Bullying is an act that everyone has experience and done to others in one stage of their lives. Bullying is the act in which a group of people or a person is causing harm by threatening, verbally harassing, or physically assaulting another person. There are many types of bullying. Bullying has many effects on a person. The person being bullied could suffer from emotion and behaviour problems. This would lead to depression, loneliness, and low self-esteem.
There are two main types of bullying, school bullying and cyber bullying. School bullying happens in all parts of school, though more often occurring during recess, in hallways, lunchtime, after school, on the bus, and while waiting for the bus. The students bully others because they are different or isolated. This makes the situation harder for the person being bullied to deal with. This type of bullying is obvious and easier to tell who is performing such an act.
On the other hand, cyber bullying can be carried out over the internet or by writing threatening notes. This includes emails, instant messaging, blogs, and text messaging. Cyber bullying usually occurs to a child, preteen, or teen. For bullying to be classified as cyber bullying, its intention must be to cause emotional distress. The most common and simple way of cyber bullying is the continuing to send messages after the user has said they want no more contact. Cyber bulling may also include the victim’s personal data, like school, name and address. Cyber bulling is less noticeable and hard to tell who is performing the act.
All in all, bullying is part of everyone lives. Bullying happens everywhere and it can be stopped. The two main types of bullying can become very serious if it is not stopped. It would affect ones life if no one steps in to solve the situation. Bullying should be taken seriously by everyone and should be limited as much as possible.
Please join StudyMode to read the full document