THE REFLECTION OF BULLYING IN SCHOOLS ON CHILDREN (A Social Field Study in the City of Mosul)
College Of Basic Education Research Journal,
2020, Volume 16, Issue 3, Pages 154-178
AbstractBullying is defined as a form of violence, an offence or an intimating done by an individual or a group of people towards a person having a less strength through many physical, psychological or verbal violent methods. The phenomenon of bullying has spread widely in the schools due to many reasons leading to violence against children. Bullying has witnessed new invented methods to be used by the students in their violent behavior. The society and the families still ignore bullying. In fact, some families encourage their children to act like a bullying child or to antagonize others regarding that as a sign of success.
The value of this study lies in the exploration of the bullying's types acted in the schools which are ascribed to potential reasons causing many problems to the children in the school.
Owing to divorce, breaking and negligence in the families, the child falls in the mistake of acting violently that causes a very low level of education. The weakness of the administration in the school may lead the child to steal the others' homework or to feel jealous from the succeeded pupils.
Studies show that psychological factors affect directly or indirectly on the bullying in the schools. The absence of the parents' role, the teachers or the stability of family makes the child in need to fighting with the colleagues as a way to be relaxed.
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