Bulling Inside of the Education System
Bulling is an ongoing thing in the education system weather you are a student or a teacher. Bullying involves repeated occurrences. Bullying is not generally considered a random act or a single incident. Rather, a child is repeatedly picked on by another child or is the target of harassment from a whole group of children. It is the repeated nature of bullying that causes anxiety and apprehension in victims, such that the anticipation of bullying becomes as problematic as the bullying itself. Sometimes people act in such away due to the fact they are jealous of the other person or just for fun. When they are picking on a different individual most of the time they have no idea of the damage they are really causing the other person. The type of bulling that occur in the educational system today include but not limited to emotionally, physically, socially, and sexually. The child who bullies on others wants to harm the victim; it is no accident. School bullying has more than likely existed as long as schools themselves. The consequences of such bullying were once limited to name-calling and occasional schoolyard fights. In recent years, however, school bullying has taken a more serious turn; more and more frequently, bullied students are turning to violence as a solution; either through suicide or through deadly acts carried out against their persecutors and other students. These tragedies have led to heightened awareness among parents, children, educators, and law enforcement experts about the harmful short and long term effects of bullying. School bullying can consist of physical violence against a student, but more often involves ridicule and attempts to humiliate the target student in front of others. The victims are often students who are not part of an established social group at school, such as new students or those who suffer from health or learning disabilities. Bullying campaigns can also be waged over relationship...
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