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Development. Bullying[1]

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  • 1. Adolescent Bullying
    Charlie Ann Osborn
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    Osborn-Adolescent / Bullying
  • 2. Where are adolescents at in their development?
    “Who am I and where am I going?”
    Erikson- Identity Vs. Role Confusion
    Freud- Early Genital
    Adolescents must establish basic identities or they will be confused about what roles they must play in the future
    At school and with peers-either conform to what is “cool” or be rejected
    Hormones going crazy / Puberty
    2
    Osborn-Adolescent / Bullying
  • 3. What is bullying? Types of bullying…
    Verbal (Threats, Name-calling, Belittling)
    Physical (Beating, Weapons, Pushing)
    Indirect (Rumors, Graffiti , Stares)
    Cyber (E-mail, Facebook, MySpace, Websites, Chat-rooms, Instant-messaging)
    Cell phones (Voicemail, Text Messages, Phone calls, Picture Texts)
    3
    Osborn-Adolescent / Bullying
  • 4. Hatefulness among adolescent females as portrayed by Hollywood in Mean Girls
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    Osborn-Adolescent / Bullying
  • 5. Effects on Victims
    Feelings of anger (possibly take it out on someone else?)
    Being worried/stressed/scared (anxiety)
    Feeling alone, worthless, disliked, depressed, rejected
    Feelings of being exposed, used, violated, or dirty
    Physical pain
    Long-term emotional effects
    Suicidal thoughts or acts
    Bystander / Bully and Victim
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    Osborn-Adolescent / Bullying
  • 6. Bullying can result in Death and Suicide
    Phoebe Prince committed suicide January 14 as a result of cyber and traditional bullying.
    Conclusion: bullying can hinder development and may even lead to suicidal ideation.
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    Osborn-Adolescent / Bullying
  • 7. New show called If You Really Knew Me
    Reality series that goes into real high schools and tries to breakdown stereotypes and subcultures through exercises and unite students
    Students usually are more aware of other students feelings and situations by end of program and make a pact not to pick on others and to be more open to all
    Viewers are moved and show could possibly instill a shared value among viewers to be responsive to bullying instead of being bystanders, or to not bully
    7
    Osborn-Adolescent / Bullying
    Could MTV be spreading awareness ?
  • 8. The End
    None of the actors in the pictures were harmed during the making of this presentation.
    For more information or sources see handout on blackboard.
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    Osborn-Adolescent / Bullying