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DODAJ, A., SESAR, K., BARISIC, M., & PANDZA, M. (2013). THE EFFECT OF EMPATHY ON INVOLVING IN BULLYING BEHAVIOR. Pedijatrija Danas: Pediatrics Today, 9(1), 91-101. doi:10.5457/p2005-114.66

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Abstract

The aim of this review was to provide an overview of research into the relationship between empathy and bullying. Therefore the review indicated a number of researches that show different effects of empathy on bullying, regarding the type of bullying, roles in bullying behavior, as well as gender. From a review of research it may be concluded that empathy significantly contributes to a reduction in various forms of violence. Most research indicates the importance of the affective component of empathy compared to the cognitive component. The results of research into the relationship of empathy and its role in bullying behavior were less consistent. For this reason, the review highlighted methodological difficulties in the study of bullying and empathy.

Conclusion

In conclusion it could be said that most studies show a negative correlation between empathy and various types
of violence. Furthermore, it is evident that different components of empathy have differing degrees of influence in direct and indirect forms of violent behavior.




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Aggressive behavior

There are many definitions of aggressive behavior. However, different researchers agree
that it is a behavior that is intended to harm another person (3). The most common classification of aggressive behavior is reactive and proactive aggression (3). Reactive aggression is behavior that occurs in response to specific situational conditions, such as threats and provocations, and is accompanied by
changes in the physiological and emotional level. Proactive aggression is intentional behavior caused by anticipation of a desirable goal, and is controlled mainly by external reinforcement (3). Bullying represents a form of aggressive behavior. It is a subset of proactive aggressive behavior. It occurs due to the anticipation of someone’s desirable goal or domination over others, such as abuse (4).

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