Research Paper On Bullying Thesis
Fourth Claim Paragraph
Another perspective on bullying can be found in the work of [name of author, researcher or public figure.] In [his/her/their] work, [Title], [he/she/they] write that [insert direct quote from source.]
Still another common type of bullying is called [choose one: physical, verbal, relational, damage to property, cyberbullying.] [Continue by describing the fourth type of bullying you researched. Be sure to include an example of this type of bullying.]
- Experts divide bullying into four general categories including physical, verbal, relational and damage to property.
- A fifth general category added more recently falls under the title "cyberbullying" (also called electronic bullying) and includes bullying that is perpetuated in an online environment.
- School bullying can have severe impacts on student performance and mental health.
- The most common type of bullying is verbal and includes name calling, teasing and spreading rumors or lies.
- Bullying is studied by experts in various fields including psychology, sociology and education.
Bullying Research from the Centers for Disease Control
National Conference of State Legislatures Research on School Bullying
By: Kristine Laurio & Hermina Palacios
Bullying isn’t just punching someone in the face or someone calling you names.
Bullying is a lot more than that. There are different types of bullying. Here are someexamples, physical, verbal, indirect, social alienation, and cyber bullying. Did you knowthat an estimated 200 million children and youth around the world are being bullied?
It’s true that much people are being bullied.
Physical bullying is any kind of physical contact that could hurt someone. Likepunching, pushing, kicking, hitting, and more. For example, if someone came up to youand shoved you to the ground that would be physical bullying. If someone just punchedyou in the face it would be physical bullying
. Even if someone’s poking you and youdon’t like it that’s physical bullying. Verbal bullying is name calling, making offensive remarks, or joking about someone’s
race, religion, social status, gender, or the way that they look. 46.5% of bullying ins
chools is verbal bullying. If someone made fun of the way you look that’s verbalbullying. If someone called you stupid that’s verbal bullying. Verbal aggression is when
a bully teases someone. It is also making verbal threats of violence or aggressionagainst someone's personal property.Indirect bullying is spreading rumors about someone, gossiping about it, andexcluding others from groups. Indirect bullying is 18.5% of all bullying. If you spread arumor about a girl in class just because you thought it was funny or if it was because
you didn’t like her that would be indirect bullying.
Social alienation is when a bully excludes someone from a group on purpose. It also
includes spreading rumors, or pointing out someone else’s differences. For examp
le if a
group of people didn’t want to hang out with this girl from their class because they
thought she was weird, that would be social alienation.Intimidation is when a bully threatens or intimidates someone else enough to get theperson to do what they want. For example if you told a person to give you money or