By Kathleen Winkler
Teasing, name-calling, exhibiting and hitting, except for humans and spreading rumors approximately them are all examples of bullying and occurs to millions of teenagers on a daily basis. Advances in social media, e-mail, rapid messaging, and cellphones, have moved bullying from a schoolyard worry to a continuing hazard. find out how everyone is operating jointly to place an finish to bullying and cyberbullying and make the realm more secure.
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Bullying is partly learned from other bullies. ”11 Television, movies, and video games can also figure into the picture. “I think we have desensitized ourselves to violence by seeing it in the movies,” says LaCourt. “They can’t shock us anymore. ”12 That opinion is also borne out by research. A study at the Center for Adolescent Studies at Indiana University found that those who reported the most bullying behavior were also most likely to report viewing high levels of TV violence. 13 Having nonviolent adults as role models may help to counteract the violence on TV.
Torn Bystander: This is a girl with a conscience. She understands when the clique is doing something nasty and is torn between her loyalty to the clique and doing the right thing. Sometimes she is the go-between when other girls have a conflict. Pleaser/Wannabe/Messenger: This girl really wants to be in the clique but usually is not invited in. She will do anything for the Queen Bee and will always stand up for her. She often serves as a messenger—carrying messages from one to the other when two girls are in a fight.
The bullying happened most often at school but sometimes on the bus or in the neighborhood. Insults about weight, race, or other characteristics were common. Being new or different in some way made the chance of being a victim greater. Most girls reported feeling sad, hurt, or rejected when they were a victim. A few girls of various ages said they had cried. Others said they tried not to cry because that would mean more teasing. Some girls said they ignored the bully and what she did, but others said they responded with words or with physical actions like pushing or slapping.
Are You Being Bullied?. How to Deal with Taunting, Teasing, and Tormenting by Kathleen Winkler