BULLYING IS LIKE SMOKING,
European Solidarity Corps PROJECT
The following lines are an Essay generated by one
from our meetings, in which we reached a great depth of analysis and only analysis. The discussion is a part from the project financed by the European Solidarity Corps - "Bullying is like smoking - it kills"
Bullying happens everywhere, and the likelihood of encountering it is high. Bullying is all over the world big, especially in schools and online in cyberspace.Because bullying is talked about in all schools, and the media regularly reports on the latter research, it may seem like we are a bullying epidemic. Social media, the employment of parents, the impotence of teachers and the disengagement of peers only intensify this epidemic:
Children who were often bullied by their peers are more likely to develop psychotic symptoms in their early adolescence, according to the results of a British study.
Girls are much more likely than boys to be victims of both cyberbullying and traditional bullying, says a recent international study
Young people who engage in cyberbullying have a one in one chance of having a criminal record by the age of 30.
Bullying is the fourth most common reason young people seek help from child welfare services