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The Effectiveness of Criminal Law Application in an Endeavor to Suppress the Height of Bullying Violence in Indonesia as an Age Challenge

Journal: International Journal of Arts and Social Science (Vol.3, No. 3)

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Page : 10-205

Keywords : Bullying; Verbal Violence; Non-Verbal Violence; Effectiveness; Criminal Law; Suppressing Bullying;

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T: Bullying is a negative action that is often aggressive and manipulative, carried out by one person even more towards others during a certain period of time that has physically and non-physically content. The relationship of the perpetrators and victims of bullying is usually a colleague or peer relationship, for example classmates, between seniors and juniors, between seniors and juniors. Bullying can be physical form such as punches, kicks, slaps, pushes, and other physical attacks. The form of non-physical bullying can be divided into 2 (two), namely verbal and nonverbal. Contempt, calls with certain titles, threats, spreading the victim's secret news, embarrassing words classified as verbal action. Penal countermeasures are carried out after bullying has occurred and entered into legal proceedings in the Court while non-penal efforts are carried out if bullying has not occurred. Efforts to prevent bullying by non-penal procedure, namely (1) providing information to students about bullying, (2) efforts to control students' emotions, (3) providing counseling services for students in school, (4) socialization, counseling concerning law, religious norms, good morals establishing by related parties such as teachers, religious teachers / counsellors, police, Ministry of Law and Human Rights and NGOs, (5) preparing students who are free from bullying, both as perpetrators and victims of bullying, foster empathy for students.

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