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PREFACE

Alhamdulillah we have finally completed out final project. To be honest, none of us


thought that we can finish this job on time but apparently we did and thank to Allah SWT for
giving us the strength and the will to get it done.

We believe without one person that has been guiding us throughout this journey, we will
not going to make it until the finishing line. That person is our tutorial lecturer Madam Nur
Amirah Binti Mazme. We would like to express our high gratitude for her delicate advices and
guidance to us. Thank you very much.

Thank you also to all group members for their assistance and we would like also to thank
to every single person who helped us directly or indirectly. Thank you so much.
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1. INTRODUCTION

On Monday, 14th August 2017, student of School Hospitality and Creative Arts who have taken
PEC200 subject were required to blblblabbalbla spread bullying awareness

A. OBJECTIVES OF ANTI-BULLYING AWARENESS

To educate parents, educators, counselors, and students about the dangers of bullying and
cyber-bullying.
To discuss the different methods of bullying and cyber-bullying.
To discuss the different types of bullying and cyber-bullying.
To raise awareness about this prevalent issue that affects people of all races, ethnicities,
religions, and gender
To discuss the importance of appropriate communication and using Netiquette to avoid
becoming a perpetrator of or victim of bullying and cyber-bullying.
To discuss intervention strategies and prevention tips that will help to end bullying and
cyber-bullying.
To provide information and outside resources for parents, educators, counselors, and
students regarding bullying and cyber-bullying.
To provide an activity to determine if someone is a bullying and cyber-bullying.
To raise awareness of the existence and nature of bullying.
To eliminate negative social behavior.
To counter the view that bullying is an inevitable part of school life.
To create a supportive school climate and to break down the secrecy surrounding
bullying.

B. DEFINITION OF BULLYING
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Bullying is the use of force, threat, or coercion to abuse, intimidate, or


aggressively dominate others. The behavior is often repeated and habitual. One essential
prerequisite is the perception, by the bully or by others, of an imbalance of social or physical
power, which distinguishes bullying from conflict. Behaviors used to assert such domination can
include verbal harassment or threat, physical assault or coercion, and such acts may be directed
repeatedly towards particular targets. Rationalizations of such behavior sometimes include
differences of social class, race, religion, gender, sexual orientation, appearance, behavior, body
language, personality, reputation, lineage, strength, size, or ability. If bullying is done by a group,
it is called mobbing.

Bullying can be defined in many different ways. The United Kingdom of Great Britain and
Northern Ireland has no legal definition of bullying, while some states in the United States have
laws against it. Bullying is divided into four basic types of abuse emotional sometimes called
relational, verbal, physical, and cyber. It typically involves subtle methods of coercion, such as
intimidation.

Bullying ranges from one-on-one, individual bullying through to group bullying called mobbing,
in which the bully may have one or more "lieutenants" who may seem to be willing to assist the
primary bully in his or her bullying activities. Bullying in school and the workplace is also
referred to as peer abuse. Robert W. Fuller has analyzed bullying in the context of rankism.

A bullying culture can develop in any context in which humans interact with each other. This
includes school, family, the workplace, home, and neighborhoods. In a 2012 study of male
adolescent American football players, "the strongest predictor of bullying was the perception of
whether the most influential male in a player's life would approve of the bullying behavior".

Bullying is the act of continual abuse where one party tries to enforce its power over another.
There are three types of bullying-physical, verbal, and relational or social.
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Physical bullying occurs when the bully uses physical power or violence to coerce, intimidate, or
harm the victim. This is usually the easiest form of bullying to identify and see the effects of,
which is why it is often thought to be the most serious and the most commonly responded to in
schools.

Verbal bullying is when a person consistently uses words to intimidate or hurt another person.
This can involve put-downs or verbal coercion. Verbal coercion is also fairly easy to spot,
although many are not quick to respond to it, often mislead by the false sticks and stones may
break my bones, but words will never hurt me saying.

Relational bullying has possibly the most serious long-term effects of the three types of bullying.
This type of bullying occurs when one person or a group of people purposefully exclude another,
or engage in gossip or spreading rumors. This is often hard for teachers and administrators to see
because it can go on either online or behind the scenes. Too often, relational bullying incidences
are not intervened in because of this.

C. CAUSE AND EFFECT BULLYING


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Most people know that bullying is wrong. Calling someone names has absolutely no beneficial
purpose. Moreover, hitting someone makes a bully feel good in the moment while doing
permanent damage to the person being victimized. With the Internet, people now have even more
opportunities to bully through cyberbullying. This includes sending crude pictures, posting fake
web pages, or tweeting slanderous messages. Cyberbullying has subsequently led to a rise in a
completely new kind of bullying.

