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Is Trump a Bully?

Melania Trump, wife of the presidential candidate, has spoken out on the issue of online bullying. On CNN, and on Twitter, she has stated that online bullying has to be combatted. Some, however, may find this news ironic considering the manner in which her husband has conducted his campaign for the presidency.  With people of all

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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

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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

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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

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Bullying in Portugal

Aggressive behavior, stronger children attacking weaker children, has always been around, but it is only over the last few decades that the term “bullying” has grabbed attention. Bullying in Portugal is seen as a real problem, but it is hard to pin down solid data. Bullying statistics show similar results in different regions of the

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Cyberbullying in Australia: Reaching Epic Proportions

In the world of digital technology, there are both advantages and disadvantages. The Internet offers numerous amenities that countries all over the world benefit from on a daily basis. Australia is no exception. At the same time, digital technology can pose problems when used in an inappropriate manner. Cyberbullying is one of those problems. Many

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Bullying in Hungary

Scandinavian nations may lead the world in nobullying measures, but the central European nation of Hungary as among the lowest percentages of bullying in the world. A study that examined 11 European nations found bullying statistics show among 11-18 year old kids, bullying in Hungry is at about 10 percent. The average was 20 percent

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Bullying in Turkey

Turkey is a beautiful country that strategically lies as the gateway between the Middle East and Europe.  But despite it’s long history and ancient beauty, Turkey is a country where bullying takes places everyday and within many different environments.  Educational professionals are aware of the problem and provide all telling statistics that sheds light on the

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Bullying in France

Since 2014, France increased its anti-bullying efforts as it tries to learn how to stop bullying. Bullying statistics and news reports of the high profile cases about workplace bullying that effects adults, youth bullying, and bullying in French schools, shows the extent of the problem. The history of French law now makes these acts illegal.

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Bullying in Pakistan

The December 22, 2015 report from Nobullying about bullying in Pakistan talked about many types of bullying in Pakistan, including cyberbullying, school bullying, and workplace bullying. The statistics on the history of bullying show that men and boys are victims of bullies in Pakistan, however women and girls experience much more bullying than the males

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Bullying in Myanmar

Myanmar was Burma under British occupation during 1824 to 1948. It became Myanmar under military rule from 1962 to the present time. Statistics on bullying, bullying cases, bullying facts, internet bullying, high school bullying, office bullying, bullying awareness, and facts about cyberbullying, are virtually non-existent for the country of Myanmar. There are no studies of

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Bullying in Vatican City

Vatican City is the smallest, independently recognized nation state in the world with a population of 842 people. It consists of about 110 acres of land, located within the city of Rome that is a walled enclave. It is the center of the Holy See, which represents over one billion Catholics globally. The Holy See

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