Required Readings Zastrow, C. H., Kirst-Ashman, K. K., & Hessenauer, S. L. (2019). Understanding human behavior and the social environment (11th ed.). Boston, MA: Cengage Learning.
Chapter 8, Social Development in Adolescence (pp. 361-409) Benavides, L. E. (2014). Spiritual journey from childhood to adolescence: Pathways to strength and healing. Journal Of Religion & Spirituality In Social Work, 33(3/4), 201217. doi:10.1080/15426432.2014.930628
Note: You will access this article from the Walden Library databases. Brown, C. F., Demaray, M. K., Tennant, J. E., & Jenkins, L. N. (2017). Cyber victimization in high school: Measurement, overlap with face-to-face victimization, and associations with social-emotional outcomes. School Psychology Review, 46(3), 288303. doi:10.17105/SPR-2016-0004.V46-3.
Note: You will access this article from the Walden Library databases. Jenkins, L. N., Demaray, M. K., & Tennant, J. (2017). Social, emotional, and cognitive factors associated with bullying. School Psychology Review, 46(1), 4264.
Note: You will access this article from the Walden Library databases.
Bearing witness to trauma has its own set of consequences. Watching repeated episodes of bullying can evoke strong emotional and behavioral responses from an adolescent. During the impressionable stage of social development in adolescents, these experiences can contribute to a change in perception about the ways people should and do treat each other. Furthermore, ongoing exposure to this behavior can jeopardize an adolescents healthy social development. For this Discussion, consider how the act of bullying experienced by one adolescent may change the experience of another who witnesses it. By Day 5
Post a scenario that illustrates how bullying experienced by one adolescent may change the experience of another who witnesses it. Then address the availability of any social work intervention, skill, or practice that might change this cycle of events. Please use the Learning Resources to support your answer.