One of the effects of bullying is that it can change the victims personality. It can cause people
who are normally confident and happy to become self-conscious, shy, and unsure. Additionally,
victims of bullying may also become sad or depressed. Their confidence might completely
disappear, keeping them from trying new things or trusting people. Once a person has been
bullied, they may hesitate to participate in situations where he or she might be ridiculed, such as
in public speaking or in sports. A bullying victim might even begin to possess previously absent
anxious
behavior.

Despite all the negative effects of bullying, there are even far more serious consequences. People
who have been bullied sometimes become so upset, scared, or depressed that they see no worth
in themselves and no way out of their torment. There have been countless reports over the past
few years of students committing suicide because they were bullied. Meanwhile, there are times
when victims see no recourse but to seek revenge by serious acts of violence against the bully
and instigators. As a result of bullying, people can lose their ability to love and trust, denying
them the chance to experience a quality relationship later in their life. They might find
themselves as a submissive partner or they may want to be completely alone. Compounding all
of these problems, victims often develop eating disorders, begin to self-injure, or require
extensive counseling. Social bullying can also leave people without a supportive group of friends
that they can lean on and spend time with.

Another unfortunate consequence of this is that bullying is often cyclical. People who have been
bullied can, in an attempt to gain their power and self-esteem back, become bullies themselves.
In relation to this, bullies who are not confronted or stopped may find themselves in future
positions where they can bully as adults. This is where manipulative bosses and child abusers
come from.
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Aside from its long-term effects, some consequences of bullying can be seen and felt
immediately. When one child calls another child names, the victim might cry and a bruise might
appear after a punch to the arm. However, some effects of bullying are not always obvious to the
naked eye. The results of bullying might grow and appear over time, damaging a person in
profound ways for the long term. There are so many effects of bullying that they are impossible
to count or predict. This is why it is so important to stop bullying.
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D. WAYS TO PREVENT BULLYING


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2. DESCRIPTION OF MAJOR PROJECT PEC200

A. TASK GIVEN

NO. NAME TASK/S


1. AMIRA NATALYA DECORATE A BOOTH / DESIGN A
POSTER
2. NOR SYAFIQAH PRINT OUT ALL THE ARTICLES OR
FACTS ABOUT BULLYING
3. YG LAIN LETAK JE APA APA
JANJI ADA TUGAS SENDIRI

B. STEPS

CERITA PREPARATION FOR SET UP BOOTH . APA APA JELAH NOK . CAKAP PANEL
KITA SIAPA SIAPA .

C. OUR ACTIVITIES/ GAMES FOR ANTI-BULLYING AWARENESS ( 14 TH August 17,


2017 )
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1. ACTIVITY 1

TRADITIONAL SNAKES & LADDERS GAMES

With the Snake and Ladder game Bullying is intended to solve this major problem is the
bullying. The time to act and intervene in a bullying situation is essential to establish networks of
cooperation and a coordinated effort between the family, teachers, professionals of public
resources of the territory and other educational institutions. The school violence is harmful and
destructive for all. For the violent, because it makes them believe they enjoy impunity for acts
immoral and destroy their chances of social integration. For victims, it seriously affects the
development of his personality. For the rest of the students, because they socialized in a climate
of fear and injustice and end up believing in the pecking order. For teachers, it makes our
educational work and discourages us as professionals. For all this, the intervention program to
address the problems of peer violence in schools should not focus exclusively on the victims but
also perpetrators / as and spectators / as, because everyone is involved and for all have negative
consequences. It is important to understand that all the protagonists of the problem need our
professional help to get out of it, because they will not succeed alone.

2. ACTIVITY 2
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ANTI-BULLYING ONLINE GAMES

Though the stance is controversial, some researchers have asserted that action games may
reduce a bullys motivation towell, bully. One study that had players assume the role of
both the hero and villain showed that those controlling the bad guys behaviors displayed
a greater sense of remorse over their actions.

3. ACTIVITY 3

3D TEDDY BEAR INFLATABLE PUNCHING BAG

PURE BOXING BULLY BAG

Boxing will teach us how to throw several types of punches, including the jab, cross, hook and
uppercut. We will learn the correct body mechanics needed to throw these techniques with the
most speed and power. These skills not only help us compete in a ring, but it can also help us
defend ourselves against bullies or dangerous people outside of the ring.
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4. ACTIVITY 4

KINDNESS SUPPORT .??

EXPLANATION ??
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3. EVIDENCES ON MONDAY, 14 TH AUGUST 2017


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4. CONCLUSION