A Qualitative Study: Impact of Bullying on Children with Special Needs

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Faiza Iqbal, Senin M. S., Mohd. Norazmi Bin Nordin, Muhammad Hasyim


The study's aim is to look at bullying within students with special education needs who are enrolled in school and understand how individuals with disabilities experience bullying at a large in Asia. Bullying is most common in children who have physical, developmental, intellectual, social, or sensory disorders. Both traditional (offline) and Cyberbullying among children and young disabled people is a major problem all over the world. This article presents a framework for understanding key psychological issues due to bulling in special needs children. Although this form of analysis is qualitative, a technique was used in this research. As more and more students' perspectives on bullying can be gathered using qualitative methods. The population of this research was on those students who are suffering with disabilities. Data collected from previous researches.The data was subjected to content interpretation using logics, principles, assumptions, and research papers, as well as the meaning and grounded theory approach.The findings of this study are directly useful to staff and organizations working with children in policy development and implementation in order to provide assistance and strengthen the issue of bullying in order to teach students healthy behavior and prevent them from being more aggressive.Future study in this region of Asia is suggested.Bullying is typically characterized as an offensive, deliberate act or action committed by a group or a person against a victim who is unable to defend himself or herself repeatedly and over time (Olweus, 1999).

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