His guiding presence and boundless blessings are indeed the most important gift the researchers had received throughout the study; To their beloved family for their prayers inspiration and unconditional love and wholehearted support both morally and financially; To Mrs.. Deal Guardia, our research paper adviser, for her concern, guidance, supervision, untiring support, knowledge, patience, and time particularly while the study was being done; To the faculty, office staff, and students of Battings State University for their warm assistance during the research process administering the questionnaires to the respondents of this study.
To our mentor for sharing the knowledge and time for the betterment of the study; To our parents, for giving all their support, morally and financially and for their patience and understanding; To Almighty God, for giving us strength, wisdom, and guidance as we work on this study. Gabbing , Elaine Joy C. Perturbed, Joanna Marie D. Iliac, Nina Lyn M. ABSTRACT Title: How Bullying Affect the Life of Bachelor of Science in Accountancy, Second Year Students in Battings State University Authors: Gabbing , Elaine Joy C. , Perturbed, Joanna Marie D. , Brutal, Madonna
A, . Garcia, Razz Mae A. , Iliac, Nina Lyn M. Type of Document: Total No. Of Pages: Name and Address of the Institution: Battings State University, Racial Avenue, Battings City Course: Bachelor of Science in Accountancy Year completed: March 2014 Summary: This study aimed to determined how bullying affects the life of the second year accountancy students of Battings State University. The respondents of the study were ten second year accountancy students chosen from the total number of 240 second year students through quota non-random sampling.
Bullies always have more power than victims. Their power comes from physical size, strength, status, and support within the peer group. Their behavior is repeated, or has the potential to be repeated, over time. Both who are bullied and bullies may have serious, lasting problems. There are factors in order to be considered bully. First, the behavior must be aggregative. This includes actions such as making threats, spreading humors, attacking someone physically or verbally, and excluding someone from a group on purpose. Second, the behavior of bullies includes an imbalance of power and repetition.
People who bully use their power- such as physical strength, access to embarrassing information, or popularity ?to control or harm others. Power imbalances can change over time and in different situations, even if they involve the same people. Bullying behaviors happen more than once or have the potential to happen more than once. Bullying can take a number of different forms. There are four types of such: physical, verbal, covert and cyber bullying. Physical bullying includes hitting, kicking, tripping, pinching and pushing or damaging property.
This form of bullying is the most common type. Meanwhile, herbal bullying includes name calling, insults, teasing, intimidation, homophobic or racist remarks, or verbal abuse. The third type is covert. Covert lulling is often harder to recognize and can be carried out behind the bullied person’s back. It is designed to harm someone’s social reputation and/or cause humiliation. And the last type is cyber bullying. Cyber bullying is overt or covert bullying behaviors using digital technologies. It can happen at any time.
It can be in public or in private, and sometimes only known to the target and the person bullying. But what triggers bullying? Where a person displays some of the above traits, bullying can start simply because the target is there, and does nothing at all to provoke it. Bullying may be unwittingly revoked because the target is competent, popular, successful, has integrity or otherwise characteristics that the bully perceives as a threat to their own status, fearing that the target will – inadvertently or deliberately – expose some negative aspect of their activity.
It is a common response to raising concerns about malpractice (fraud, health and safety breaches and bullying), sometimes called “whistle-blowing”. So what would you do to stop bullying? Background of the Study The importance of this study is that, it helps us find out how bullying affects the students’ performance in school and how will this be solved. By surveying the demographic profiles of the students, some information about their bullying Some of those students who have been bullied tend to be scared to ever step foot in school again.
Aside from that, this study also helps not Just the students but most probably the parents and teachers for them to know how to help students to cope up with this kind of problem. This also makes us aware of what are the reasons why some students want to bully others; what they can get from bullying others. And it is also for us to be aware on what are those possible consequences that this problem ay bring to anyone and what are those ways to minimize bullying inside the school.
For the study to be accurate, these questions are being asked. 1. To know why bullying is done to them. 2. What are the effects of bullying in their lives and the possible outcome after this incident happened to them? 3. How they manage to continue studying despite of that happening? 4. Why they think of all the students, they are the chosen to be bullied upon? 5. What should be their attitude for them not to be bullied? Hypothesis Students who do not get good grades are more liked to be bullied. Bullies have lower school attachment than non-bullies and found to have low academic achievement.
Students that can easily communicate with their parents are less likely to bully. Adolescents, family, environment and interactions can affect bullying behavior; including low parental warmth, low family cohesion and and low involvement with parents. Students that live with single parents are more likely to bully. Single parent family structures have been positively associated with bullying involvement. Students who live in urban areas are more likely to bully. Nationality, gender age and class may prevail bullying.
Significance of the Study The findings which this study will reveal, may benefit certain groups and the infinite they may be able to gain are as follows: Students- this study may use this example as their guide to bear in mind that they are luckier compare to those who are bullied because they are still send to school despite of economic problems our parents are facing today. Parents- parents should implement strategies FRR the development of their children although they experience being bullied to bring them in a state that they can be proud to be the parents even of those who overcome the effects of being bullied.
Scope and Delimitation’s The researchers undertook this study to determine the effects of bullying to BAS dents’ life. The study focus on second year BAS students only who suffers or has suffered bullying in any of its kind (emotional, physical, cyber, etc. ) The study was limited only to the data gathered from the questionnaires made by the researchers, which is directly asked, used in the interviews on the respondents, and from other literatures. The researchers used quota sampling and used only ten respondents as a source of information for the study.
Definition of Terms Adolescents – young person who is developing into an adult – a young person who is going through adolescence Anxiety- an abnormal and overwhelming sense of apprehension and fear often marked by physiological sign such as sweating, tension, and increase pulse, by doubt concerning the reality in nature of the threat, and by self doubt about one’s capacity to cope with it. Bully Victim- this group tends to be hyper-active and impulsive, and lacks social skills.
This is the most isolated group and therefore requires an intervention that is a combination of empathy training, assertiveness training and usually intelligent person who does not fit in with other people – a person who is very interested in and knows a lot about a particular field or activity Offenders- One that offends, especially one that breaks a public law Peer- People who are equal in such respects as age, education or social class, group, colleague etc. Self- Esteem- a term used in psychology to reflect person’s overall emotional evaluation of his or her own worth.
It is a Judgment of oneself as well as an attitude toward the self. Self-esteem encompasses beliefs (for example, “l am competent,” “l am worthy”) and emotions such as triumph, despair, pride and shame.  Smith and Mackey define it by saying “The self-concept is what we think about the elf; self-esteem, is the positive or negative evaluations of the self, as in how we feel about it. – also known as the evaluative dimension of the self that includes feelings of worthiness, prides and discouragement. One’s self-esteem is also closely associated with self-consciousness.
Urban Areas- is characterized by higher population density and vast human features in comparison to the areas surrounding it. Urban areas may be cities, towns or conurbations, but the term is not commonly extended to rural settlements such as villages and hamlets. Victimize- to treat (someone) cruelly or unfairly to make a victim of (someone) someone) CHAPTER II -to harm or commit a crime against Review of Related Literature and Studies This chapter presents the related literature and studies relevant to the topic under study.
In order to understand the study more fully, the researchers sought information from books, newspapers, Journals, and electronic sources that would help support the present study. It is impossible to develop effective behavior intervention programs without understanding bullying. Bullying can be expected to occur in any school. Its prevalence in many countries suggests that most children will experience school bullying at some stage, Their power comes from physical size, strength, status, and support within the peer group. Their behavior is repeated, or has the potential to be repeated, over time.