When an individual bullies others, there is usually an effect left on that person. Victims are the ones who have to deal with the long-term effect of bullying. There is usually a good outcome or a bad outcome when this situation occurs. When most people become a bully, it’s because of their environment. Their environment can have violence.
People who bully others use words to downsize a person and make them feel bad and unwanted to everyone. Covert is another category of bullying. It is often harder to recognize and can be carried out behind the bullied person's back. It is designed to harm someone's social reputation and/or cause humiliation. Cyber bullying is another type of bullying.
Most of the time kids are bullied for their appearance, if they don’t look a certain way they get made fun of for it. The person’s reaction to the bullying depends on the situation. It makes most kids who are being bullied feel depressed and cause them anxiety. There are different types of bullying. It can be verbal, like saying something rude to someone to make them feel bad.
5). Bullies use physical force to beat, kick, or even damage someone’s property, “[Including] books, clothing, or lunch money” (“Physical Bullying” 1). Physical harassment is typically found more in the male gender than in females, but they are still able to portray these crimes or become victims themselves (“Physical Bullying” 1). They could have several reasons to bully their victims, such as, to be in control or to be acknowledged (“Physical Bullying” 1). A p... ... middle of paper ... ... accept bullying” (Business Wire 1).
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.
A bully is someone who verbally or physically picks on others for their own personal reasons. In Lord of the Flies, William Goulding is interested in the topic of bullying as it is a major theme throughout the book. Bullying helps the bully in many different ways and varies depending upon the person. Just like Jack, Ralph, Maurice, and Robert bullies hurt others physically or mentally because they desire authority, power, winning, or violence and from old habits learned from family. Bullies often have an agenda that leads them to bully.
Others believe that bullying is just students causing pain to their peers. To me, bullying is putting others down to make the bully feel better; it is causing unnecessary pain for unacceptable reasons. There are many types of bullying. The most common type is verbal. Verbal bullying includes threats, name calling, and taunting.
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.
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.
The bully-victim may be aggressive, passive and provocative simultaneously. They may learn maladaptive behaviors of using bullying strategies to cope with their victim status. (Douglas Vanderbilt and Marilyn Augustyn, 2010).On the other hand, the bully itself feels a different way on his/her part. According to Vanderbilt, D. and Augustyn, M., “bullies often have high social status, which gives them license to use their power on those weaker” (2010). Moreover, the bullying behavior results from use of alcohol and physical abuse that they have experienced in their life.