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Suicidal behavior among victims of bullying, as suggested by recent bullying related suicide Data Associated with Bullying in School. deaths 1 Some of the effect of bullying that have been. observed are 1 It is estimated that 160 000 children. SCHOOL BULLYING skip school every day because of fear of attack or. School bullying is a type of bullying that occurs intimidation by other students 2 Ninety percent. in connection with education whether inside or of 4th through 8th graders report being victims of. outside of school Bullying can be physical verbal bullying 3 1 in 7 students in Grades K 12 is either. or social and is usually repeated over a period of a bully or a victim of bullying 1Bullying statistics. time Physical bullying includes hitting kicking show that revenge is the strongest motivation for. and beating up pushing spitting property damage school shootings and that harassment and bullying. and or theft Verbal bullying includes teasing have been linked to 75 of school shooting. mocking name calling verbal humiliation incidents 2 Eighty seven percent of students said. intimidation threats cruelty extortion and or shootings are motivated by a desire to get back at. racist sexist or homophobic taunts Social bullying those who have hurt them 2. includes gossip rumor spreading embarrassment DISCUSSION. alienation or exclusion from the group and using, the Internet email or text messaging to threaten 1 According to the CDC a national youth risk. Studies demonstrate that bullies are aggressive behavior survey showed that more than 1 700. children 1 They see violence as the right way to adolescents aged 15 19 completed suicides each. interact with other children 2 They are insecure year 2 3 In 2009 the percentage of high school. youth who believe that other children will harm students who attempted suicide one or more times. them so they fight to defend themselves and also during the 12 month period was 6 3 of which. try to show that they re strong A lot of bullies are 8 1 were female and 4 6 were male 1 3 According. characterized by impulsive behavior 1 2 to studies by Yale University victims of bullying. Table I Different studies on suicide in adolescents. Study Country Population Studied age group, 1 Rivers I 2010 UK 2 002 12 to 16 years boys girls. 2 Barker ED 2008 UK 3 932 14 to 16 years boys girls. 3 Wolke D 2001 UK 2377 children 6 8 years boys girls. 4 Arseneault L 2006 UK 2232 children 5 and 7 years boys girls. 5 Rivers I 2013 North England 1 009 high school boys girls. 6 Luukkonen AH 2009 Finland 508 adolescents 12 17 years boys girls. 7 Brunner R 2007 Germany 5759 9 grade boys girls, 8 Baldry AC 2003 Italy 998 adolescents 8 to 13 years boys girls. 9 Rigby K 1999 South Australia 845 secondary school 12 16 boys girls. 10 Shaikh A M 2013 Pakistan 4676 class 8 10 14 16 boys girls. 11 McMahon EM Ireland 2012 1870 adolescents boys only. 12 Emmanuel R 2007 Uganda Uganda Global School Based Health Survey adolescent. 13 Skapinakis P 2011 Greece 5614 16 18 years boys girls. 14 Owusu A west Africa 2011 7137 student high school. 15 Cui S 2011 China 8778 adolescents boys girls, 16 Kim YS 2009 Korea 6 043 4 and 10 years boys girls.
