Assignment 3

Bullied-Victims, and Bullied-Suspect Health Profile in School

by Syahrbanu

College of Languages and Communication Science of Unissula

 It was once said “You cannot have a bullies without a victims” (Anonymous). “School violence, and especially bullying, is a very serious and visible problem in many schools, and it becomes particularly problematic during early adolescence, when youngstersare in middle school” ( Sexias, et al 54). School where the children some educating for their self, including girls and boys of all ages, size and backgound to know each others.  Bullying affects an important number of students in school today. Following the concept of  health defended by the World Health Organization (WHO), which focuses on physical, mental and social well-being, in this paper we will present some results of a study concerning the relation between involvement in bullying and some health behaviors (self-esteem, mental health, psychosomatic symptoms and substance use). There are 2 main kind of bullying. I can classfiy these are bullied victims and bullied suspects in school.


Bullied victims are more likely than others to be victimized because they appear small,weak, and different from their other friends. “ There really is no difference between the bullie and the victims”. They are the same, everything that bullied victims sometimes funny indeed awkward. Students who are being bullied-victims often show sign of ; anxiety, loneliness, depression, alcohol and drug abuse, and suicide” (Anonymous). They are lonely, undrestimate, feeling unuseful to alive just because they are different than their others. Sometimes, they are afraid to go to school every morning.


”You cannot sit with us!” (Bullied Suspect). That word can explain how they think that they are perfect and always “brighter” that others. Some bullied-suspect are the victims too, because Bullied suspects have bad past that it is makes them getting naughty to bully which is different than them, so they are avenge their reverenge to their friends that are different than them. But, “bullies, victims, and not involved children may differ in their levels of self-esteem” (




Sexias, et al 69). Suspects usually have higher levels of self-esteem than the other, whereas bullies tend to have comparable levels to not involved children.


In general, students not involved in bullying behaviors are closer to the mean (0.00), having

a lower deviation compared to any of the remaining groups involved in bullying behaviors

(bullies, victims, and bully-victims). However, this group does not stand out on any of the considered variables, though they manifest a greater frequency of dizziness, sleeping problems,

backache, and stomachache, facts of no statistical significance. Compared to the other groups, their substance use can be considered as average.


Bullies and victims were statistically differentiated in relation to confidence in themselves. It seems that being aggressive is related to feeling more confident in oneself, less rejected and less incapable. The highest risk of feeling rejected was seen among students who were bullied.

Generally, victims show poorer social and emotional adjustment, greater difficulties in making friends, poorer social relations with peers and more feelings of loneliness.


Finally, it is important to show that some adolescents’ health behaviors contribute to a health profile exclusively associated with bullying behaviors. The aim here was not concerned with adolescents’ health behaviors in general, but rather with a health profile of youngsters who are involved in bullying behaviors at school. Whoever someone is we have to love them as we love ourself, because as soon as possible you will need them. No bullying no Rasism!.












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