Anti-Bullying Summit 2011. Maurissa Sorensen Valerie Casillas Casey Moroney Rose Householder . Why study bullying ?. Higher Prevalence Rates in the U.S. than in Other Countries--Why? Who Does Research Benefit? . Bullies (>60%) and Victims (13%) remain in roles
Higher Prevalence Rates in the U.S. than in Other Countries--Why?
Who Does Research Benefit?
Across settings and the dominance theory
How does stability look for different/same for both genders?
How does this effect bullies?
How does this effect victims?
Do you mean “effect” or affect?
College victims are bullied by teachers and students
Leads to higher rates of:
levels of anxiety
Witnessed A Teacher Bullying A Student
Bullied By Another Student Occasionally and Frequently
Bullied By A Teacher Occasionally and Frequently
Observed A Student Being Bullied By Another Student
POORER ACADEMIC SKILLS AND GRADES?
COMING FROM AGGRESSIVE HOMES?
INCONSISTENT AND NON EFFECTIVE DISCIPLINE?
BOYS BEING CALLED GAY EXPERIENCED MORE “PSYCHOLOGICAL DISTRESS”
COMPARED TO OTHERS WHO ALSO SUFFERED FROM OTHER FORMS OF BULLYING
BULLIES ATTACKING LGBT STUDENTS= MORE PHYSICALLY VIOLENCE
THEY DON’T WANT TO APPEAR TO BE “GAY”
suffer from depression in adulthood
increased risk in suicidal ideation.
Dangers of cyber bullying?
How Bullying leads to Gun Violence?
Not all victims internalize feelings
“BYSTANDER BEHAVIOR MODERATES A CHILDS' VULNERABILITY TO VICTIMIZATION.”
“THE MORE BYSTANDERS THERE ARE DURING AN EMERGENCY, THE LESS LIKELY IT IS THAT ANY ONE BYSTANDER WILL INTERVENE TO PROVIDE AID.”
“STUDENT LEADERS NOTED BECOMING MORE AWARE THAT THEY COULD DO SOMETHING AND MAKE A DIFFERENCE (FOR THE VICTIM)…”