of being used and dominated, which in turn creates aggressive tendencies. An excellent example is Clifford Olson. As a child, Clifford Olson started off fairly normal.
Introduction: Verbal and physical harassment has been prevalent in our society as long as one can remember. These modes of afflicting social harm on others have evolved into ‘bullying’ and ‘ragging’ over time and have become so ingrained in our society that one does not need to look hard to find these social illnesses being practiced around us. Bullying is the act of victimizing a person continuously, by another person or a group, when he/she is exposed to negative actions on the part of other people or ‘bullies’. This act consists of hurling abuses, taunts, insults and physical abuse on someone; this process in effect asserts an individual’s or group’s dominance over the one being bullied. As a consequence, a person’s self-esteem is harmed