• Dhyana Sulistyawati S3 Teknologi Pendidikan Universitas Negeri Surabaya
  • Yohanes Arief Widarsa S3 Teknologi Pendidikan Universitas Negeri Surabaya
  • Pujiyanti Catur Siwi S3 Teknologi Pendidikan Universitas Negeri Surabaya
  • Miftakhul Jannah S3 Teknologi Pendidikan Universitas Negeri Surabaya
  • Diana Rahmasari S3 Teknologi Pendidikan Universitas Negeri Surabaya




bullying, effort to prevent it


Bulling is a negative action that is often aggressive and manipulative, carried out by one person or more towards another person over a certain period of time which has both physical and non-physical content. The relationship between the perpetrator and the victim of bullying is usually a peer or peer relationship, for example classmates, between upperclassmen and underclassmen, between seniors and juniors. Buuling can take the form of physical or punches, kicks, slaps, pushes, and other physical attacks. Non-fidic bullying can be divided into 2 (two), namely verbal and nonverbal. Ridicule, calling certain names, threats, spreading secret news about the victim, humiliating words are considered verbal actions. Unpleasant facial expressions and threatening body language are nonverbal actions. So, this act of bullying makes the perpetrators bolder in doing more reckless things towards the victim which may not lead to serious criminal acts, while the victim feels that his self-esteem is very low, he has no self-confidence and is unhappy. Efforts to prevent bullying are: 1) pay attention to the symptoms of changes in the child, and immediately approach him, 2) be calm in his actions, while assuring the child that he has received protection from future bullies, 3) report it to the teacher/school for immediate action. investigation, 4) asking the school counselor (BK teacher) to conduct an investigation about what happened, 5) asking the school to provide information about what actually happened, and 6) teaching children how to deal with bullying.


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