Bullying Research Project

By: Peyton White

What Is Bullying 

Bullying is an unwanted aggression behavior among school aged children that involves a real or perceived power imbalanced.  The behavior is typically repeated again.



www.stopbullying.gov

The Effects Bullying Has 

Bulling can effect everyone those who bully, and hose who witness bullying.  Bullying is linked to many negative outcomes including impacts on mental health and substance use.  It is important to talk to determine of if something else is a concern.  



www.stopbullying.gov    

Forms Of Bullying

* Cyber 

*Verbal

*Physical

Cyber Verbal And Physical are the three types of bullying.




           

           

Cyber Bullying

Cyber bullying is bullying that takes place using electronic technology.  twenty five percent of adolescents and teens have been bullied through cyber bullying.




www.stopbullying.org 

Verbal Bullying

One fourth of people have been bullied verbally.  Verbal bullying is using words in a negative way.




www.stopbullying.org  

Physical Bullying

Physical bullying is any bullying is any bullying that hurts someone of damages their body.  one half of people are bullied physically. 



www.stopbullying.com

The Media 

Media coverage of social issues has a profound impact on how communities understand and how problems are handled. 




www.stopbullying.org


 Research

Research and and expert opinion  suggest that certain trends in media have a potential to do harm.





www.stopbullying.org

Why do people bully?

* By being popular

* By being jealous

* Family Problems

Why People Bully Continued...

* Being bullied themselves 

* Being selfish
* Felling Insecure 

Early Development

Bullying can develop early in classrooms.   

At the ages of two -  four.




www.stopbullying.org


Accurance 

Children themselves view bullying as an important problem. Mainly at school. More 8-15 year olds named teasing as a big problem. 



www.health.gov 

Who Is Likely Have Bullying Problems

Children who lack social problem solving skills are more likely to be bullied themselves.



WWW.apa.org

Who Is Likely to Become a Bully

Those who are having academic problems are more likely to become a bully themselves.



WWW.apa.org 

How to stop bullying 

* Stand up for those who are bullied. Bullies often want an audience and approval.

* Take action into your own hands

* Speak up 

*Think outside the box.

girlshealth.gov

Create a presentation like this one
Share it on social medias
Share it on your own
Share it on social medias
Share it on your own

How to export your presentation

Please use Google Chrome to obtain the best export results.


How to export your presentation

Bullying Project

by pcwhite

8 views

Public - 9/16/16, 1:46 PM