Research finds gender differences in how girls and boys bully others American Psychological Association, ; Olweus, Boys tend to engage in direct, physical aggression such as physically harming others. Girls tend to engage in indirect, social forms of aggression such as spreading rumors, ignoring, or socially isolating others. Based on what you have learned about child development and social roles, why do you think boys and girls display different types of bullying behavior?
Bullying involves three parties: the bully, the victim, and witnesses or bystanders. The experience of bullying can be positive for the bully, who may enjoy a boost to self-esteem. However, there are several negative consequences of bullying for the victim, and also for the bystanders. How do you think bullying negatively impacts adolescents?
Being the victim of bullying is associated with decreased mental health, including experiencing anxiety and depression APA, Victims of bullying may underperform in schoolwork Bowen, Bullying also can result in the victim committing suicide APA, How might bullying negatively affect witnesses?
Although there is not one single personality profile for who becomes a bully and who becomes a victim of bullying APA,researchers have identified some patterns in children who are at a Somebody Else (Instrumental) risk of being bullied Olweus, : Children who are emotionally reactive are at a greater risk for being bullied.
Bullies may be attracted to children who get upset easily because the bully can quickly get an emotional reaction from them. Children who are different from others are likely to be targeted for bullying. Children who are overweight, cognitively impaired, or racially or ethnically different from their peer group may be at higher risk. Gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender teens are at very high risk of being bullied and hurt due to their sexual orientation.
Cyberbullyinglike bullying, is repeated behavior that is intended to cause psychological or emotional Somebody Else (Instrumental) to another person. What is unique about cyberbullying is that it is typically covert, concealed, done in private, and the bully can remain anonymous. Cyberbullying can take many forms, including harassing a victim by spreading rumors, creating a website defaming the victim, and ignoring, insulting, laughing at, or teasing the victim Spears et al.
The effects of cyberbullying are just as harmful as traditional bullying and include the victim feeling frustration, anger, sadness, helplessness, powerlessness, and fear. What features of technology make cyberbullying easier and perhaps more accessible to young adults? What can parents, teachers, and social networking websites, like Facebook, do to prevent cyberbullying? The discussion of bullying highlights the problem of witnesses not intervening to help a victim.
This is a common occurrence, as the following well-publicized event demonstrates. Inin Queens, New York, a year-old woman named Kitty Genovese was attacked by a person with a knife near the back entrance to her apartment building and again in the hallway inside her apartment building.
When the attack occurred, she screamed for help numerous times and eventually died from her stab wounds. This story became famous because reportedly numerous residents in the apartment building heard her cries for help and did nothing—neither helping her nor summoning the police—though these have facts been disputed.
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