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Bullying is a problem that can't be solved by saying 'boys will be boys' we need new strategies to combat the age old problem of bullying.
Does bullying really exist among kindergarten children? The answer is a clear yes, because kids can learn that their behavior is rewarding and continue.
A recent bullying study shows that the social environment of the classroom plays a big role in determining if elementary students report bullying.
Get all the facts you need to understand and prevent bullying, at school and online.
Get the facts about bullying.
This article looks at what is bullying and what school and educators can do to stop the bullying problems.  Offers some interventions to the bullying problem.
Bullying is a relationship problem that requires relationship solutions. There's a role for parents to intervene in bullying, but when and how
Kids in the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender community are too often the victims of harassment. Find out how you can help stop LGBTQ bullying.
Parents should not rely solely on teachers and school counselors to help prevent bullying because the effects of bullying go beyond school
Bully-victims often experience behavioral and emotional difficulties after being bullied themselves or have bullied others.
The article discusses the common characteristics of bullying and describe who are the likelihood victims of these bullies.
Summarizes common causes and antecedents of bullying behavior as well as recommended interventions to decrease bullying incidents.
'Why do kids bully?' A simple question with complex answers. This article lists many of the risk factors that help answer the question, 'Why do kids bully?'
Learn about the different forms that bullying can take and how to handle each scenario.
Bullying incidents tend to involve three groups: Bullies, Victims, and Bystanders. Before intervening, it's important to understand the nature of each.
If your child's a bully, there are steps that you can take to curb his aggressive behavior. Here's ways he can handle conflict without resorting to bullying.
Bullying includes not only stereotype behavior such as shoving and pushing but also more subtle forms of aggression such as exclusion or rumor spreading.
There is agreement among researchers that interventions against bullying should be targeted at the peer group level instead of individual bullies and victims.
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