Lecture 15 -Bullying Presentation

Lecture 15 -Bullying Presentation - individual was being...

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6/4/11 What is Bullying? Bullying is defined as : A specific type of aggression in which: (1) the behavior is intended to harm or disturb ; (2) the behavior occurs repeatedly over time; and
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6/4/11 4 Major forms of bullying 1. Physical (pushing, punching, kicking, spitting)
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6/4/11 4 Major forms of bullying 2. Verbal (Name-calling, insulting, making jokes about race/other qualities)
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6/4/11 4 Major forms of bullying 3. Psychological (Exclusion from group, spreading rumors)
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6/4/11 4 Major forms of bullying 4. Cyber (text messaging, Pic/Video messaging, Social networks[Facebook])
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6/4/11 The bully-victim Continuum -It is made up of students who play multiple roles in bullying: 1. Bully – the person who bullies others. 2. Victim – the person being bullied.
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6/4/11 Harmful Effects of bullying Everyone involved in the Bully-Victim Continuum experiences the following negative effects: 1. Depression 2. Anxiety
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6/4/11 Bullying = Physical Pain The teenage brain “reacts to social pain as if the
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Unformatted text preview: individual was being physically injured (Swearer,2011, p. 27). -This is because bullying effects the same part of the brain involved in pain , which is why bullying results in such a strong emotional response.-Stress of being bullied by peers likely disrupts the immune system, which is what is the driving association between poor health and per victimization (Swearer, 2011,p. 28). 6/4/11 4 Ways to reduce Student bullying Increase group interactions Create a common role and purpose among students Ex: Like a sports team Allow students to actively learn Create exercises that engage students Increase the role of bystanders 6/4/11 Eye-color exercise by Jane Elliot (Elliot, 1968) Taught students about discrimination http://video.google.com/ videoplay?docid =6189991712636113875#...
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