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.
The way how bullies choose their targets for bullying often signifies their fear of being considered inferior. Victims of bully generally has one simple different characteristic, usually so significant making them distinguish from his p... ... middle of paper ... ...d most certainly will lead to more and more brutal and ruthless means. To sum it up, bullies are actually the victims. Victims of their own closed mind and intellectual backwardness. Due to their faulty family backgrounds, intellectual deficit and pressure by peers, they do not know how to act and deal with situations they happen to find themselves in, and because of that, they will try to attract attention by bullying others.
Bullying is a widespread problem in schools that has a negative impact on the school setting and students’ ability to learn. The school climate is meant to be a safe and secure learning place for students of any age to receive their education. Bullying causes fear and discomfort in students, and this affects their learning, relationships, and self-esteem. To some adults, bullying is dismissed as a normal playtime activity, a way for a child to build character, or even as a milestone during childhood. However, bullying is harmful to the victims and bullies in several different areas, including their self-efficacy, self-esteem, academics, and emotions.
The word 'bullying' is used to describe many different types of behaviour ranging from teasing or deliberately leaving an individual out of a social gathering or ignoring them, to serious assaults and abuse. Sometimes it is an individual who is doing the bullying and sometimes it is a group. The important thing is not the action but the effect on the victim. No-one should ever underestimate the fear that a bullied child feels. This advice sums up the most important actions to take - If someone in your family is being bullied at school - you have to do something to help: you must talk to a teacher.
The bully usually bullies because he or she is having problems in their personal life, whether it be family problems or financial problems, and bullying is their way of letting their anger out. Sometimes, he bully is depressed themselves which causes them to bully because it helps them feel better about themselves. Although, just because they are having problems, this does not... ... middle of paper ... ...ople who are bigger and more popular then them. Bullying creates an unsafe environment and an environment that students fear. We fail to stop bullying, we are giving the bully permission to hurt others and not caring enough for the victims who are getting hurt.
A single bully can have a wide-ranging impact on the student who observe bullying, and the overall climate of the school and community. Many may think that bullying only involves the bully and the bullied ;however, the effects of bullying extend to a far greater amount of people. “The supporters, onlookers, and defenders of bullying are also affected” (Hazeldon).Witness of bullying also feel that they are in an unsafe environment. They feel fear, guilt, powerless, and are tempted to participate. When bullying continues and a school does not take action, the school develops an environment of fear and disrespect, students have difficulty learning, feel insecure, dislike school, and perceive that teachers and staff have little control and don't care about them(“What effect”).
The Hidden Effects of Bullying Dedin Eka Nurpratama Do parents know what happened to their children out of their control? There is a great chance that there are some problems at school that children get, it can be a fighting, vandalism, or bullying. We know that bullying is the biggest problem in school, there are a lot of news on TV or newspaper that tell about bullying. Bullying can happen because the bully wants to avenge his/her experienced. Bullying can occur because of many things, and someone wheter at school or home must act to reduce the bullying.
Bullying can oftentimes be prevented by telling an adult and it is vital for students who witness bullying to bring the situation to a responsible adult. Others can potentially be very hurt by bullying, making it essential to come forward with information. With all of these issues at stake, it is crucial for schools to crack down on bullying by using both different methods of prevention as well as increased support for children who have been bullied.
There is also a reason why people become a bully. People become a bully because of their environment, lifestyle, or because they got bullied before. Many people go through bullying in their life and some overcome it.
In examining bullying in schools around the world it is very important to address this situation to see how it is effecting the students and if so find ways in which we can fix them. Bullying and students academics have a direct correlation, if bullying stops this will bring better grades amongst students and bring a better learning environment. Bulling is a bad phenomenon that only has bad side effects on both the bullies and the victim. Firstly we need to understand the characteristics of both of these individuals. Bullies and victims have some similarities they both suffer from symptoms of depression, experience suicidal thoughts, both suffer from psychiatric problems and both come from harsh environments.