PREJUDICIAL
BULLYING




PREJUDICIAL BULLYING

3 TYPES OF PREJUDICIAL BULLYING

PREJUDICIAL BULLYING LINKS



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PREJUDICIAL
BULLYING




What is prejudicial bullying:

Based on bullying people different races, religions or even sexual
orientation. this type of passes all the other types of bullying
because of how wrong it id to bully people because of their race,
religion and sexual orientation, there have been wars started on
this type bullying. bullies target others who are different from
them and singling them out. it is important any time a child is
bullied for his race, religion or sexual orientation, it should
be reported.



Signs of prejudicial bullying:

Students start avoiding people and not wanting to go to school,
skipping classes. doesn't seem like their usual self and doesn't
speak their mind as well.



Effects of prejudicial bullying:

The effects of this prejudicial bullying is that it destroy their
dignity of an individual and their confidences. it causes stress,
anxiety disorders, panic attacks, mental deceases and sometimes
even suicide and self harm.



How to stop prejudicial bullying:

To stop prejudicial bullying you need to report it as soon as
you see it.



Prejudicial Bullying
https://stop-bullying-anti-bullying.weebly.com/prejudicial-bullying.html



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3 TYPES
OF
PREJUDICIAL
BULLYING




Bullying


Children and young people can experience bullying for a variety of
reasons. But when it comes to prejudicial bullying, bullies are
focused on the color of a personís skin, their religious practices
and even their sexual orientation.

Typically, prejudicial bullying is based on stereotypes and prejudices
kids have toward people who are different from them. This type of
bullying can encompass all the other types of bullying as well. For
instance, victims of prejudicial bullying may experience cyberbullying,
verbal bullying, relational aggression, physical bullying and sometimes
even sexual bullying.

Prejudicial bullying arises from a misguided or learned belief that certain
groups of people deserve to be treated differently or with less respect.
When prejudicial bullying occurs, kids are targeting others who are different
from them and singling them out. Often times, this type of bullying is severe
and can open the door to hate crimes. Anytime a child is bullied because of
race, religion or sexual orientation it should be reported. Do not ignore the
bullying or hope it will end. There is too much risk that it will escalate.
Be sure to address it right away.


Here is an overview of the three
types of prejudicial bullying.



Racist Bullying

Although this country has made some strides in race relations, racism still
exists. Consequently, racist bullying is still an issue in schools. Racist
bullying singles out people because of skin color, race or ethnic background.
Some children are bullied because they are African-American, Chinese, Jewish,
Italian or Spanish. Even Caucasian children can be bullied for being white.

When racist bullying occurs, children are taunted by peers, called names or
excluded from the group because of hatred, fear or lack of understanding. In
some instances, racist bullying may cause children to be embarrassed of their
skin color or ethnic background. To counteract the messages of a racist bully,
find ways to help kids feel good about their heritage. And be sure to report
all racist bullying. Too many times, racist bullying can escalate into a hate
crime.



Religious Bullying

Lack of knowledge and understanding about the traditions, beliefs and etiquette
of different faiths can lead to religious bullying. In general, bullies target
others because they are different. As a result, kids are taunted and teased about
their religious beliefs.

After 9/11, students with Muslim beliefs often became targets for bullying. People
assumed that because the terrorists claimed to be Muslim that all Muslims were then
terrorists. This type of belief comes from fear and a lack of understanding of what
it truly means to be Muslim. And it is unfair to Muslim students.

It is important to note that Muslims students are not the only students that
experience religious bullying. Even some students that belong to Christian
religions may be ridiculed for studying the Bible and believing in Jesus. In
fact, Christianity is considered a crime in some countries. Keep in mind that
anyone can be bullied because of their religious beliefs. People also are
bullied because they are Jewish, Catholic and Hindu. Even those that are
atheists can be bullied for not believing in God.

Many times, religious bullying results because of preconceived ideas or a lack
of understanding about the differences between religions. These differences can
include everything from beliefs, fasting and prayer practices to the type of
clothing they wear. Bullies point to these differences as a reason to harass
and target the victim.



LGBT Bullying

LGBT bullying, or anti-gay bullying, refers to being physically or verbally
harassed, because of a personís sexual orientation or gender identity. LGBT
bullying also can include name-calling, sexual bullying and cyberbullying.
This type of bullying affects people in LGBT community as well as those who
are perceived to be.

In other words, kids do not have to be gay to experience LGBT bullying. In
fact, sometimes kids are taunted and called names simply because of the way
they act or dress. Meanwhile, other teens are bullied for being lesbians,
homosexuals, bisexuals and transgender. They are treated like outcasts and
often ostracized from groups. They endure comments and sometimes even violence.

When administrators or teachers see a pattern of prejudicial bullying in their
school or classrooms it is important to address these issues right away. One
way to do that is to implement a program that not only teaches tolerance for
differences but also educates students about those differences. Eliminating
fear and increasing knowledge, understanding and empathy should be the goals
of the program.



