Bullies sometimes don’t choose just to be mean to others, there is usually a reason why they became that way. According to bullyingstatics”Children who experience academic failure are also more likely to bully others.” Sometimes having power or being the leader of a group can sometimes lead into bullying, because the indivual is use to everyone listening to them, but when one person stops obeying them, then that’s when the bullying comes into the situation. Another reason people may become bullies, because they aren’t having enough attention at home or there lonely and want attention from others. There are many more examples why people become bullies, sometimes it can just happen out ... ... middle of paper ... ...ver get bullied again. Bullying can make a victim stronger, because the harsh words can make the individual want to strive for better.
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.
The bully never stops, they simply get worse. The bully is usually stronger and more popular. The bully will usually bully someone who they do not like or someone that they think is strange, they also may bully people who have a disability of some kind. The bully goes after people who are different. There are three main types of bullying.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Bullying usually involves an imbalance of power. In some cases the bully is not always bigger than the victim, but they try to use threats to scare other people and make them afraid. Anyone can be a bully no matter what age or gender. A person can be bullied from pre-school throughout adulthood. When people hear the word “bully”, they assume it involves someone hitting or pushing someone around.
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.
Physical bulling Hitting, kicking, pinching, and pushing are the most common type of physical bullying. The strong children tend to misuse their strength to maltreat other kids. The bully does these things to intimidate the fellow student and make them fill minorities and out of place. The aggressors may also spit on th... ... middle of paper ... ...rmed by human and children rights activists who aim at the safety of all the kids. The US federal has not remained behind but has also contributed to the perturbing issue of bullying.