Bullying in Venezuela

Venezuela is different from most South American nations because of its strong socialistic government, and one of the few purely communist nations still existing. Even so, it has its issues with bullying much like the rest of the nations in the area do. Bullying in Venezuela is a reality just like it is in other countries, and many Latin American […]

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Bullying in Ireland

Bullying in Ireland A recent study in Ireland shows that up to 15% of students  in Ireland have been cyber bullied, while about half that number reported that they have bullied others. Bullying is nothing new; it’s been around since ancient times, but when you think of the progress we’ve made in other areas since the Stone Age, it’s clear […]

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The Startling Facts about Cyberbullying in the UK

Digital technology has been a tremendous boon to countries all over the world. The Internet has made its mark in almost every culture, enhancing education, communications and socialization as well as boosting economies. Digital advances, however, also have their drawbacks. Along with all the good, consistent Internet use increases the risk of cyberbullying, especially among the younger generation. By definition, […]

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Bullying in Malawi

Malawi is a largely agricultural country in Africa known for its diverse natural landscapes, large freshwater lake, and friendly people.  Located in the southeast portion of the continent, Malawi has experienced many of the same ups and downs of other African countries – specifically: poverty, HIV/AIDS, political corruption, gender bias, and a shortage of medical care.  These social and economic […]

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Bullying in El Salvador

Bullying is a problem in El Salvador, just as it is anywhere in the world, but it is perhaps made worse in this South American nation with gang violence. An NPR report said someone dies as a result of gang violence every hour here, and often it is girls who are victims. The gangs do a lot of bullying and […]

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