How to deal with Bullying
Individuals engaged in bullying instances are often categorized in one of three classes, “bully,” victim,” or “witness.” A victim refers to the person who is made to suffer or killed in the bullying instance. A bully is an individual who oppresses another by harsh and unjust exercising of authority or force. In addition to the role of the bully and the victim, during the Holocaust experience, the role of the bystander became eminent. Observer refers to an individual who is present during the experience but is not part of the main actions of the experience. Bystanders in some occasions condone the act of bullying either passively or actively by their actions or words, alternatively by their inaction.
Bullying experiences are often classified into either a perpetrator or victim but my experience sheds