The problems that arise in schools vary. When asked to recall a problem at school, most of them would recall school violence. These days, however, cyberbullying occurs frequently because of Covid-19. Some people think that pain and suffering will be less than physical violence. In fact, however, cyberbullying is often more painful and distressing in some cases. Then what is school violence and cyberbullying and why is it happening? Also, let's find out how to deal with school violence.
The term "school violence" means an act involving physical, mental, or property damage caused by injury, assault, confinement, intimidation, or collective bullying against students inside and outside the school. Cyberbullying refers to harassment that is inflicted on others in various forms in cyberspace. There are various causes of school violence. Among them, the biggest reason is the sense of superiority of the victim that the perpetrator feels through violence. Another typical cause is that school violence perpetrators who have been abused sometimes use violence to blow off their anger at school violence victims. In fact, after the perpetrator is scolded by his or her parents at home, the intensity of bullying against the victim is often higher than before.
You have to deal with school violence well. First, ask for help from people around you if school violence has occurred. To hide just because you're scared, or because you don't want to build things up, doesn't help stopping school violence. Society is on the side of victims, not the perpetrator. If you find it difficult to solve it on your own, be sure to let people know and ask for help. Second, let yourself know what you've been subjected to. No one is likely to help, but in modern society, the atmosphere of condemning school violence perpetrators is very strong. It is also good to inform organizations of school violence. I hope there will be a day when school violence does not occur and everyone can have a happy school life.