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CHYS2P35: Guest Lecture on Bullying

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Child and Youth Studies
Ayda Tekok- Kilic

CHYS2P35 Adaptive and Maladaptive Bullying: A Cost/Benefit Approach to Intervention Zopito Marini  Heterogeneity of bullying o Subtypes  Bully/Victims  Interventions o Costs vs benefits o The 2 R’s  Parental & discipline based School bullying = failure to related in a civil manner to eachother  Using or abusing power – repeated and systematic use and abuse of power  Bullying is a subset of aggression o Repeated nature of it – does most of the damage o Systematic – ritualistic  Age, size, strength, popularity, cyber  Amanda Todd video – language that she uses is powerful – example of what could happen from bullying  Bullying is like an iceberg – what we see is just the tip, most of it is under the surface Multidimensional Bullying Identification Model  What form does bullying take place?  Usually start with direct, then realize the punishment aspect and turn to indirect because they think they can get in less trouble for it  Function – motivation – why do people bully?  Direct o What we see face to face o Usually the victim and the victimizer are using the same space (hitting, swearing, name calling, punching, physical)  Indirect o Everything that happens behind peoples backs – we don’t see it (cyber) o Gossiping, relational aggression, cyber bullying, exclusion  Reactive o Bullying that’s done because someone does something but you cant do anything about it o Someone does something to you, so you have no choice but to react  Proactive o Bully people with no hostility, they have a goal to achieve – usually to build social status  Words can be more damaging than physical harm Indirect: Cyber Bullying  Included in the Ontario safe schools act (bill 212)  Emailing  Web posting (Facebook, websites)  Text messaging Dual Involvement: Bully/Victims  Anxiety  Anger  Makes for a bad combination  The person who is the most mismanaged  One third of the kids that are involved in bullying are kids that could be put into this group  Unpredictability Root causes  Temperament  Early personality traits o Refers to long-lasting individual differences in disposition o Older Classification  Easy  Difficult  Slow-to-warm-up o Newer Classification  Effortful Control  Inhbitory control – resisting temptations  Surgency  Low fear  Affiliativeness  (Empathy)  Negative Effect  Frustration  ED & CU  CU  low fear, high approach (dominance), low affiliation (empathy)  Proactive (instrumental) aggression  psychopathy
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