The Types of Bullying

The Types of Bullying

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This comic describes the four factors and types of bullying and the ways to stop it.

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  • One sunny morning, the school bell rang in the vast distance. All students rushed to class in a hassle, careless of their surroundings. James got up as the rough students ran past over numerous kids.
  • Soon enough, James was surrounded by a pack of rowdy boys. They all soon turned to James, this was a part of his unfortunate, yet, daily schedule. As they walked closer to James, they commenced imitating and making fun of him and his purple bag as James tried to ignore them.
  • "Somebody please help!! Stop it guys, I've had enough!"
  • Sorry James, I didn't realise what we were doing to you. I hope I can make it up to you.
  • A few seconds later, Ms. Debra, the school's principal; walked in to find and visualise a horrific and tragic scene of typical bullying.
  • What's going on here boys? Enough is enough! You have been troubling James here for as long as I've known you, this is harassment and I've had enough. Put an end to it!
  • This type of bullying is often called Social Bullying. This situation and type of bullying is often found in cases where a pack or group of people (generally anyone), intimidate, harass, spread rumours, exclude the victim from various groups, or even embarrassing someone in a public manner and place. This type of bullying severely effects the lives of young children in school settings and even co-workers or individuals in their workplace. There are various ways to conclude this horrific act such as preventing it from happening again, informing a superior, adult or anyone about the situation, take a stand for what's right, make the case or type of bullying public to all, never be alone whilst the incident is taking place, e.t.c. The most appropriate way to end this sort of bullying would be to make the situation public due to the fact that it informs everyone on whats taking place within various environments.
  • As George awaited his buses arrival, an unfortunate event unfolded as his colleague strolled towards him in a demeaning way. Frank; his colleague, soon started abusing him in a verbal manner.
  • Hey! I hate your ugly hair and shoes, you might need to get a makeover!
  • Hey, I really don't appreciate you talking like that to me Frank! I have had enough of your hurtful acts in and out of work. 
  • As soon as George's bus halted to a stop, passengers viewed in shock of the dreadful events which had unfolded. Soon enough, this was put to a conclusion.
  • I'm sorry for the harm I've caused you George... I have caused you hatred and sadness; I am terribly sorry.
  • Hey break it off! Enough is enough! What are you doing to him? You can't expect to make statements which are extremely malicious and take it back. This is NOT the right thing to do!!
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