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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 

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anti bullying summit 2011

Anti-Bullying Summit 2011

Maurissa Sorensen

Valerie Casillas

Casey Moroney

Rose Householder

why study bullying

Why study bullying ?

Higher Prevalence Rates in the U.S. than in Other Countries--Why?

Who Does Research Benefit?

stability and consistency of bully victims over time

Bullies (>60%) and Victims (13%) remain in roles 

  • Bully-victims and bystanders seem to stay the most consistent over numerous periods of time.

Stability and consistency of bully-victims (over time)

Bullies

Victims

Bully-Victims

Bystanders

stability and consistency of bully victims across settings

Stability and consistency of bully-victims(across settings)

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?

bullying does no t end in high school

Bullying does not end in high school

College victims are bullied by teachers and students

Leads to higher rates of:

school avoidance

levels of anxiety

suicidal ideation

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

who is a bully characteristic factors

Who is a Bully? Characteristic Factors

POORER ACADEMIC SKILLS AND GRADES?

COMING FROM AGGRESSIVE HOMES?

INCONSISTENT AND NON EFFECTIVE DISCIPLINE?

LOW SELF-ESTEEM

lgbt bullying vs race class

LGBT BULLYING vs. RACE/CLASS

BOYS BEING CALLED GAY EXPERIENCED MORE “PSYCHOLOGICAL DISTRESS”

COMPARED TO OTHERS WHO ALSO SUFFERED FROM OTHER FORMS OF BULLYING

lgbt bullying vs race class1

LGBT BULLYING vs. RACE/CLASS

BULLIES ATTACKING LGBT STUDENTS= MORE PHYSICALLY VIOLENCE

THEY DON’T WANT TO APPEAR TO BE “GAY”

what happens to the victims

What Happens to the Victims?

suffer from depression in adulthood

School Truancy

increased risk in suicidal ideation.

lgbt and not lgbt victims

Not LGBT

LGBT and Not LGBT Victims?

  • Common problems were poor academics
  • Boys who are bullied, and called “gay”, reported
  • The terms “man enough”, “real boy” led.
  • Perpetrators of “gay males”were given the “boys will be boys” defense
  • Anyone can be bulllied
  • Victims who were bullied for reasons other than being called “gay”
  • Reasons for this population experiencing bullying differently varied
  • These victims showed a higher attendance rate than LGBT youth.

LGBT

victims and suicide

Suicide rates among youth are on the rise

  • Empirical research has shown that bullying is a risk factor for suicide
  • Mass media attention has increased

Victims and Suicide

cyber bullying an epidemic

Cyber Bullying an epidemic!

Dangers of cyber bullying?

Constant harassment

Anonymity

How Bullying leads to Gun Violence?

Gay baiting

Not all victims internalize feelings

bystanders make a difference
Bystanders Make a Difference!

“BYSTANDER BEHAVIOR MODERATES A CHILDS' VULNERABILITY TO VICTIMIZATION.”

diffusion of responsibility
Diffusion of Responsibility

“THE MORE BYSTANDERS THERE ARE DURING AN EMERGENCY, THE LESS LIKELY IT IS THAT ANY ONE BYSTANDER WILL INTERVENE TO PROVIDE AID.”

sexual violence

It is a form of assault, a form

of abuse, and a form of

bullying!

Sexual Violence
within a study done on reducing sexual violence on campus
Within a Study Done On Reducing Sexual Violence On Campus:

“STUDENT LEADERS NOTED BECOMING MORE AWARE THAT THEY COULD DO SOMETHING AND MAKE A DIFFERENCE (FOR THE VICTIM)…”

possible bystander reactions to bullying
Possible Bystander Reactions To Bullying:
  • Pressuring the bully into bullying
  • 2nd party victim of bullying
  • Lack of involvement
  • Learned response
  • Insensitive to bullying