Pengaruh Mental Anak Terhadap Terjadinya Peristiwa Bullying

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Jessica Angeline De Eloisa Tobing
Triana Lestari

Abstract

Bullying merupakan perilaku agresif individu secara fisik ataupun verbal. Dampak bullying secara umum terhadap kesehatan mental korban yaitu ia mengalami trauma terhadap pelaku, depresi yang mengakibatkan penurunan konsentrasi, penurunan rasa tidak percaya diri, muncul keinginan membully sebagai bentuk balas dendam, phobia sosial dengan ciri takut dilihat atau diperhatikan di depan umum, gangguan kecemasan yang berlebihan, putus sekolah, dan bunuh diri. Selain itu, dampak bullying bagi kesehatan mental anak adalah korban merasa paling bersalah diantara yang lain sehingga korban bully cenderung sering menyendiri, kepercayaan diri korban menurun, semangat hidup berkurang sehingga mereka lebih suka murung dan cenderung tidak bergairah. Bagi sebagian orang emosi mereka semakin meningkat sehingga mereka cenderung dendam dan berniat melakukan apa yang telah mereka alami terhadap orang lain. Penelitian ini dilakukan secara kualitatif dengan menggunakan teknik pengumpulan data

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Tobing, J. A. D. E., & Triana Lestari. (2021). Pengaruh Mental Anak Terhadap Terjadinya Peristiwa Bullying. Jurnal Pendidikan Tambusai, 5(1), 1882–1889. Retrieved from https://jptam.org/index.php/jptam/article/view/1180
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