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Peer mediation: Conflict resolution for bullying

1 What is bullying
a. Who is involved?
b. Where is the problem occurring?
c. Why is bullying a big deal?
d. How is the conflict going to be resolved?

2 Peer Mediation
a. What is peer mediation
b. Who is involved in the process
c. Where will the peer mediation take place?
d. Why would one chose peer mediation?
e. When will the peer mediation happen?
f. How dose peer mediation compare to other alternatives

Please give references.

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1 What is bullying a. Who is involved? b. Where is the problem occurring? c. Why is bullying a big deal? d. How is the conflict going to be resolved?

Actually, the bully is anyone that wishes to maintain control over others that hides his / hers insecurities and fears. Try and think of a bullying as acting out such insecurities to mask painful self-inflicted emotions, thereby, the bullying assists in covering up the cry for mental health help. Instead, the bully is more concern in affecting the negative energy of low self-esteem on someone else. Think of often the way to stop bullying is standing up to the bully and the victim willing to fight for freedom of peace; the result is bullying cease immediately due to the bully running away. Aim in focusing on how today bullying is more perverse and constant due to the age of technology and now ...

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550+ words outline the concept of bullying and the usefulness of peer mediation as means of resolving it, with references.

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