Topics: Bullying, Abuse, Self-esteem Pages: 3 (1007 words) Published: December 6, 2012
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Bullying is a behavior that is often learned in responce to stresse in the bullies world. These stresses could include strained parental relationships, poor academic perfomance, unsupported peer networks or anxiety regarding physical apperance. While bullies give off the apperance of cofidence, it is often the case that their actions are driven by insecurities. Harassing and overpowering others gives bullies a sence of superiority, makeing up for the lack of control in some other part of their lives. Suprisingly many bullies are often motivated to abused others becaused they have been victims of abusive behavior. The anger that they feel as a result of being hurt is directed toward other individuals. There is no one single cause of bullying among children individual, family, peer, school, and community factors can place a child or youth at risk for bullying. These factors work individually or collectively to contribute to a child's likelihood of bullying. A lack of supervision by parents is caused by ignorant parents; parents who don't pay attention to their kids on anything that happens in school or in their surroundings. Harsh physical discipline sometimes or allways effects the minds of the young people being treated wrong by their parents who treat their kids wrong. parent modeling of bullying behavior parents often take their anger of each other whild their child its looking. Victimization by older brothers also is a factor of bullying because the older brothers treats the minor ones like slaves for example the older brothers tells the young ones that they are nothing and they called them names. Models of bullying behavior are prevalent throughout society, especially in television, movies, and video games. When children are agreggated together, they associate with others who are similar to them or who have qulities or characteristics that in some way support their own behaviors. for teenage girls social aggression can be a way of...
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