Bullying can therefore, be described under different theories that can be used to arrest the condition and eradicate the problem especially among children in the society.
Bullying hinders learning and development; it is pertinent to ensure that the best models are adopted towards creating a proper process of control and critical methods of change in the systems accordingly.
It is a culmination of different societal and individual aspects that lead to the bad behaviour by children in the society.
Charity begins at home, may be considered a cliché but one needs to assess how the family setting as well as the society contributes to this problem in schools.
An analysis of bullying and the contributing factors will further highlight the importance of developing proper controls to ensure that the critical changes have been implemented.
Bullying is defined as the intentional use of force, threat, intimidation, aggressive behaviour against others to dominate and control them (Allison et al, 2014).
It is a critical assessment of the individual attributes of change needed within the system and a focus on the social emotional development as well as its effects on cognitive development.
The research concludes that bullying negatively affects learning and development and the society needs to work out a model to control its effects among the children in schools.
The question on every parent’s mind is, Why are do some children bully others?
It is an important question that is critically evaluated and has been present in the society for years to date.