:red_cross: Factors on Bullying :red_cross:
on Bullying :red_cross:
Sexual Orientations and Beliefs (LGBTQ)
Prejudice against lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender youth is as pervasive online as it is in the physical world
Members of the LGBT community are twice as likely to commit suicide due to cyberbullying as heterosexuals.
Those who support LGBT also are often being bullied for their supportment toward something "hateful"
Indigenous children are six times more likely than non-Indigenous children to be the victim of substantial abuse or neglect and eight times more likely to be involved with the statutory child protection system than non-Indigenous children.
According to the Cyberbullying Research Center girls are more likely than boys to experience cyberbullying.
Difference of income levels between households
Those who have a higher income levels in their own household are likely to inferiorize those who are from the lower income households
Those being perceived as "
Those who are perceived as weak are often dominized or being submissive to those who are stronger
Religion & Racial Differences
Minorities in Religion & Race are often bullied because of their differences in beliefs and way of living
being a bully
Lack of attention from parents due to being busy might get their children into isolation and frustration
Problems such as divorced parents and low income levels
Lack of warmth
Lack of warmth and loving and instead given tension and pressure from parents as they gave high expectations to individuals
Lack of tolerence
Individuals that are highly critical about others
Lack of Self-Esteem
Making others to feel low of themselves to make themselves(the bully) feel good
Lower Threshold for frustrations
Transform low threshold of frustration into bullying
Lack of Empathy
Have not learned to put themselves in other's situation cause them to have lack of empathy
Need to exhibit strength
need to put on a display of physical strength over another is an attempt to gain control by making the other party feel weak and/or powerless.
Attempts At Isolating Their Peers.
Children prone to bullying often attempt to target and then isolate a person or group of peer
Children who show signs of physical aggression in an attempt to deal with frustrating or disappointing circumstances often become bullies.
Subjection to Bullying
Those who have been victimized channels out their pain & anger by bulliying others ( the list could go on and on)
Those who are failing in schools get frustrated. Thus,bullies other to feel better
Having friends who bullies can influence individuals to start bullying others as well
Media and Social influences
Tv shows showing bullying stunt as something comedic and not serious causes people who watch thinking it is okay to bully and it is just a small matter