Personal Response Bullying


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  • Parents need to be protectors, they also need to teach their children social survival skills. Whether your child is a target or a bully, as a parent you must keep your own emotions in check. As a parent, you should not depend on school programs for such training. To prevent your child from becoming a bully, teach and demonstrate compassion by treating others with respect and dignity.As a way of helping everyone especially the parents, who still find it quite hard to manage issues like this, I found this great application which featured a safety app which gets me connected to a Safety Network or escalate my call to the nearest 911 when needed, it has other cool features that are helpful for your kids with just a press of a Panic Button. #SafekidZone, Check it here:
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Personal Response Bullying

  1. 1. James Eddisford<br />Issues – A Personal ResponseBullying<br />
  2. 2. Anti-bullying advert too shocking for TV<br />Beat Bullying’s hard-hitting campaign dedicated to young<br /> victims of cyber bullying launches in memory of Megan Gillan.<br /><br />This well know anti-bullying advert was stopped from beings aired on TV as it was believed to be <br />To shocking to be viewed. There are many more bulling adverts that are able to be aired but do not get the same<br />Point across better than the adverts that have the harshest effect on the viewers.<br />
  3. 3. Below I have provided some more screen shots from the advert:<br />Close up of the girl as she threads the needle <br />At the end of the video the link has been provided<br />
  4. 4. Bullying UK has a large number of friends who raise funds and carry out research. The charity is run by a board of three trustees and we currently have two paid employees. <br />This campaign provides the option<br />To support and help their foundation <br />In many different ways.<br />Such as the ones above. <br />The various different ways <br />and types on bulling for advice to be given on. <br />
  5. 5. Anti-Bullying Week 2009<br />A safe life.  A happy environment.  Where our children and young people can grow, learn and play.  That&apos;s what we seek.  That&apos;s why we&apos;re here.<br />Founded in 2002 by NSPCC and National Children&apos;s Bureau, the Anti-Bullying Alliance (ABA) brings together over 60 organisations into one network.  We look to develop a consensus around how to stop and prevent bullying.  We aim to influence policy.  And we work to develop and disseminate best practice.<br />Our members come from the voluntary, statutory and private sectors and bring with them a wealth of expertise and experience.  Together, we&apos;re working to end fear, working to bring hope to thousands of children and young people affected by bullying every year.<br />
  6. 6. The text on these posters read:<br />MOBBINGHARASSMENTBULLYING<br />To learn more about mobbing and what you can do to protect yourself, your co-workers, your employees, or your company, visit<br />Whatever you call it – it hurts.<br />Workplace bullies hurt everyone.<br />Bullies attack the best and brightest employees,eroding their self-esteem and dignity.They demoralize the departments they work in,and undermine creativity and joy.<br />Below are two posters which are based on the topic of bullying <br />But this is not a poster aimed at children. The posters are aimed at the areas <br />Of adult work.<br />They jeopardize their employers reputation, and put them at risk of liability.They disrupt service to customers, and diminish value to shareholders.The serious consequences of mobbing are very real and hurt us all.It is time to say, “Enough is Enough!”.<br />The poster as a whole is dark/dull this is visually<br /> showing that the subject of bulling is a strong issues <br />
  7. 7. The photo is focused fully on the main <br />area of the picture and the other section is <br />Blurred/faded, This gives as sense of distance <br />Photograph:<br />In the background of the picture it shows two other children socialising with each other whereas the main<br />Section of the photo shows her alone and hunched into a ball, this could show that she is alone <br />