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Dec 02, 2019 2019-12-02

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Research Findings on the “Why” of Bullying

Bullying behavior often emerges in childhood, and the consequences for victims can last a lifetime, but what makes a child become a bully? Researchers have continued to consider the reasons children bully their peers, increasingly finding that more than one type of bully exists. The stereotype that all bullies are aggressive with self-esteem issues is too simplistic, researchers say; the mentality of bullying is much more complex. An article on the BBC Future website delves into these complexities.

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