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Types of Bullying

Understanding Bullying
Understanding Bullying

Types of Bullying

Verbal Bullying

Traditional Bullying

When an individual is hurt or shamed through the use of words.

Examples: malicious teasing, insulting, ridiculing, intimidating or threatening someone else.

Relational Bullying

Traditional Bullying

Relational bullying is an indirect form of bullying that causes harm to a person by damaging friendships and feelings of group acceptance.

Examples: spread rumours or gossip to damage someone’s reputation, manipulate friendships to blackmail the one who was bullied, or purposefully exclude the one who was bullied from group activities.

Physical Bullying

Traditional Bullying

Physical bullying occurs when deliberate physical aggression is used against an individual, or on his or her belongings.

Examples: hitting, punching, kicking, hair pulling, or taking away/ destroying the one who was bullied’s belongings.

Cyberbullying

Cyberbullying is bullying carried out through electronic means.

Examples: sending cruel text messages and emails to the one who was bullied, or post embarrassing images or videos on their social media accounts.

Would these incidents still be considered as bullying if the targeted do not identify themselves as victims and generally seems unaffected?

The answer appears to be ‘yes’, because, all bullying-related experiences are related to poorer mental health and should be addressed. It should be highlighted that children who adopt the victim label tend to report the most psychological and social difficulties.

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