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  • Robert Battles III The effects of Bullying
  • What is Bullying? •Many teens have a good idea of what bullying is because they see it every day! Bullying happens when someone hurts or scares another person on purpose and the person being bullied has a hard time defending themselves. So, everyone needs to get involved to help stop it.
  • Verbal bullying -- name-calling, sarcasm, teasing, spreading rumours, threatening, making negative references to one's culture, ethnicity, race, religion, gender, or sexual orientation, unwanted sexual comments. Social Bullying - mobbing, scapegoating, excluding others from a group, humiliating others with public gestures or graffiti intended to put others down. Physical Bullying - hitting, poking, pinching, chasing, shoving, coercing, destroying or stealing belongings, unwanted sexual touching. Cyber Bullying (link to cyber bullying) - using the Internet or text messaging to intimidate, put-down, spread rumours or make fun of someone Types of Bullying?
  • Verbal bullying -- name-calling, sarcasm, teasing, spreading rumours, threatening, making negative references to one's culture, ethnicity, race, religion, gender, or sexual orientation, unwanted sexual comments. Social Bullying - mobbing, scapegoating, excluding others from a group, humiliating others with public gestures or graffiti intended to put others down. Physical Bullying - hitting, poking, pinching, chasing, shoving, coercing, destroying or stealing belongings, unwanted sexual touching. Cyber Bullying (link to cyber bullying) - using the Internet or text messaging to intimidate, put-down, spread rumours or make fun of someone Types of Bullying?
  • It is estimated that 160,000 children miss school every day due to fear of attack or intimidation by other students. Source: National Education Association.
  • • Since 2002, at least 15 schoolchildren ages 11 to 14 have committed suicide in Massachusetts. Three of them were Carl's age. ("Constantly Bulled, He Ends His Life at Age 11," by Milton J. Valencia. The Boston Globe, April 20, 2009) • Suicide rates among 10 to 14-year-olds have grown more than 50 percent over the last three decades. (The American Association of Suicidology, AAS) • In 2005 (the last year nationwide stats were available), 270 children in the 10-14 age group killed themselves. (AAS)
  • • Nearly 9 out of 10 LGBT youth reported being verbally harassed at school in the past year because of their sexual orientation • Nearly half (44.1 percent) reported being physically harassed • About a quarter (22.1 percent) reported being physically assaulted. • Nearly two-thirds (60.8 percent) who experienced harassment or assault never reported the incident to the school • Of those who did report the incident, nearly one-third (31.1 percent) said the school staff did nothing in response
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