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BULLYING is the use of force, threat, or coercion to abuse, intimidate, or aggressively to impose domination over others.

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bullying to the victims of this behavior.

Bullying has been linked to a variety of negative outcomes including emotional, academic, health, and social

Bullying has been linked to a variety of negative outcomes including emotional, academic, health, and social problems. Involvement in bullying, as a bully, a victim, or both, has been related to many negative psychosocial outcomes

• Increased emotional distress • Externalizing behaviors • Poor interpersonal functioning • Academic difficulties

Physical Aggression Verbal Bullying Relational Aggression

Physical Aggression

Verbal Bullying

Physical Aggression Verbal Bullying Relational Aggression

Relational Aggression

Most of the studies showed its unfavorable effects but some of us do not know that

Most of the studies showed its unfavorable effects but some of us do not know that there were also some positive effects about bullying.

Hope Optimism Strong Personality Strengths Problem - solving Skills

 It is important for the school to have a firm investigation about where, when, why
  • It is important for the school to have a firm investigation about where, when, why and how bullying starts, and who are those people involve in this matter.

  • There must be a seminar/discussion offered for the parents, teachers and students about certain issues related to bullying.

  • There must be a careful observation to every child/individual’s performance or on how they act or interact with people.

 Use different and effective ways of teaching that will help every student to create good
  • Use different and effective ways of teaching that will help every student to create good relationship with each other and help them feel like they belong.

  • Encourage those who witness the bullying incident (bystanders) to speak up against bullying, and report who those children they know are affected by bullying are.

  • Have patience in understanding and helping those

who are being affected by bullying and help them

to boost their confidence, learn to deal with stress, and have strong sense of personality.

 Parent Retrospective Recollections of Bullying and Current Views, Concerns, and Strategies to Cope with Children’s
  • Parent Retrospective Recollections of Bullying and Current Views, Concerns, and Strategies to Cope with Children’s Bullying Leigh A. Cooper and Amanda B. Nickerson (2012)

  • Teacher education, teaching experience and bullying policies: Links with early childhood teachers' perceptions and attitudes to bullying Ola Goryl, Cathrine Neilsen-Hewett and Naomi Sweller (2013)

  • Bullying in Recreation and Sport Settings: Exploring Risk Factors, Prevention Efforts, and Intervention Strategies Charlene S. Shannon (2013)

  • The relationship between strengths in youth and bullying experiences at school Jessica Franks, Edward Rawana & Keith Brownlee (2013)

 Design and validation of a self-administered test to assess bullying (bull-M) in high school Mexicans:
  • Design and validation of a self-administered test to assess bullying (bull-M) in high school Mexicans: a pilot study Arnulfo Ramos-Jimenez, Abraham Wall-Medrano, Oscar Esparza- Del Villar and Rosa

P Hernández-Torres (2013)

  • Pilot Evaluation of the ACT Raising Safe Kids Program on Children’s Bullying Behavior Kimberly M. Burkhart, Michele Knox and Jeanne Brockmyer

(2012)

  • The Good, the Bad, and the Borderline: Separating Teasing from Bullying Carol Bishop Mills and Amy Muckleroy Carwile (2009)

  • Practical Recommendations and Interventions: Bullying Emily Burgdorf, Meghann Kreiger, Michael Lewis, Karen Permenter and Julia Volpe

 ‘Bullying’ can be good for you - leave pupils to sort out spats, says experthttp://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article- 1132022/8216-Bullying-8217-good--leave-pupils-sort-spats-says- expert.html )  Sorry, but it can be GOOD for children to be bullied Dr. Helene Guldberg ( http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article- 1281630/DR-HELENE-GULDBERG-Sorry-GOOD-children- bullied.html ) " id="pdf-obj-13-2" src="pdf-obj-13-2.jpg">
  • ‘Bullying’ can be good for you - leave pupils to sort out spats, says expert