When drama occurs the “victim” in most cases has done something to trigger the unwanted attention of the “bully”; neither side of this kind of situation is innocent, and it is considered drama that is temporary (Walker). What this means is that if someone is continuously giving another students a hard time for the ... ... middle of paper ... ...bout what they say or what they hear and realize if it is bullying. They can play their role as a bystander; bullies, to respect others in effort to stop bullying. Bullying will not go away all together, but students need to step up and know if they are bullying or not, and they can not stand by and watch it happen if it does. Overall, I believe that students have gotten out of control and need to self-reflect on their own actions.
Bullying has various definitions, concepts, tactics, etc. One definition is as follows: “Bullying can be comprised of direct behaviors of those such as teasing,... ... middle of paper ... ...all. It is difficult to control all children, and even adults, but even just decreasing bullying could make a significant difference in society because there is much more that can be done about it than there already is. The expansion of bullying needs to stop. Children do not deserve to be left with the visible and invisible scars that bullying leaves behind, or the severe consequence of suicide or suicidal thoughts.
Some bullies act they way they do because they have been hurt by bullies in the past even a parent or another adult. Some bullies actually have personality disorders that don’t allow them to understand normal emotions like guilt, empathy, compassion, or remorse. I think that schools need to do more about bullying. It affects many kids and keeps them from wanting to go to school to get an education. It would make victims feel better about themselves.
Bullying can occur because of many things, and someone wheter at school or home must act to reduce the bullying. Actually, bullying can have bad effects to the children’s psycologically and mentality. Bullying have bad effects for children who experienced it. The effect that can not be hidden is stress. Children who often get bullying will be easier becoming stress because sometimes they are afraid to tell their felling to the other.
What they may see as “joking around” can be viewed as them being a bully, and they may even be hurting someone’s feelings without realizing the effect that they have. This can then lead to school violence, which is a prevalent issue in today’s society. There are many causes to bullying and school violence and many effects as well. However, if dealt with properly, there are ways to solve these prevailing problems. “One in seven children is a bully or the target of a bully, according to the National Association of School Psychologists” (Garrett 34).
Bullying is a form of drama and violence to torment victims because they are either different from their tormenters or the tormenters have some insecurity/ jealousy issues . The hate towards their victim has something to do with the victim having an extraordinary gift or being intelligent the bully has yet to become. It is important that this behavior should be prevented or this issue will become worse. Bullying is one of the main issues public and private schools have to face on a day-to-day basis. When the bullies takes it too far, the victim snaps and retaliates against them by fighting them back physically or verbally.
Another common reason is that they are outcasts and feel that this is the only way to gain attention. Are you able to identify the type of bullying? Name-calling and teasing are both common types of bullying, but boys will sometimes use strength to bully others, whereas girls will usually exclude someone from a group or may spread hurtful stories about them. But the most... ... middle of paper ... ...g their pupils learn skills in conflict resolution, support and 'buddying' schemes can also play a useful part on cracking down on bullying. But making a school policy is by far the best way to sort this problem out because it involving the whole school as a school rule rather than just those pupils those choose to go along to the learning clubs.
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”).
Some bully because they enjoy control, some have trouble with following rules, some lack compassion and they see violence as being acceptable. Lack of the right parental guidance can cause children to act out. They seek victims with special needs and attributes that are clearly causing them to stand out from others, which in some cases; it is them that feel left out (CSAP). Victims usually remember being left out and exposed to these issues earlier on, “The pathway that begins with exclusion leads to loneliness, dissatisfaction with social relationships and a strong resistance to being at school” (NoBully.com). Bullying is sometimes life threatening to the victims.
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.