Bullying Behavior among Teenagers

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CHAPTER I
THE PROBLEM AND ITS SETTING
Teenagers of today may experience Bullying in many different situations. Whether it happens in the hallway or online, such behavior can create unfriendly learning environments that interfere with students, academic performance, and emotional and physical well-being. Bullying behavior is threatening, intimidation and occurs repeatedly over time with the intent to cause harm.

Bullying behavior can have negative consequences for both the bully and the victim. Children who bully are more likely to engage in other criminal and anti- social behaviors, such as Fighting, Vandalism, Dropping out of School, Smoking, Stealing and Alcohol or Drug Abuse. Harassment is motivated by real or perceive characteristics, such as, gender, religion, and sexual orientation, physical ability, mental ability. Students may feel afraid of walking alone on the neither hallways nor feel unwanted by the other students. They may lose their self-confidence and .

Being bullied is not a fun experience for anyone. Prevention is possible with more understanding and education. By learning some of the facts bullying, surrounding hopefully you will be better prepared to handle a situation that you might be faced with. They must be knowledgeable and teach their children how to cope with a bully for this terrible situation to stop; it is going to take a combine effort on the part of many people. Healthy family relationships will go a long way towards ending this crisis in our society. Everyone deserves to feel safe and not be abused by anyone. I hope each and every one of us can be a part of making this come true

Statement of the Problem
This study probed on the preferred assessment ot the effectiveness of anti bullying act on junior students of Maryhill College at the school year of Sy:2012 - 2013.
Specifically, this study attempted to answer the following question: 1. What is the role of young people or students in preventing and...
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