Social Bullying is when the actions of a person or group are intended to hurt someone's feelings, reputation or relationships and exploits an imbalance of power between the student perpetrator and the student victim.
What is Social Bullying
- Leaving someone out of an activity with the specific intent to humiliate or embarrass
- Spreading rumors about someone
- Embarrassing someone in public
What is not Social Bullying
- Equal and active engagement of all parties involved in threatening, belittling, or humiliating behaviors