bullying

school violence

school violence

Bullying (also known as bullying, school bullying, school bullying, school bullying or English bullying) is any form of physical psychological abuse, verbal or produced between school repeatedly over a given time in the classroom , and through social networks, with the specific name of cyberbullying. Statistically, the dominant type of violence is emotional and occurs mainly in the classroom and playground schools. The protagonists of cases of bullying are often children in the process of entry into adolescence, being slightly higher percentage of girls in the profile of victims.


Bullying is a kind of torture, methodically and systematically, in which the aggressor join the victim, often with silence, indifference or complicity of other compañeros.1


This type of school violence is characterized therefore by a reiteration aimed at achieving intimidation of the victim, involving abuse of power as it is exercised by a stronger aggressor (whether real or perceived strength subjectively) than that . The mistreated subject is thus exposed physically and emotionally abusive to the subject, generating as a result a series of psychological consequences (although these are not part of diagnosis); it is common for the living harassed terrified with the idea of ​​attending school and they show very nervous, sad and lonely in their daily lives. In some cases, the severity of the situation can lead to thoughts of suicide and even their realization, own consequences of harassment of people with no age limit.


They tend to be more prone to bullying children who have functional diversity, among which can be counted as Down syndrome, autism, Asperger's syndrome, etc.2

Types of bullying

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Types of bullying

  • social lock (23,3%)
  • harassment (20,9%)
  • handling (19,9%)
  • coercions (17,4%)
  • social exclusion (16,0%)
  • intimidation (14,2%)
  • attacks (13,0%)
  • threats (9,1%)

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