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psychology journal 1

  1. 1. Social behaviour is a term which is used to describe the general conduct exhibited by individuals within a society. It is the response to what is deemed acceptable by a person’s peer group or involves avoiding behaviour that is characterized as unacceptable. This type of human behaviour primarily determines how individuals interact with one another within a group or society. Social behaviour is divided into positive and negative. Bullying is one of the few examples of negative social behaviour. Bullying is the use of force to threat, intimidate or aggressively dominate others. This behaviour is often repeated as it becomes a habit. Bullies usually target people who are more timid and people who are not brave. These people will be hurt physically and in some unfortunate cases, they may even lose their lives. Bullies are a group of people who pick on others because they want to feel dominant. Some even do it because they feel that by bullying, they will be able to release out their anger. Thus, most bullies went through depression or are still going through depression. Not only the bullies go through depression but the victims will also be living in fear. Therefore, bullying is a form of social behaviour which should not be practiced by anyone. Children must be well taken care by their parents and must be raised properly. Negative social behaviours shouldn’t be practiced.
  2. 2. NAME : HARWINDER SINGH GIRN ID NO. : 0319881 COURSE CODE : PSY30203 TITLE: SOCIAL BEHAVIOUR JOURNAL: 1
  3. 3. An example of bullying.

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