Violence in lifestyle SlovakiaPresentation Transcript
Violence in lifestyle Alena Hírešová, Patrik Repka, Ivana Hudecová and Ján Trojan
Several forms of violence: - physical abuse - psychological abuse - sexual abuse - neglect ing - bullying - system atic abuse Violence is a problem that doesn't disappear if we pretend that it doesn't exist . Do we live in a country where aggression is tolerated by part of people's behavior towards you?
I ncludes all acts of violence :
bod y injur ies
abuse of power of one partner against another.
Violence in the family affects everyday life and extends to all areas - housing, child care, physical and mental health .. .
Violence in computer games There is concern that if monitoring of violence on television and movies cause aggression in children, simulated violence will have even greater potential for harm. I ncreases the player's perception of hostility by his relatives .
Counter - Strike
The basic principle lies in the battle of two teams - Counter-Terrorism Unit and terrorists. You can choose from several types of maps which are most ly played with disposal of bombs and to set free the h ostages. Players at the end of each round receive the money depending on personal and team performance (for killing the enemy, the task), which are used to purchase weapons and equipment.
Violence in schools The main categories of violence in schools are psychologica l and physical violence. Psychological violence is happening mostly among girls. Physical violence is going on between the boys.
´Mobbing´ - p sychological abuse - is systematic, purposeful and above all to re-attack a person - is characterized by a special insidiousness because envy, hatred, jealousy, fear of competition doesn't show openly, but acorns - the term refers to a subtle dig, bullying, malicious slander and psychological terror
´ Bullying ´ - the term means a wide range of behavior of the child or children to threaten, intimidate, humiliate, or otherwise harm another child or group of children. - includes verbal humiliation, swearing and constant criticizing, mocking, coarse banter, extortion, deprivation of liberty, contempt, degradation of clothing and personal effects, physical harassment. - one or more students intentionally , repeatedly oppress and enslave classmate or classmates .