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
IMPACT FROM BULLYING Nowadays , bullying had became the common issue in this society . Bullying is a repeated violence behavior where one person or a group of people in a position of power deliberately to intimidate , coerces , abuse an individual with the intention to hurt that person physically or verbally(Volk & Dane et al. , 2014).However, the impact of bullying can affect the man’s future life . Impact of bullying can be distributed into three categories that is bully,victim and observers . Bully is a person who involves in bullying victim physically or mentally without considering his feeling .
Bullying is a phenomenon existing as long as humans exist. The fact that it didn’t have a name for years doesn’t mean that it wasn’t a widespread way of behavior, in cases where two different types of people were involved ; the strong and the weak ones.Although bullying is considered as a form of aggression, or in some cases as an infringement of the human rights, “bullying is commonly regarded as an aspect of aggression”. (Roland and Idsoe, 2001), there are significant differences between them , the most important of which that “bullying is different from peer conflict. It is conflict between individuals that do not share equal physical and / or psychological power. Bullies are usually stronger and victims are usually perceived as weaker and unable to protect themselves.” (Masterson,1997) Bullying expands in many aspects of everyday life; from schoolchildren and teenagers, to adults , working environments and even spouses and family members.
This study proved that given the amount of time that adolescents are on computers unsupervised whether it be at home or in public libraries those who cyberbully are most often the ones that were prior victims to cyberbullying themselves. This study would benefit in research for “affects cyberbullying has on adolescents because it gives reasons to why cyberbullying bully in the first place. Although with was full of useful information it would have been more beneficial to monitor social media sites that the kids were using verses how long the kids were on the internet. In doing so, it would have supported their theory of cyberbullies being vicitam of bullying as
Bullying refers to use of force, threats, coercion, and so forth for the purposes of abusing, intimidating, and aggressively dominate over other people. Exploitation by tormenting has turned into a vital center of the tyke as well as adolescent psychology science writing. There are solid and steady discoveries that being a casualty of bullying is connected with more elevated amounts of disguising trouble (Malecki et al., 2014). Notably, bullying behavior is usually habitual and done repeatedly. Bullying has various effects on the victim.
School Bullying Quarreling, fighting, or bullying is common when children growing up. It is a universal and general phenomenon, therefore it is usually misunderstood by teachers and parents that school bullying is normal in children development that does not need to pay any attention to it. In fact, neglect to school bullying may lead to great negative outcomes, both learning and psychological aspect, in students. The following we will take a look and examine the causes, effect and prevention in school bullying. What is school bullying?
Topic: types of bullying and their effects on children. I. definition a) Peer aggression b) Intentional and repeated behavior c) Abuse of someone physically or socially II. Types a) Verbal bullying 1) Parents yelling at their children I) Leads to depression II) Feeling un important III) Loses his ability to communicate with other children 2) Attention seeking I) by calling the victim as fat or ugly II) Humiliating the child in front of other children in order to feel more powerful . 3) different social background I) socially unconfident II) jealousy III) frequently crying B) Physical 1) Child might be influenced by a certain wwe superstar I) trying to copy the superstar move on other children. a) Kicking b) Slapping 2) Child might be bullied from elder people I) trying to take revenge from other children Symptoms of physical bullying 1) stress 2) anxiety 3) tiredness 4) abnormal fears c) Cyber 1) Seeking for fame I) spreading rumors online II) harassing other kids virtually 2) Skip school 3) Have more health problems 4) Socially un confident 5) Always feeling insecure d) Prejudicial I) they were raised in a conservative community II) misjudging other children III) feeling unimportant Introduction
Bullying effects on victims are plentiful also. The causes of bullying may not directly impact the victims, but the effects on the victims can last a lifetime. Some bullies bully simply because they want to feel more important or popular. They want to feel a rush of power over someone. They develop the feeling that they need a victim, someone who seems lesser in some sort of way (Aluede et.al, 2008).
Through the questionnaires, researchers were able to analyze whether or not the targets had certain characteristics about themselves or even if bullying altered their mental health. Although both articles help contribute to evidence-based practice, I do believe the article by Karatza, Zyga, Tziaferi, and Prezerakos (2017) was the most pertinent. The study had a more diverse sample size and covered more aspects of bullying and lateral violence than just the characteristics of the suspect. The study focused on mental health, family and friend support, and also finding ways to minimize workplace bullying before it becomes a larger problem. Through the research of Karatza et al., one could