Presentation on theme: " Bullying is a serious issue in our society, but what is bullying? Bullying is not just physical or verbal abuse, it is also psychological harassment."— Presentation transcript:
Bullying is a serious issue in our society, but what is bullying? Bullying is not just physical or verbal abuse, it is also psychological harassment. Many children are suffering from bullying in schools, being the target of bullies aggression.
Many of the victims are seriously affected emotionally and physically by the severe abuse of bullies. Consequently, the victims may suffer from depression, low self- esteem and feeling miserable and in some cases take the wrong decision of suicide.It is a wordwide problem.
Social media and mobile communication are an easier method than ever for young people to share, but people also create an environment for bullying as an inescapable and faster method than ever before.
Bullying affects both genders in different forms: Male students are forces to prove their masculinity show strong character and never seen as weak, they may be bullied leading to a miserable time in the school. Girl students are unfairly bullied for their weakness of gender.
Domination though physical power Kicking Beating up Calling the target derogatory names Forcing the target to do things he does not want to do. Being mean to the target front of others
Strong verbal abuse Manipulate social situations Excluding targets Rejecting targets from groups Gossiping about the target, intending to damage her reputation Enlisting others girls to participate in bullying of the target
“Facebook rolls out new bullying tools in conjunction with a White House bullying summit. These are being innovative in the ways in which we address safety," the networking giant wrote on its Facebook Safety page. "We hope these new resources will help all of us -- parents, teachers, kids, safety experts, and Facebook itself - - work together to create safer environments.“ that information was posted in the video CNN.Facebook Safety http://www.cnn.com/2011/TE CH/social.media/03/10/face book.bullying /
Prevention! to contribute to bullying reduction. All school personnel—students, parents, teachers, friends, principals, bus monitors, security guards, cafeteria and janitorial workers, and secretaries—can make a significant change in someone life. If you know a case of bullying, report to your teacher or parents or go to: www.stopbullying.gov www.stopbullying.gov www.theguardian.com www.theguardian.com www.kidpower.org www.kidpower.org They will help you to resolve the problem.
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