3 Types of Prejudicial Bullying
https://www.verywellfamily.com/3-types-of-prejudicial-bullying-460668



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HOW TO
Deal with
Prejudicial Bullying

https://www.wikihow.com/Deal-with-Prejudicial-Bullying




Examples
of
Prejudice

https://examples.yourdictionary.com/examples-of-prejudice.html




How School Bullying
Impacts Lesbian, Gay,
Bisexual, and Transgender
(LGBT) Young Adults

https://mcclellandinstitute.arizona.edu/sites/mcclellandinstitute.arizona.edu/files/ResearchLink_Vol.%204%20No.%201_Bullying.pdf




Migrant and refugee
Children face higher
rates of bullying

https://blogs.unicef.org/evidence-for-action/migrant-children-face-higher-rates-of-bullying/




What Is Merton's
Typology of Prejudice
and Discrimination?

https://www.reference.com/world-view/merton-s-typology-prejudice-discrimination-ebf96b87d07e6dd5




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PREJUDICIAL
BULLYING
LINKS




4-7-8 Breathing: Health Benefits & Demonstration
http://www.drweil.com/videos-features/videos/the-4-7-8-breath-health-benefits-demonstration/

4 Theories of Discrimination
https://www.nap.edu/read/10887/chapter/7

8 Facts About Bullying Everyone Should Know
https://www.verywell.com/facts-about-bullying-everyone-should-know-460492

Anti-Prejudice Organizations
http://www.prejudicetracker.org/index.php/crowd-marketing/anti-prejudice-organizations/

The Body Scan Practice
http://www.mindful.org/the-body-scan-practice/

Bullying and Cyberbullying
http://www.helpguide.org/articles/abuse/dealing-with-bullying.htm

Bullying Prevention and Prejudice Reduction
https://muse.jhu.edu/article/687857

The Different Types of Prejudice
https://www.theclassroom.com/the-different-types-of-prejudice-12081909.html

The Disproportionate Risks of Driving While Black
https://www.nytimes.com/2015/10/25/us/racial-disparity-traffic-stops-driving-black.html

Gender gap in math starts in kindergarten
https://www.pbs.org/newshour/education/gender-gap-math-starts-kindergarten-study-says



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The Health Benefits of Journaling
http://psychcentral.com/lib/the-health-benefits-of-journaling/

How Can I Help Someone Who's Being Bullied?
http://kidshealth.org/en/teens/expert-bullying.html

How can we blunt prejudice against immigrants?
http://www.sciencemag.org/news/2017/05/how-can-we-blunt-prejudice-against-immigrants

How To Deal With A Workplace Bully
http://www.forbes.com/sites/amymorin/2015/08/21/how-to-deal-with-a-workplace-bully-advice-for-victims-bosses-and-co-workers/#d2519a82c59e

It's time to end ‚Äėthe last acceptable racism against Gypsies and Travellers
https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2016/jan/15/acceptable-racism-gypsies-travellers-prejudice

The main 6 types of bullying
https://thebullyshield.com/6-types-of-bullying/

Overcoming Anti-Gay Harassment
https://www.urmc.rochester.edu/encyclopedia/content.aspx?ContentTypeID=1&ContentID=4564

Prejudice
http://www.etymonline.com/index.php?term=prejudice

Prejudice & Bullying
https://cmawanaed277.weebly.com/week-12---prejudice--bullying.html



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Prejudice Leads to Negative Behavior of Bullying and Aggression
https://www.bartleby.com/essay/Prejudice-Leads-to-Negative-Behavior-of-Bullying-P35GFGATJ

Prejudice Related Bullying
http://www.insted.co.uk/prejudice-related-bullying.pdf

Prejudicial Bullying
http://genderedintelligence.co.uk/projects/kip/bullying/projects/kip/bullying/types/prejudicial

Prejudicial Bullying
https://bullyingendsforgood.weebly.com/prejudicial-bullying.html

Prejudicial Bullying
https://prezi.com/dz4dl04m0cwl/prejudicial-bullying/

Prejudicial Bullying
https://www.coursehero.com/file/p57tbp7t/Prejudicial-Bullying-Prejudicial-bullying-is-based-on-prejudices-tweens-and/

Racism and racial bullying
https://www.childline.org.uk/info-advice/bullying-abuse-safety/crime-law/racism/

Stereotypes and Prejudices
http://www.remember.org/guide/History.root.stereotypes.html

Top 10 Tips for Overcoming Bullying
http://us.ditchthelabel.org/top-10-tips-for-overcoming-bullying/

Understanding Prejudice
http://www.understandingprejudice.org/apa/english/page2.htm



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National Centre
Against Bullying

https://www.ncab.org.au/




Do Something.org
https://www.dosomething.org/us/




RESPECT
http://respect2all.org/




Girls Guide
To End Bullying

http://girlsguidetoendbullying.org/index.html




The Simple Acts of Care
and Kindness Foundation
S.A.C.K.

http://simpleacts.org/




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Bullying Statistics
Anti-Bullying Help,
Facts, and More

http://www.bullyingstatistics.org/




PACER's
National Bullying
Prevention Center

https://www.pacer.org/bullying/




PACER's
Teens Against
Bullying

https://www.pacerteensagainstbullying.org/experiencing-bullying/cyber-bullying/




Help Guide.org
https://www.helpguide.org/




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