17 Park HS 2006 Korea 1300 high school boys girls, 18 Kim YS 2005 Korea 1718 7 and 8 grade boys girls. 19 Hepburn L 2012 USA 1 838 youth in 9th 12th grade boys girls. 20 Klomek AB 2011 USA 96 13 through 18 years boys girls. 21 Klomek AB 2007 USA 2342 9 12th grade boys girls. 22 Patrick DL 2013 USA 27 752 8 10 and 12 grades boys girls. 23 Bauman S 2013 USA 1491 high school students boys girls. 24 Abdirahman H A Caribbean 2012 6780 middle school age boys and girls. 25 LeVasseur MT 2009 USA 2009 Youth survey boys girls. 26 Hanley AJ 2011 USA 448 4 5 grade 10 12 years boys girls. 27 Klomek AB 2008 Finland 2348 boys born in 1981, 28 Van der 2003 Netherlands 4811 children aged 9 to 13 boys girls. Pak J Med Sci 2014 Vol 30 No 1 www pjms com pk 207. Farhat Shireen et al, are between 2 to 9 times more likely to consider were significantly more likely to report having had. suicide than non victims 1 Suicide is the third thoughts of ending their life 6. leading cause of death for people aged 15 24in the Bullying affects on mental health. United States 1 A semi annual survey on youth risk Studies indicated that bullys victims are at risk for. behavior by the Centers for Disease Control CDC suicidal ideation because of increased risk of mental. in 2012 uncovered that approximately 1 in 6 high health problems 12 15 These risks may be attributable. school students has seriously considered suicide to the development of intensified emotional. and 1 in 12 has attempted it 2 Furthermore evidence arousal and poor impulse control 16 17 Findings also. indicates a strong association between bullying and demonstrated the relationship between suicidal. suicide as suggested by recent bullying related behaviors bullying victimization experiences and. suicide deaths 1 The more frequently a child is depression which facilitate the association between. bullied the more overwhelming it becomes When bullying victimization and suicide attempts 18 A. a child becomes depressed feelings of loneliness recent study conducted in Pakistan revealed the. and sadness overcome them They lose interest effects of sleep patterns in bullied victims and how. in activities they blame themselves for every bad it further leads them towards serious considerations. thing that happens around them and they think of attempting suicide 19 The study also discovered. life is not worth living Some youth express their that children who are lonely and have insomnia. depression through violence and aggression and at were twice as likely to report suicidal ideation. this point they can become vulnerable to suicidal or In contrast to bullied children who do not have. destructive thoughts As a result most adolescent insomnia or feel lonely these children were bullied. suicide attempts are caused by interpersonal within the past thirty days Age and sex were. conflicts The intent of the behavior appears to be to not found to be statistically significant 19 Over. effect change in the behaviors or attitudes of others time victimization increased the probability of. Therefore the most important thing for the youth involvement in bullying as compared to bullying. when he she becomes suicidal is to get professional increased the likelihood of victimization 10 When. help immediately because the suicidal feelings can symptoms of depression were controlled suicidal. be very robust ideation occurred most often among adolescents. who were bullies 10, Link between Bullying and Suicide attempt and The intent of the behavior appears to be to effect. ideation in Cross sectional studies change in the behaviors or attitudes of others. Bullying and risk of self harm Therefore the most important thing for the youth. These cross sectional studies have determined when he she becomes suicidal is to get professional. that victims of bullying express high levels of help immediately because the suicidal feelings can. suicidal ideation and the risk of attempted be very robust H A Abdirahman and colleagues. suicide is high as compared to non victims 4 6 The in Caribbean studies found a strong association. association of being bullying to suicidal ideation between bullying and poor mental health They. suicide attempts is not only limited to students highlight the urgent need to develop useful. who were bullied but also reported by the bullies 5 6 approaches for reducing bullying among children. These children have experienced rejection and and adolescents 20 Brunner and colleagues reported. are not popular among their peers and develop an indirect effect of bullying towards suicide. early personality problems 7 Suicidal ideation and Their data suggest that there is a link present. behavior may represent an attempt at reducing between bullying and deliberate self harm DSH. intolerable emotional states among these children If the DSH behavior continues a strong association. and adolescents 8 However students who were develops between DSH and suicidal behavior 21. both victim and perpetrators of bullying were at Bullying has both direct and indirect effects on the. highest risk for both suicidal ideation and suicide suicide ideation and attempts For example a very. attempt4 11 as compared with adolescents who were important negative outcome of victimization may. bullied but not involved in bullying behavior One be increased risk of suicide attempt and death due. study reported that children who have multiple to increasing feeling of hopelessness in the child 22. roles in bullying behavior such as victim bully Evidence showed that verbal victimization was. and bystander Children who witnessed bullying associated with an increased risk of developing. but they did not report it These children may hopelessness in elementary school children 22. have feelings of discomfort about their behavior Furthermore studies revealed that problems in peer. 208 Pak J Med Sci 2014 Vol 30 No 1 www pjms com pk. Suicidal behavior among victims of bullying, relationships are positively associated with suicide victimization and suicide attempts but differently.
