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All types of bullying are dangerous to the victim. The victim starts to believe the words that come out of the bullies mouth. The victim gets down on their self and turns to drugs or other things to make them feel better. People bully for different reasons. There are cultural causes of bullying.
It is problems like these that lead to violence against themse... ... middle of paper ... ...he effects that can exist if they go unacknowledged. Many teens and adults are victims of consistent bullying that they feel they have no control over. While it may not seem like such a big deal at first, as the problem becomes more severe so do the effects. The best way of dealing with bullying is to discover the causes and then predict the outcomes and effects. Works Cited "AP Connecticut."
Cruel comments, physical harm, and humiliation. Bullies are able to use many tactics to push their victims past the breaking point. They will use the victim's social status and deviance, to label them and disconnect them from their in-groups until it seems like they have no one left on their side. Throughout time, bullying has become more convenient for bullies, thanks to social media. One might ask, what does this mean for those being bullied?
Some examples of this behaviour are undesired teasing, name-calling, fallacious rumours and incessant and/or dishonest gossiping about a specific person. (Anonymous, 2014) Emotional bullying is occasionally referred to as relational aggression. This type of bullying is very easily concealed. According to Sherri Gordon it is a form of ‘social manipulation.’ When one is emotionally bullied their social standard is abused in attempt to make the saboteur’s social standard seem higher and to gain control over their victim. This bullying occurs when a person is repeatedly teased, overlooked, insulted and intentionally excluded from a friend group to spite and hurt this victim of bullying.
Bullying is undesirable, antagonistic manner among school going children that involves a real alleged power discrepancy. The power imbalance comes about because the bullies uses their physical strength, their power, embarrassing information, obnoxious language, or their reputation to control or maltreat other kids. The bullies are prone to recap the behavior over time. The act for bullying is agonizing because those bullied are long affected by the act and may live in fear in their life. Issues have arisen whether the bully should receive a special form of punishment at a particular age because just like the other offenses bullying should be punishable.
Each type of bullying has different reasons on why people are doing each one of them. Physical bullying is the most common type of bullying. This kind of bullying involves hitting, pushing, slapping, spitting, and all things that have direct contact between the bully and the victim. Physical bullying ... ... middle of paper ... ...ullying will bring negative impacts to everyone involved, the best way to deal with it is to stop it for once and for all. We have to start doing small things together to stop bullying, and eventually witness the greater effect later on.
Bullying is the use of force and threat to abuse, intimidate, or aggressively enforce domination over others. It is often repeated and habitual. Bullying is brought about by the imbalance of social or physical power according to the peers around. Behaviors used to assert this domination can include verbal harassment, threats and physical attack and is directed to a particular person. It is normally done to those with differences of class, race, religion, gender, sexuality, appearance, behavior, body language, personality, reputation, strength, size or ability.