페이지 정보작성자 악동팀 작성일20-06-05 18:47 조회11회 댓글0건
ditions, as a recent study of Maryland schools has shown. The fact remains, however, that dealing with the act of bullying itself is only half of a complex battle. Calls for more attention to victims have already been made, but they?셶e been about the wrong kind of attention. A good instance is a 2011 article that appeared in the Atlantic, titled ?쏛n Alternate Approach to Stop School Bullying: Fix the Victims.??A one-line summary below the title says new research ?쐓eeks to empower victims 롤듀오 with ways to cope with peer aggression.??Not only does such phrasing suggest that bullying victims have somehow instigated their own misfortune, but it also implies that the onus is ultimately on them to dig themselves out of the mess. Indeed, the piece goes onto cite ?쏿n egoless approach to building relationships??and ?쐒eact[ing to aggression] in ??mindful ways??as behavior to be cultivated in those being bullied. What the article gets right is the importance of relationships to victims??coping, but this demands just as much effort from peers as from the victims. In fact, in my experience, the students who suffer the most are those afraid to reach out for help because earlier attempts were met with rejection. Classmates??initiatives to establish lines of communication are crucial to helping such students escape isolation, leading to greater strength in dealing with the bullies. In other words, the solution to bullying we truly need starts with 롤듀오 educating peers to stand with the victims, so that the bullies are deterred.?Let Me Sleep: A Dream of an Ordinary StudentBy Woo So-eDaewon Foreign Language High School?쏻e all 롤듀오 lie?? This song took South Korea by storm, with the so called ?쁓ky Castle Syndrome?? capturing the nation in awe. The TV drama vividly demonstrated our abhorrent education system and threw some very important questions, with one very important one: are students all
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