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Bullying

  • Date Submitted: 04/08/2014 04:21 PM
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Physical and verbal aggressions occurs consistently in children and teenager at school and many people have been affected by this. For this reason, bullying is the main theme of my essay. Bullying is any willful, conscious behavior intended to hurt another person, either physically, verbally, or by intimidation, isolation or cyberbullying.
Cyberbullying is a new form of bullying. It happens over the Internet by computer, mobile phone, or other electronic device. It usually involves nasty words or pictures about someone, or spreading lies about the victim on the Internet.
It develops when victims don't defend themselves or don't make known the fact because they are afraid and fear future punishments or damages. Victims usually remain silent because they believe that the bully can like them. In addition, victims think that teachers of school can't stop the bullying once it starts and they neither want to worry their parents, nor betray his classmates. Even they come to reckon they are the problem of everything.
In general, bullying appears in all sorts of schools. It is not restricted by any factor of race, gender, class or another kind of natural distinctions. It should be differentiated between several types of bullying: sexual, verbal, social exclusion, psychological, physical, among others. In all these cases of bullying, there are always three main roles: The bully, the victim and the onlookers.
As a rule, the bully has an provocative and aggressive behaviour, he can't put himself in the position of the victim, he lives in an unemotional and unfamiliar environment and moreover the bully hasn't empathy. According to experts, a child can become a bully when they want people to do what they want, when they   likes control about other children and even if the bully has suffered bullying during their childhood.
Typically, victims haven't skills to react to bullying due to his shame, conformism and furthermore, they are usually less social,...

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