NEWPOST353Bullying - Bullying Bullying: Aggression that is...

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Bullying
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Bullying: Aggression that is deliberately and persistently directed toward a particular target
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Relational Aggression: Nicki Crick: relational aggression is the attempt to harm other children either by damaging their friendships or by excluding them from the peer group. As a group girls appear to be more relationally aggressive than boys, and boys are more overtly aggressive.
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Queen Bees & Wannabees (Wiseman, 2002) December 2000 Empower Program Study 77% of teens surveyed believe some students are “above” the rules 36% of 14-17 year olds report that students with the most influence intimidate or embarrass others “all the time” or “frequently” 16% said students intercede when relational aggression occurs
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- 41% said nothing usually happens to intimidators - 39% say the victim usually “laughs along” -Vast majority of girls have been called/and called a friend a bitch or slut by age 12 - Main themes of gossip/rumors are:
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The movie Mean Girls was based on
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