Cyberbullying: Going Beyond Traditional Bullying By Terry Sereda Traditional bullying usually occurs in social interactions such that the perpetrator and the target are face-to-face (Faucher, p.2). This allows for the perpetrator to see their target and the effects of
Bullying and its Relationship to Suicidal Ideation or Behaviours It has been reported that there were 12 suicide deaths for every 100,000 people in the United States in 2010 (Nielsen et.al., p.e23). As such, it is understandable why this is
Bystanders – Are they really the answer? The following article is in regards to the phenomenon of bullying in schools. Bullying seems to occur in the presence of peers (fellow students) (Padget, 2013, p.33) and bullies perpetrate their attacks when
Grateful for Mrs. Campbell (Calgary, Alberta) My Mom is helping me write this letter. We read a lot about people that don’t stand up for people who are being bullied. I want to tell my story about my teacher Mrs.
The Other Forms of Bullying in Schools – Teacher Bullying The most studied form of bullying in schools is student-to-student bullying (alternatively called peer or lateral bullying). There are at least two other forms of bullying in schools: (i) teacher-targeted
Dear Addie Two Male Teachers (Ontario) I am in a school from kindergarten to grade 12. We are in a small town. I was in grade 6 when I noticed that our science and social studies teachers, both males, stand in
The Other Forms of Bullying in Schools – Teacher-Targeted Bullying The most studied form of bullying in schools is student-to-student bullying (alternatively called peer or lateral bullying). There are at least two other forms of bullying in schools: (i) teacher-targeted
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