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Bullying in Peru

There is a “code of silence” that pervades Peruvian society, which makes it hard to get a definitive answer as to the level of bullying in Peru, a study at the University  De San Martin De Porres in Lima, Peru concluded. This university study said even students are hesitant to admit they have been bullied because

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The Sad Elements of Bullying in Schools

Bullying in schools is not a thing of the past nor is it fading into the distance. Unfortunately, bullying is still a significant issue in schools across the world and according to the National Association of African American Students, “Each day, 160,000 students miss school for fear of being bullied.” While it can take on

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Physical Bullying in the UK

Bullying in the UK has been around for centuries. Until probably the 1960s it was tolerated and often a part of commonplace life. Economically, the frequency of the problem occurred more often among blue collar class levels, but even well-to-do classes were not immune, with many realizing and experiencing bullying physical in boarding schools. Today,

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Tips to Help Children Avoid Bullying

No parent ever wants to see his or her child in distress. Therefore, when a parent discovers that his or her child is being bullied, emotions can run very high. Many parents have the first instinct to want to call up the mother or father of the bully and put an end to the problem

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Facts Every Parent Needs To Know About Bullying In Ireland

So what about Bullying in Ireland ? – Long range studies show that approximately 60% of boys who were characterized as bullies in grades 6-9 had at least one conviction by the age of 24. Even more dramatically, as much as 30-40% of former bullies had three or more convictions by this age. Thus as

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Social Bullying – A Major Blow to the Social Networking Sites

Social bullying refers to a deliberate and constantly repeated aggressive social behavior. Its perpetrators mainly aim at hurting the victim and making them feel lesser than their peers. In most cases, it affects youths and often results into social isolation. Bullies use this form of bullying to improve their social and relational standing in a

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