Bullying

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Bullying

Bullying

By: Lauren Martin: CyberbullyingRyan Dix: PhysicalTyler James: IndirectCharlie Witlock: Verbal

Verbal bullying is when the bully says something mean and/or discouraging to another person. This makes it easier to do without anyone knowing; however, Verbal bullying is just as harmful as Physical bullying. The best way to stop this type of bullying is to let an adult know so that they can take care of it. If the adult doesn’t take care of it right away then you should just ignore it, or you should go and tell the bully how what he’s saying makes you feel. This type of bullying is somewhat hard to prevent, but the best way to prevent it is just be kind to others. Also, if you say something that could be discouraging or mean then ask them if it was and apologize. .

Cyber Bullying the use of electronic communication to bully a person, typically by sending messages of an intimidating or threatening nature. Cyber Bullying is becoming a larger thing becuase the advancment of technology so we should start to think about what we share and how it affects people because you really don't know how they are going to respond. Cyber Bullying is everywhere and can happen in many different places. There can be text message bullying, picture bullying, phone call bullying, social media bullying, e-mail bullying, and chat room bullying. As a student I've seen people on social media getting bullied by mean comments. I can say I haven't done anything about it but there are some kids that have and I thank them for standing up for a person they don't even know. Cyber Bullying is much harder to stop then some think it is ,but just doing a couple writing a little message can help somebody a lot. All you have to do is say something nice that doesn't critisism them. That's it. And when other people look and find the person that said the rude thing they will stick up for the perosn and tell the bully that they are wrong and that they need to stop.

Physical bullying is when you are being threatened to be hurt, or are being hurt. Physical bullying usually begins with teasing or threats. Physical bullying is usually shown by hitting, slapping, tripping, or even breaking that persons belongings. The place kids are most likely to be physically bullied is school. Middle school grades are the most typical grades for bullying. Boys are most likely to physically bully someone. Ways you can tell someone is being physically bullied is they are "losing" their stuff, they feel sad, or they are withdrawing from friends or family. Physical bullying is rarely the first type of bullying somebody experiences

Indirect bullying is when a bully posts or says a mean comment without saying a name. An example is a bully saying,"Leather Jackets are so out of style." You know it is directed at you since you wore a leather jacket the day it was posted but you can’t prove it since it does not have a name. Indirect bullying can also include being left out, last one picked, and gossip. Most bullies don't realize that they are hurting you when it is indirect and over the internet. Do not retaliate! Talk to the person and tell them that their comments are mean. If you retaliate, the bully will realize that you are easy to bully and the comments are making you feel bad about yourself which only makes the bully stronger. This promotes the behavior.

Indirect Bullying

Cyber Bullying

Physical Bullying

Verbal Bullying

Did you know that 160,000 kids stay home from school every day because of fear of bullying?

72% of kids surveyed say they are bullied because of their looks.

Girls are more often bullied than guys.

Did you know that 7% of kids have considered comitting suicide and 14% of kids have attempted suicide.

Did you know that 87% of students surveyed said shootings are motivated by a desire to “get back at those who have hurt them.”


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