ideation and attempts and that feelings of loneliness for males and females A few studies showed that. would increase the association 4 23 Evidence also depression mediated the link between traditional. showed that helplessness is significantly linked bullying and suicide attempts for female only 18 Van. with possible suicide ideation among youth who der et al discovered that the experience of being. observe bullying at school 24 bullied has common outcomes of suicidal ideation. Dose response relation among both boys and girls These associations. Various researchers described a dose response were greater for indirect than direct bullying. relation13between victimization and suicidal They further clarified that direct bullying had a. ideation and attempt The more frequent the substantial influence on depression and suicidal. exposure to bullying the higher the risk of the child ideation in girls but not in boys 28 Conversely. developing these thoughts and ideation 13 Rigby and Slee stated that the connection between. Bullying and Gender being a bully and suicidal ideation applied to boy. Various studies have reported association only 30, between victims of bullying and suicidal ideation Bullying and Sexual preferences. and suicidal attempt when age race ethnicity and Patrick and his colleague analyzed data from. gender were controlled for Another aspect that was the 2010 Washington State Healthy Youth Survey. uncovered is the link between gender and school collected in public school grades 8 10 and 12. bullying as a risk for suicidal ideation For example and their results found that children were being. it has been found that while the prevalence of bullied more due to their sexual preferences 31. suicidal ideation may be different When an Irish They discovered that 29 of male students and. study by McMahon et al examined the prevalence 27 of female students in these three grades. of bullying in Irish adolescent boys they found were reported being bullied because of personal. that the odds ratio of lifetime self harm was four sexual preferences 31 32 The survey also revealed. times higher for boys who had been bullied than lower quality of life QOL scores associated with. boys without this experience 25 Among girls increased odds of depressed mood or consideration. being bullied or bullying others are both potential of suicide 26 31 By the same token another secondary. impulsive risk factors for suicidal behavior After data analysis of the 2009 New York City Youth Risk. adjusting for age school factors family factors Behavior Survey used logistic regression to study. and psychiatric disorders there was a higher risk the link between sexual identity gender ethnicity. of suicide attempts in girls who were victims of bullying and suicide attempts The outcome of. bullying OR 2 07 CI 1 04 4 11 p 0 037 or who bullying on suicide attempt was greatest among. bullied others OR 3 27 CI 1 08 9 95 p 0 037 26 non Hispanic sexual minority male youths odds. However various studies find different effect ratio 21 39 vs 1 65 3 38 31. of gender A high prevalence of victimization was Future long term prospective studies are needed. reported in an Italian school survey and their to elucidate the causality between bullying and. regressions model showed the importance of child suicide as wells as the differential effects of gender. gender and age They found that older girls were on the association Media plays a very significant. more at risk of suicidal ideation than either younger role in covering and broadcasting suicide related. girls or boys 12 Barker and fellows further mentioned teenage deaths For example if teenage suicide. that the highest prevalence of bullies and bullying gets under reported for good reason there will. victims was found among mid age adolescents be less risk of glorifying the behavior and less risk. These youth have high increasing bullying and of clusters of suicidal behavior Another positive. high increasing victimization trajectories 10 One media contribution can be to educate the public. study has found that older adolescents have a and to point out the seriousness of bullying and its. higher risk for exhibiting suicidal ideation 27 related consequences. Trauma experience of youngsters and Teens A key issue in suicidal behavior among victims of bullying Farhat Shireen1 Himani Janapana2 Sanila Rehmatullah3 Hoor Temuri4 Fatima Azim 5 ABSTRACT This study examines the association between suicide and bullying among teenagers and adolescents in

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