Anti-Social Behavior Due to Bullys!
By:Erynn Cannon, Ethan Thomson, Carter Joyce
Is there a link between childhood bullying and anti-social behavior later in life?
Recognize and Respond
Bullying and intolerance manifest as verbal, written or physical acts that harm another person.
Educate students, parents and staff about taking bullying seriously and how to recognize it. Make an action plan to respond swiftly to incidents and daily teasing.
Identify and monitor places where most bullying happens (e.g., on the way to and from school, in the cafeteria, and on the school yard.)
Create opportunities for open dialogue with youth about bullying and intolerance. Let students lead through peer-to-peer action.
Provide opportunities for students to share their feelings, problems or ideas.
Get students involved in organizing anti-bullying forums where they resolve problems.
Encourage Bystanders to Become "Upstanders"
Upstanders are people who stand up for themselves and others.
Model ways for young people to intervene and speak up. Practice withrole-playing.
Help youth develop effective phrases to reject negative comments or social media posts.
Have older students help younger students learn to speak up.
Foster Safety and Inclusion
Foster identify safe and welcoming environments that promote inclusion and acceptance, places where students feel everyone is respected and their identity is valued.
Connect with young people and create the trust that will help them come forward if they are being bullied.
Listen to them, pay attention and offer support when students are upset or sad.
Educate Your Community
Partner with others to take joint action in educating students, teachers and parents about bullying in your school and community.
Create a coalition of elected, school and civic community leaders to sign a school-wide pledge to say No Bullying: Not In Our School/Not In Our Town.
The beginning of Antisocial behavior.
Symptoms of ASD
Ways to prevent bullying at east
1. Anybody who is caught in the act of bullying will be punished in the act they were commenting in they form of pain and terror.
2. Every time the student repeats the offense, they will experience the pain and terror on a higher degree, until they are a obidient little student.
“Antisocial personality disorder is a type of chronic mental condition in which a person's ways of thinking, perceiving situations and relating to others are dysfunctional — and destructive. People with antisocial personality disorder typically have no regard for right and wrong and often disregard the rights, wishes and feelings of others.Those with antisocial personality disorder tend to antagonize, manipulate or treat others either harshly or with callous indifference. They may often violate the law, landing in frequent trouble, yet they show no guilt or remorse. They may lie, behave violently or impulsively, and have problems with drug and alcohol use. These characteristics typically make people with antisocial personality disorder unable to fulfill responsibilities related to family, work or school.”(Mayo Clinic Staff)
According to the study, adults with a history of bullying were 10 times more likely to lie than those with no bullying history. They were also six times more likely to get in a fight and two-and-a-half times more likely to harass or threaten someone than those with no bullying history.
The study also indicates conduct disorder as a childhood precursor of adult anti-social behavior.
- Victims are six times more likely to get into fights with family members and spouse.
- Bullies are eleven times more likely to have conducted a disorder that non-bullies.
- 2 1/2 times more likely to harass or threaten some one.
- Bullies are probably anti-social anyway.
- When you get into personality disorders, you will see that there almost an eight times difference.