1. Formulate the Discussion section of your selected topic.  In this section, you need to analyze and interpret the Results. THen, go back to your initially stated Hypothesis(es) to compare and contrast with the final Results. 

2. Post it.

3. Then, read the posts submitted by two other classmates and provide meaningful feedback for improvement.

     Discussion

a. look at Results & interpret them

b. Review Problem Statement & Hypothesis.

 You must use the same bibliographic sources, which was used in THE RESULTS.

Problem Statement

This research will address bullying as the leading cause of suicide between teenagers aged fourteen to sixteen. If this issue is not addressed, we will keep on losing young ones to this menace.

Hypothesis

The study hypothesizes that increased exposure to bullying deeds in schools would escalate the danger of stress, suicidal thoughts, and attempted murder. 

  


Bulling-suicide 2

Student’s Name;

Professor’s Name;

Course Name;

Date;

Bulling is said to be connected to mental health outcomes both for the victim and the person who’s bulling the other. This mental health outcomes are associated with suicidal behavior and ideation. The research topic is prompt on bulling as a leading cause of suicide in adolescence between 14-16 years in United States.

Bulling and suicide affecting gender

Undheim (2017) stated that the relationship between participation in bulling, either as the victim or perpetrator does not change its outcome to suicide. Whereas girls show a high suicidal ideation than boys in bulling examples are cyber and traditional bulling. Heikkila et al. (2019), refers girls and boys who are both victims and perpetrators of bulling show aggressiveness but research doesn’t tell the difference in this Baiden (2017). Wal (2017), said that bulling came hand in hand with depression and suicidal attempt in both boys and girls. Li, Yong (2018) clarified that racism, violence from home and depression could be the major causes of bulling.

Affecting age

Albdour (2019), after undertaking a search on cyber bulling he stated that children in the age of 14-16 who experienced cyber bulling and in school bulling were in a greater risk of going thorough depression and psychological torchier.

Suicidal effects on victim-perpetrator

Both being a victim and a perpetrator of bulling reported suicidal ideals or attempts.

Bulling as a cause of suicide on adolescence between 14-16 years

Bulling and suicide affecting gender

Affecting age

Effects on victim-perpetrator

Undheim (2017)

Girls report more suicidal ideals or attempts compared to boys but more boys commit suicide instead

14-16 years

Perpetrators are less affected compared to victims as they report suicide cases

Heikkila et al. (2019)

Both girls and boys who were victims and perpetrators will show suicidal attempts

14.5-15 years

Victims report suicidal ideals more than perpetrators

Albdour (2019)

Girls experienced more suicidal attempts after being traditionally or cyber bullied.

15 years

Bulling affected both victims and perpetrators

Li, Yong (2018)

Boys who show depression and aggressiveness are more prone to suicidal ideals

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Bulling-suicide 2

Student’s Name;

Professor’s Name;

Course Name;

Date;

Bulling is said to be connected to mental health outcomes both for the victim and the person who’s bulling the other. This mental health outcomes are associated with suicidal behavior and ideation. The research topic is prompt on bulling as a leading cause of suicide in adolescence between 14-16 years in United States.

Bulling and suicide affecting gender

Undheim (2017) stated that the relationship between participation in bulling, either as the victim or perpetrator does not change its outcome to suicide. Whereas girls show a high suicidal ideation than boys in bulling examples are cyber and traditional bulling. Heikkila et al. (2019), refers girls and boys who are both victims and perpetrators of bulling show aggressiveness but research doesn’t tell the difference in this Baiden (2017). Wal (2017), said that bulling came hand in hand with depression and suicidal attempt in both boys and girls. Li, Yong (2018) clarified that racism, violence from home and depression could be the major causes of bulling.

Affecting age

Albdour (2019), after undertaking a search on cyber bulling he stated that children in the age of 14-16 who experienced cyber bulling and in school bulling were in a greater risk of going thorough depression and psychological torchier.

Suicidal effects on victim-perpetrator

Both being a victim and a perpetrator of bulling reported suicidal ideals or attempts.

Bulling as a cause of suicide on adolescence between 14-16 years

Bulling and suicide affecting gender

Affecting age

Effects on victim-perpetrator

Undheim (2017)

Girls report more suicidal ideals or attempts compared to boys but more boys commit suicide instead

14-16 years

Perpetrators are less affected compared to victims as they report suicide cases

Heikkila et al. (2019)

Both girls and boys who were victims and perpetrators will show suicidal attempts

14.5-15 years

Victims report suicidal ideals more than perpetrators

Albdour (2019)

Girls experienced more suicidal attempts after being traditionally or cyber bullied.

15 years

Bulling affected both victims and perpetrators

Li, Yong (2018)

Boys who show depression and aggressiveness are more pron

Research on bulling 2

Student’s Name;

Professor’s Name;

Course Name;

Date;

Analysis and interpretation of data is done after presentation using tables. According to the table formulated above, it shows that according to Undheim (2017) girls reported more suicidal attempt while more boys attempted suicide between the age of 14-16 years and victims of bulling were more affected. Heikkila et al (2019) wrote that both gender between the age of 14.5-15 years who were bullied show suicide attempts and victims were more affected than perpetrators while Aldour (2019) says girls at the age of 15 years experienced more suicidal attempts after being traditionally or cyber bullied and both victims and perpetrators were affected.

Baiden (2017) said both genders who show aggressiveness and are subjects bulling show suicidal ideals and this happens to adolescence at the age of 14-16 years. As stated by Li, Yong (2018), boys who are under bullying show aggressiveness and depression and are prone to suicidal attempts at 14 years.

According to the data above, although both genders undergo bulling, girls are more affected by it compared to boys. Both boys and girls at the age of 14-16 years who are either cyber bullied or traditionally bullied report attempted suicides, suicide ideals, depression and aggressiveness. Perpetrators in most cases don’t show suicidal attempts but according to the data they may have suicidal thoughts just as victims do. As the hypothesis states, increased exposure to bullying deeds in schools would escalate the dander of stress, suicidal thoughts and attempted murder, the research results proven so Alavi, Nazanin (2017).

After posting, the feedback was that bulling should not just be ignored as it is a stressful ordeal to the children. It even lowers self esteem thus leading to suicide. Bulling can be reduced by increasing involvement in communication both between children, parents and teachers. Therefore, reducing it from being the major cause of suicide.

References

Alavi, Nazanin, et al. “Relationship between bullying and suicidal behaviour in youth presenting to the emergency department.” Journal of the Canadian Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry 26.2 (2017): 70.

Baiden, Philip, and Savarra K. Tadeo. “Investigating the association between bullying victimization and suicidal ideation among adolescents: evidence from the 2017 Youth Risk Behavior Survey.” Child abuse & neglect 102 (2020): 104417.

Li, Yong, and Junrong Shi. “Bullying and suicide in high school students: Findings from the 2015 California youth risk behavior survey.” Journal of Human Behavior in the Social Environment 28.6 (2018): 695-709.

TURAL HESAPÇIOĞLU, Selma,