Bullying in schools: Epidemiology and prevention

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R K Gorea

Abstract

Bullying is seen in different spheres of life but is more worrisome in schools because deleterious effects are more pronounced in victims of bullying at schools due to the young age of the victims. Different forms of bullying are observed but their effects are mostly similar though their severity varies depending on the attitude of the bullied student. Some places in any school are more prone to incidences of bullying and these areas should be specially taken care of to prevent bullying. Various strategies are adopted depending upon research in a particular institution or state but the involvement of all stakeholders is important to reduce the incidences of bullying.

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Gorea, R. (2016). Bullying in schools: Epidemiology and prevention. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ETHICS, TRAUMA & VICTIMOLOGY, 2(02), 6-9. Retrieved from https://www.forensicwayout.org/journals/index.php/IJETV/article/view/991
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