Bullying can now lead to criminal cases and lawsuits. By the schools letting bullying continue it teaches students that it's ok. This creates a fearful environment instead of a learning one. Students feel "let me bully so I don't get bullied". Bullying victims can have a lot of stress added on and it can lead to retaliation such as school shootings as well as suicide.
Example: child X (being the bully) jokes with child V (the victim) and child V is offended by X’s joke. Such type of bullying affects both the victim and the “bully” – when this happens for more than once child V will start to feel less confident. However, as a result of a repetitive behaviour from the child X the “bully” will be excluded by the rest of the class or group. Effects As already mentioned previously, the effects of bullying does not only affect the bullied person, but also the bully him/herself. However another bracket of people who are affected by the action of bullying are the people witnessing the actual bullying.
Don’t Cross the Line Not knowing where the line is, can really drive people to the edge, literally. Bullying has become a part of everyday teenage life. Some people think of it as a joke and just mucking around until the victim decides they’ve had enough, and believe suicide is their only option. Kids don’t realise how severely the words they use can harm the people they aim it at that they cannot persuade them that they mean nothing. Social networks and websites have made it easier for kids to bully others anonymously and harshly.
However, this is another way to show others potential law breakers the outcome if they were to commit the offense. Deterrence is a good way to bring awareness to others around the community about offenders that need to be known about. This idea also applies to others besides offenders. Deterrence can also humiliate others and can be very embarrassing for some if community service gets involved. In this situation there will no longer be any privacy or any sort of way to hide their personal business.
These individuals, arguably, may believe that the punishment may not fit the crime, therefore acting themselves and attaining justice as they see fit. In addition, besides taking personality into account, situational surroundings also play a key role in understanding bullying. Bullying itself is often easily identified by the victims, as researched in Articles 2 and 3. Article 13 takes a different approach by examining the phenomenon from a different perspective: from the perpetrator, the actual bully. While perpetrators of bullying may feel justified in their actions, Article 1 aims to focus more on the interpersonal conflicts that perpetrators face in relation to the situation they find themselves in.
The mother became an alcoholic; an abusive alcoholic. First, she would just send the boys to look for items that the family didn’t even have, and punish them when they said they couldn’t find it. Then she singled David out, saying he was the “bad boy” and told the other boys that she was glad they weren’t like him. After awhile, she made up ridiculous chores for David to do before
Perspective Taking and Moral Motivation of Children Involved In Bullying.’ They tested a hypothesis to see if bullies although socially competent are they lacking in perspective taking moral motivation? They wondered if it would explain the exploitation of social skills for manipulative and anti-social goals. To be even more precise they hypothesized to see if bullies displayed more advanced perspective taking skills than bully-victims. The hypothesis included children from different bullying perspectives including bullies, bully-victims, victims and children exhibiting pro-social behavior. In doing so, they could accurately measure the data creating specific results when comparing each group in moral intentions.
For example, Delia is passive, religious and hard working woman, but at the end, she changes her attitude towards her husband because of his mistreatment and unfaithfulness. These conflicts and her husband mischievousness cause the death of her husband by his own plan. In a real life, women experience the same kind of situations. For example, one of my mother’s friends gets married with a man, who drinks all the day and abuses her. She only doing job for both of them.
Some kids with special needs do not feel pain so to spank them would be pointless. When the child does not respond to the pain from the spanking the adult may get frustrated and the spanking may turn into anger and it can turn bad fast. Some children do things but can’t help it. No matter how many times you spank them you can’t stop them from doing it as they do not know they are doing because it is part of the
Bullies seldom zone in on others that can potentially stand- up to them or challenge them. A bully will exercise their power on individuals that may: be from a different race or religion, a different socioeconomic background, be over or under weight, have a disability or even be an introvert- type within the workplace. Part of the bullying dynamic is the power imbalance between the bully and the victim, which is a guarantee that the bullying is unlikely to be reported. Bullying is a social process that can have a detrimental effect on our future. Similar to other forms of abuse, bullying is often hidden, thus creating the unlikelihood of finding a