There are 3 people involved in the bullying, the victim which is the person who is being bullied and the actual bully who is causing the abuse and the last person involved is they bystander is a person who sees the bullying happening. Lots of times bullying makes the victim feel bad about themselves and they start to believe the things the bully is saying about them are true. Most of the time the bully is just looking for attention and they want to be noticed. They want to make themselves seem more important. Some bullies may even come from bad families and that’s what makes them act the way... ... middle of paper ... ...ey are not concentrated and are afraid what the bully will do or say to them.
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.
They are also hot-tempered, have underdeveloped social skills, torn or dirty clothing’s, and sometimes might carry a weapon. In the movies a bully is portrayed as a person who is bigger, stronger, and tend to target someone much smaller or different than them. Bullying can be verbal, physical, or written harassment. Being bully could happen to anyone, anywhere, in your community and school. Bullies show aggression and make threats to gain dominance over their peers.
Once considered a part of growing up, bullying is just recently being seen as a serious problem that effects many people. The effects on the mind can be extremely damaging and sometimes unreversible. Most of the time adults are seen as safe havens for victims but adults often help facilitate bully behavior. If schools wish to curve these unacceptablel behaviors, they need to find a anti-bullying program that will effectivly work with their school environment. Overall, when adults and other students do nothing about the situation at hand they are actually encouraging bully behavior.
This can include name calling, teasing, and installing fear in someone. There is also physical bullying. This involves punching, shoving, and causing someone to do what they don’t want to do. This can be the most harmful type of bullying. Racial bullying is a big one in schools too.
There are many different ways that people can be bullied. One of the most popular type of bullying today is Physical bullying. Physical bulling is when a person uses physical actions to gain power and control over another person. Physical bullying usually involves hitting, kicking, tripping, pinching and pushing or damaging property. Some people get bullied in that way by others and sometimes it could get out of hand.
There are bullies at work, online, in the public and mostly school. So who is a bully? A bully is a person that causes emotional, psychological, or physical harm by using two different types of attacks. The first type being direct attacks, this consists of threatening, teasing, taunting, name calling, stealing, damaging of belongings, and hitting. Studies say that this type of attack is more common between males.
There are three main types of bullying. The three types of bullying are verbal bullying, physical bullying, and social bullying. Verbal bullying is when the bully hurts the other person verbally. They call the victim names and make them feel worse about themselves by using words. Physical bullying is when the bully physically hurt the victim, such as kicking or punching.
There are two types of kids who are more likely to bully others. People that are well-connected to their peers, have social power, are overly concerned about their popularity, and like to dominate or be in charge of others. The other group is the victim; these people are threatened, or attacked by the bullies. These people are probably experiencing bullying every day. Most probably, they are afraid of the bullies.
Their environment can have violence. Growing up around violence can mentally cause the person to be influenced to be mean to others. When children grow up around their parents yelling and calling each other names, the child then becomes aware to that kind of hospitality, then later treat others the way they grew up. Another example, why people become bullies because they may have gotten bullied from someone else, and then became a bully themselves after experiencing that. Bullies sometimes don’t choose just to be mean to others, there is usually a reason why they became that way.