Essay on Bullying in School

1099 Words Nov 29th, 2011 5 Pages
Abstract- Bully was once regarded on ordinary parts of growing up all the school change a lot though the years over time. The school is supposed to be a safe place and secure environment.
There is an increase concern about recognizing, interviewing, to preventing bully within the school. What are we suppose to do about Bullying?
To recognizing bullying is to identify type of bullying. First improve the lives strategies and intervolves both parties the victim and the bully.
There are many challenge for barriers by involves school programs! A small group and angry control and prosaically.

Introduction
There are much type of Bullying, Physical, Emotional, Relation, cyber, Gender and age, these are some of the type of
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The bully wants to harm the victim Bullying is characinoid by an unfair advantage or difference in power that the bully has over the victim.
Bullying is not a single incident but rather a pattern of repeated harassment of target victim an acronym useful explaining bullying to children is distinguish bullying.
From typical play and interaction, The different is often in the relationship between the bully and the victim and in the perceive intent of the interaction.

There are many type of victim
Passive victim- these are cautions and quite, quick, to cry, tacking, from friend, social network, anxious insecure, lacking, humor, physical weak.
Provocation victim- who fight back ADHD argumentative and aggressive
Vicartious victim or bystander-fail to take a stand up to the bully
Impact of the victimization-
Academic problem, decrease school, school performance, dropout, health problem, withdraw, low self confidence, low self esteem

Figure 1

 the child is rejected or perceived negatively by one or both parents.
 there is a lack of nurturing and emotional support provided by the family.
 Often poor bonding exists between the parent and child.
 Parental disharmony and conflict is present.
 Harsh, physical punishment is used to coerce and control the child.
 the parent’s discipline is inconsistent and based on the parent’s mood rather than on

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