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What is bullying?

Kids and pupils have always been teasing and huffing each other. Not every verbal or non verbal aggression is considered bullying though.

We call it bullying when:

  • Kids are harasse...

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No Blame Approach

No Blame Approach

by Barbara Maines

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Cyber bullying - a new phenomenon

Contrary to normal bullying is cyberbullying a new phenomenon and foremost it can be performed 24/7 and even outside of the school yard.

As there is no direct contact between...

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For spotting a bullying case we need to focus on certain actions, signals and sources of information.

  1. Actions: physical attacks, non physical attacks, social blaming, va...

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In the case of bullying, you can define 6 different typical roles in addition to those affected

1. Bullies

2. Assistants

3. Amplifier

5. Defender

6. Spectators

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Bullying one person can increase cohesion in the rest of the class, just like clarifying identity in a group. In addition, the bullied person serves as a lightning rod for displeasure and pro...

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There are a number of mechanisms of action that enable the interaction of different people in the bullying system and even help to reinforce it. These factors are to blame: assignment, fear and thr...

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The no blame approach was conceived in England

In the early 1990s, the two authors were brought in on a special case of bullying and developed a 7-point plan. This has proven to be successful. In the years that followed, the concept was further...

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