Have you found those questions to be effective when dealing with bullies?
I responded to your question and put in references to School Bullying, and when I submitted my response, with Links to references, the Message came back that my response would be reviewed by a moderator.
Basically, there are several objectives to consider when dealing with a Bully.
Self-Confidence of the Target.
Secrecy strategies for the Bully
Display of fear by the Target
Associations with the target's friends.
Injury risk to the Target
Excessive Injury to the Bully
Excessive Antagonism of the Bully
Positive Dialogue with the Bully
So these are some criterea by which to judge the effectiveness of shouted questions.
I do not mean to suggest that shouting indicriminantly is always the best option when confronted by a Bully. But having positive phrases in mind, to allow the bully to back off, while still saving face, can be constructive. Discussing and practicing shouting phrases during the practice of sub-teen Aikido training may at least increase self-confidence and reduce fear of bullies.
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