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    teen relational aggression towards one another. Relational aggression among boys is typically physical. But between girls it becomes relational, leaving them feeling rejected, “less than” and with a damaged sense of self. Boys grow out of this phase by resolving issues physically, but girls don’t. Girls usually take out their anger among one another by bad mouthing and putting each other down. In my opinion relational aggression will get worst throughout the years, just as bullying and cyber bullying has due to social media. Social media networks were positively used to keep in contact with family members…

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    Overall, relational aggression was the act of violence that occurred more often. In both shows, there was a dominant character that portrayed a sense of authority over the other characters who wanted to make them feel inferior. For example, in How to Get Away with Murder, Annalise who is the professor that teaches criminal law made Wes (a student) look foolish in front of the entire class. All the six acts of relational aggression were realistic, which can demonstrate or introduce the idea that…

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    Relational Aggression

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    Purpose The purpose of the study conducted by Laura M. Crothers, Julaine E. Field, and Jered B. Kolbert (2005) investigated relational aggression in adolescent girls, and the power dynamic between girl’s friendships. Relational-aggression in adolescent girls negatively impacts their need for emotional intimacy or closeness to peers, as well as being detrimentally to girl’s emotional wellbeing and identity. Crothers et al. (2005) hypothesized that adolescent girls who had a traditional feminine…

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    founder of bullying research, defines bullying as an imbalance of strength, repeating action and occurring regularly over time. A significance has been placed on the phrase, “imbalance of strength,” meaning, bullying cannot be used if two or more students whom are nearly the same size, physically or psychologically, are fighting or arguing. According to Nishioka, Coe, Burke, Hanita, & Sprague, 2011; Psunder, 2010, differentiating between direct-physical, direct-verbal, indirect, overt, and…

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    There are four types of bullying Verbal, Physical, relational, and racist. Verbal accounts for 70% of reported bullying, it is also the easiest to get away with. Physical accounts for less than one third of bullying incidents. Physical bullies are most likely to end up with serious offences later in life. Relational which includes shunning, isolating, ignoring, and excluding. It is the hardest to detect because it usually unseen. Raciest bullying is usually in an environment where different is…

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    When he try to open up to the other kids about his situation with his dad and why he acts the way he does, Andrew and the others didn’t want to believe him. This caused John to become really upset and start smoking marijuana away from them. All John wanted to do what open up and interact with this other students to see if he can trust them. Yet they all fail at first which lead to John feeling rejected one more time and get aggressive. By John being rejected by his peers is the reason why he…

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    2002), which avoids shaming or blaming the child who bullies while still emphasizing the child’s responsibility to change his or her behavior, is an example of such an approach that has been shown to be mostly effective (Rigby, 2005)” (as cited in Ansary, Elias, Greene, & Green, 2015, p. 8). They should calmly make the situation public by saying what they saw. An invitation for more information can be done by asking if they need help or why they look so hurt. Reinforcing positive behavior…

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    they get physical with their victims, and they even make kids commit suicide. To begin with, bullies make 160,000 kids miss schools every day because the victim is afraid to be made fun of in public.In fact, “Psychologist warns against turning bullies into criminals” research reveals that ”Kalman says that 90 percent of bullying is name-calling and insults. Big deal. He wonders whatever happened to “sticks and stones may break my bones, but names will never hurt me?” The other 10 percent is…

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    The Australian Covert Bullying Prevalence Study (Child health promotion centre, 2009) showed striking result that almost half (48%) of all Year 9 students had either been bullied or bullied others, and 29 percent of them were experiencing frequent bullying. Bullying is no doubly a top issue for schools, parents, and students that need to be dealt with seriously . The Victorian government had set up the Bully Stopper program to tackle with this issue, and had spent up to two million and seven…

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    Bullying is an issue that transcends ages, ethnicities, and cultures, and school seems to be the one place where bullying is the most evident. I do not think school are the cause for bullying, but when bullying is ignored nothing good is proceeds. Bullying is an act that is recognized as bad, but it is not always stopped. Over the last couple of years bullying has become a matter that numerous people have been working against. Organizations have created programs to explain the dangers of…

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