Bullying behavior among school students: A review

Aleem, Sheema
October 2016
Indian Journal of Health & Wellbeing;2016, Vol. 7 Issue 10, p976
Academic Journal
Bullying is a universal phenomenon with devastating consequences for the victim and the society at large. Bullying takes many forms and mechanisms. Various explanations have been offered on why children and young persons, particularly those in schools and colleges bully. The review looks into the various causal factors as well as its overwhelming impact on the victim. It also examines the new ways of bullying including ebullying and cybervictimisationthat are becoming rampant.


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