Bullying: A State of Affairs

Neiman, Samantha; Robers, Brandon; Robers, Simone
October 2012
Journal of Law & Education;Oct2012, Vol. 41 Issue 4, p603
Academic Journal
The article focuses on bullying in schools in the U.S. Topics include the rate of suicide among students that have been bullied, the use of Internet in bullying, and the effectiveness of state statutory bullying laws. Information is provided on the prevention of bullying through intervention and educational programs, why bullying varies between states in the U.S., and the definition of bullying behavior. It is noted that cyber-bullying remains one of the most common forms of bullying in the U.S. in 2012.


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