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art of living like brothers Martin Luther King Among teachers Teacher-student facility Among students What exactly is bullying? The word describes a way of bullying treatment personas.Su fundamental meaning i s: to harass, annoy, harass, obstruct or physically assaulting someone. It is a continuous and deliberate verbal abuse and modal receiving a child by another or others, who act with him / her cruelly in order to bring, cornering, threaten, intimidate or get something from the victim.

Characteristics of bullying

Bullying can have as authors both individuals and groups. It is characterized by a systematic and strategic. Usually extends for a period longer or shorter. Bul lying is a process of repression of problems. Its victims feel at a disadvantage and are considered to blame for the situation can take place both directly and indirectly (through physical or psychological, or intrigue) Actions that occur more frequently Actions that occur more frequently Stalk and spy on the way home from school, chasing, casting, punching or elbowin g, pushing and beatings. marginalized in the school community or class. invent r umors and lies. Game dirty sport and traps. laugh the other, making nasty comments about him. , mocking continuously, dealing with nicknames. Different types of bullying Direct Indirect More common in children. It can be: Physical, Psychological Verbal More common in girls. Seeks social isolation Participants of bullying Aggressor Teasing

Observer Victim with antisocial behavior and a little sympathetic to their victims. There are th ree types of stalkers:, Aggressor: They tend to be physically strong, impulsive, dominant, Stalker Smart: It is he that good social skills and popularity in the group, is able to organize or manipulate others to fulfill their orders Stalker Little Sma rt: It is the one who manifests an antisocial behavior that intimidates and hara sses other directly, sometimes as a reflection of their lack of self esteem and confidence. Stalker Victim: It is the one that plagues young fellow and he is at once harassed by older kids or even a victim at home.

Manages to be respected by fear. Victim: Children are usually timid, insecure, maintain an excessive parental protection are weaker physically, etc.Existen two types of victims: Passive Victim: Usually weak physically and insecure, which makes it an easy target for the stalker. Other fe atures of the passive victims are: low self-esteem, lack of friends, depression, although some of these traits might be the result of the harassment.

Provocative Victim: Usually have a behavior annoying and irritating to others. Sometimes peers cause them to react inappropriately, so after suffering harassment may come to seem justified. Attendance: They know the situation well, they are asked that applaud or ignore it. Can be divided into: Buddies: Close friends and aides of the aggressor. Enhancers: Although not directly haras s, observed aggression and condone and incite. Unaware: They appear as neutral a nd do not want to get involved, but the streets are condoning bullying. Defender s: They can support the victim of harassment. The spectators are very effective in addressing the abuse and that it can contin ue only if viewers tolerate it. LAW OF SILENCE: Aggressor Accomplice Witness Consent Attack Victim <<You touched!>>

How is it developed? 1 The harasser can begin to set targets potential harassment while the band members are going to position against possib le attacks. 2 Soon the proceeds to bully small intimidation that are not effectively faced by the victim, while the spectators or support or turn away from the first assault. 3rd assault begins, with the victim Det suffering. consequences .. 4 The severity of the attacks will with a gradually increasing sense of despair and collapse of self-esteem of the victim, while viewers will definitely join in the impotence and Victim Indicators of bullying: Decrease Absenteeism common school. Comes with blows or wounds recess. It performance school. Apathy nervous in class. Murmurs, to the dejection, sadness. Student is not chosen for group work. laughs softly, when a student enters class or answering a question. Aggressor Bullying Indicators: Aggressor Absence empathy with the suffering of others. Talking arrogant some guy dismissively from his / her class. of and dominant with siblings and friends.

fun from their peers Haber been scolded more than once for fighting with peers. Lack of compliance Abuse is not a joke, laugh all a joke Consequences of bullying In the victims is the deterioration of self-esteem, anxiety, depression, school phobia and suicide attempts with negative impact on personality development, soc ialization and mental health in general. Consequences of Bullying: In the aggressors For the perpetrators of bullying behaviors can become chronic and becoming an il legitimate way to achieve its objectives, with the consequent risk of referral t o criminal conduct, including domestic violence and gender. Consequences of Bullying: In the audience For its part, the spectators are at risk of desensitized to the daily aggression and not to react to situations of injustice in their environment. The boys and girls should know they have a right to their physical and psychological integrity and that nobody can abuse them either physically or psychologically, or sexually. know that attitudes and behaviors do not have to give in their rela tionships with peers and adults. They • They must prepare to face uncomfortable behaviors and group pressure. • Must create a peace culture and non-violent and must be actively involved in ant i-bullying policy of the center. Breaking the code of silence

Their relations have to be egalitarian rather than arrogance or dominance-submis sion. Should be made aware that they have to inform and raise awareness of situa tions of physical, psychological and they happen to observe or know of any of it s peers. both parents or family and the school.

• Spectators should show an attitude of openness, communication and concern for th

e victim. No position in the side of the harasser and the victim to tell their p arents or people nearby, even offering to go with it if it is safe. • They should be aware of the importance of maintaining cordial relationships, positive and mu tually satisfactory peer.