Bullying

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HYPOTHESIS ……………………………………………………..3
¿WHAT IS BULLYING? ..............................................4
CAUSES OF BULLYING ………………………………………5
CONSEQUENCES OF BULLYING …………………………6
HOW TO PREVENT BULLYING …………………………...7
¿WHAT IS CYBERBULLYING? …………………………….9
CHARACTERISTICS OF CYBERBULLYING ………..10

CONSEQUENCES OF CYBERBULLYING …………….11

HOW TO PREVENT CYBERBULLYING ……………….12CONCLUSIONS ………………………………………………….13






HYPOTHESIS
The problem of bullying (bullying on the widespread Anglo-Saxon terminology) has been characterized until recently to be a hidden phenomenon, which despite having been around since forever in the relations between children in schools and outside them, has generated studies, thoughts or reactions or from academia or from officialauthorities.

In most advanced countries of Europe bullying began generating concern and elicit reactions from the authorities since the late 80's, being in our country a concern from a few years ago.

Throughout these two years at the network has deepened under the online conference format with the help of some analysis tools such as Delphi model, knowledge and search for educational strategiesto prevent, mitigate and stop any form of school violence. In this process attention has been paid not only to traditional forms of these disturbing phenomena, but also very special and new types of VSB, and is called cyberbullying is beginning to emerge under the cover of the new technologies provides the knowledge society and virtual technology, and our project has given special attention.¿WHAT IS BULLYING?

It is a Dutch word meaning comes from harassment. His research was Dan Olweus, who introduced in the '70s in Sweden a long-term study that would culminate in a comprehensive anti-bullying program for schools in Norway.
Formerly this word was not mentioned, but due to alarming increase in cases of persecution and attacks that are being detected in schools, leading manystudents to live truly frightening situations.
Bullying is present almost everywhere, is not exclusive to any sector of society or about sex, although this problem is seen in men.
The attacker harasses a victim when he is alone, in bathrooms, hallways, in the
dining on the patio. For this reason, teachers often do not realize.
It is a situation that if not stopped early can cause severe emotionalharm to the victim. In other parts of the world is adapting to technology resulting in the cyber bullying is, harassment on the Internet specifically on websites, blogs or emails.

TYPES OF BULLYING
* Sex: It is when there is a siege, induction or sexual abuse.
* Social Exclusion: When ignored, isolated and excludes the other.
* Verbal insults and slurs in public to expose the weak.* Psychological: In this case there is a persecution, intimidation, tyranny, extortion, manipulation and threats to the other.
* Physical: There's hitting, shoving or beating the beleaguered organization.

CAUSES OF BULLYING

* Personal: A child who acts aggressively intimidated or suffers any abuse at school or at home. Buy this behavior when it is often humiliated by adults. Feelssuperior, either because it has the support of other attackers, or because a child is beset with very little capacity to respond to aggression.

* Family: He may have aggressive attitudes as a way to express their feelings to a familiar little affected, there are situations where the absence of a parent, divorce, violence, abuse or humiliation practiced by parents and older siblings, perhapsbecause it is possibly a child who lives under constant pressure to succeed in their activities or on the contrary is a very spoiled child. All these situations can lead to aggressive behavior in children and lead to violence as teenagers.

* At school: The larger the school there is greater risk that bullying, especially if this factor is compounded by the lack of physical control, security...
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