You Have Had a Hard Year 2020: Because You’re Unbeatable and Unstoppable, You Had to Do This to Survive. No, Thrive! (Updated 2021)

Thriving Through Turmoil of a Tough Year Tenaciously: Audacious Arguments to Ponder – Swindled Out of Tougher Year 2021 Who did not have an extremely tough year in 2020? Looking back, what words would describe the very difficult year? Take a look: Anxiety, anger, betrayal, worry, loneliness, devastating loss, grief, pain, fear, pointless, helpless, suspense,… Continue reading You Have Had a Hard Year 2020: Because You’re Unbeatable and Unstoppable, You Had to Do This to Survive. No, Thrive! (Updated 2021)

Social Media Bullying Smackdown! Why Is Bullying A Social Issue? Its Prevention

What Does Cyber Bullying Mean? How to Close the Gates of Social Media Bullying Menace: Definition What is social media bullying? Social media bullying is the use of electronic technology to embarrass, harass, and threaten or socially excluding others (Nidirect Government Services, 2013). Despite the fact that social media enables internet users to interact and… Continue reading Social Media Bullying Smackdown! Why Is Bullying A Social Issue? Its Prevention

The Complex Group Phenomenon of Bullying: Interaction of Diverse Activities & Social Relationships Dynamics Create Bullies

Bullying Is A Hostile Activity: Arrogance In Action, Utter Contempt Without Remorse, Empathy or Compassion Bullying is a conscious, willful, deliberate, hostile activity intended to harm, where one gets pleasure from somebody else’s pain (Coloroso, 2014). Scratch an actor and underneath you will find another actor. – Anonymous Playwright In the TedX Talk video below,… Continue reading The Complex Group Phenomenon of Bullying: Interaction of Diverse Activities & Social Relationships Dynamics Create Bullies

Kohlberg’s Stages of Moral Development: Moral Reasoning In Face of Moral Dilemma and Justice

Impact of Stages of Moral Development on Law Enforcement Investigations Moral Judgement, Character and Leadership Lawrence Kohlberg was inspired by Jean Piaget’s work on moral judgment to create a stage theory of moral development in childhood. The theory includes three levels and six stages of moral development and thinking. Each level includes two stages. The levels… Continue reading Kohlberg’s Stages of Moral Development: Moral Reasoning In Face of Moral Dilemma and Justice