Anti Bullying Campaign Analysis

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The third outreach activity employed in our anti bullying campaign is a poster. Our poster design is simple, informative, and relevant to the desired population. The first design component is a plain black background, so the reader’s eyes are pulled toward the pictures and information, and in the center of the poster are the words “NO MORE”. These words are the slogan for our campaign. Thus, they are front and center on the poster. The words are written in the color red because it displays a sign of caution or danger. The goal of the slogan “no more” is to eradicate bullying from schools. Studies show that one out of seven students in the grades kindergarten through twelfth are either a bully or a victim of bullying (“Bullying Facts and Statistics”, …show more content…
First is physical bullying, an act that involves some sort of violence against another person (“Bullying Definition”, n.d). The most common forms of physical bullying are hitting, kicking, or pushing (“Bullying Definition”, n.d). The picture shows two children involved in a physical altercation. When someone thinks of bullying, this is the image in, their head; however, in today’s world physical bullying is not common. Instead, the three other types of bullying are more prevalent. The next type pictured on the poster is verbal bullying. Verbal bullying is a negative defining statement told to or about the victim (“Bullying Definition”, n.d). This includes name-calling, teasing, or insults (“Bullying Definition”, n.d). This slander often includes offensive terms and language, so the picture is a group of children stating racist remarks to another child. Not only does verbal bullying cause immediate sadness, and it aids in the creation of a prejudice society. The next type of bullying is similar to verbal bullying, but it is called social bullying. Social bullying is less obvious and includes saying mean or …show more content…
Also, it is important to educate children on what types of actions are considered bullying, in order for them to stop or prevent it from occurring. Our second goal of the poster is to persuade children to repeat the anti bullying slogan, “no more”. If the campaign increases the number kids who stand up against bullying, the prevalence of bullying will decrease. Therefore, we believe that the more times the phrase no more is repeated, the rate of bullying with decrease. In order for kids to learn about the types of bullying and this anti bullying slogan, the posters will be dispersed across elementary and middle schools. Schools are the target locations of bullying, so it is an effective spot to begin the campaign. Along with the posters, the schools will be encouraged to participate in our anti bullying sticker

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