Types of Bullying Behavior

742 WordsFeb 22, 20183 Pages
How many of you know someone that has been a victim of bullying? or have been victims of a bully? Statistically schools students have a one in seven chance of being on the receiving end of a bullies rage (NBNBD). In the United States, there is an estimated 160,000 children miss school every day due to fear of attack or intimidation by other students (NEA), but what are the contributing factors in school violence? What and why do bullies to want to inflict pain on someone? We need to find the many sociological factors in a bully that causes them to do harm to others and contribute to violence in schools. Today many of our U.S public schools and campuses face the same problem, the violence on their school grounds. There is wide variety of contributors to this problem schools are facing and bullying is the main issue. School violence consists of the following types of bullying behavior physical, verbal, and cyber. A few factors that I believe to be the main contribute to violence in schools. The first factor is physical abuse; physical abuse is any intentional and unwanted contact with you or something close to your body (Google). If someone were to do something to you like pat you on the butt, or make you do sexual acts that you are against, also damage to or taking someone else’s belongings may also constitute as physical bullying. Unwanted physical bulling does not only come from peers but from anyone that makes you
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