Teacher’s perception of physical, verbal, and nonverbal bullying behavior in elementary school

Gunawan, Ronny and Murniarti, Erni and Male, Hendrikus (2020) Teacher’s perception of physical, verbal, and nonverbal bullying behavior in elementary school. In: Proceedings of the First International Conference on Christian and Inter Religious Studies. ICCIRS, Manado.

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Abstract

Bullying behavior is behavior performed by a person or other person as a result of a person's emotional outbursts or anger towards their opponent. Bullying behavior can be physical, verbal, and non-verbal. Bullying behavior can also occur in the school environment, namely, teachers applying Bullying behavior towards pupils, such as physical bullying, teachers slapping students, slapped students; non-verbal bullying, i.e. teachers scold students with rants and insults that corner students mentally, non-verbal bullying, such as teachers physically punishing students, for example, flag salutes all day, push up 100 times to result in students falling ill and fainting. Therefore, this study studied to the extent that the perception of teachers in Christian elementary schools in DKI Jakarta on the issue of bullying is both physical, verbal, and non-verbal. The sample from this study is 100 (one hundred) Christian elementary school teachers in DKI Jakarta. The results of Lower 54.3704 and Upper 57.0296 are in the range of 50 – 58 included in the "good" group, meaning teachers in Christian school environments have/have understood the meaning of physical bullying, so teachers in Christian schools do not support physical bullying against their students; The results of lower 50.7970 and Upper 52.9430, are in the range of 50 – 58 belongs to the "good" group, meaning teachers in Christian school environments have/have understood the meaning of verbal bullying, so teachers in Christian schools do not support verbal bullying against their students; Lower 47.5753 and Upper 49.6847 results are in the range of 48 – 56 included in the "good" group, meaning teachers in Christian school environments have/have understood the meaning of non-verbal bullying, so teachers in Christian schools do not support nonverbal bullying of their students.

Item Type: Book Section
Subjects: PHILOSOPHY. PSYCHOLOGY. RELIGION > Psychology > Psychology
Depositing User: Edi Wibowo
Date Deposited: 14 Dec 2020 09:59
Last Modified: 15 Dec 2020 11:01
URI: http://repository.uki.ac.id/id/eprint/2878

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