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Answered: Nov 01, 2019
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N. Kingsley, Writer
Answered: Aug 16, 2018
Although bullying at the workplace has always been a big problem over the years, it has taken a worse form with the today’s growing technology. According to a recent CareerBuilder survey of...Read More

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Travis Martin, Corporate employee
Answered: Jul 23, 2018
The Philadelphia School District has had 40 schools close in the city. Students were relocated to schools in different neighborhoods, which caused numerous incidents of teen violence and...Read More

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H. Jones, Web Content Writer
Answered: Jul 23, 2018
Coming up with a successful plan to stop bullying has proven difficult. Some say that bullying should not be a law enforcement issue. None of the state laws offer the resources to implement...Read More

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Travis Martin, Corporate employee
Answered: Jul 23, 2018
There are many types of bullying, which includes physical harassment, hitting, kicking, pushing, or damaging property. Verbal bullying includes name calling, insults, teasing, intimidation,...Read More

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H. Jones, Web Content Writer
Answered: Jul 23, 2018
In September 2011, the state of New Jersey enforced the most stringent bullying law in the country. Each school had to report each case of bullying to the state. The state then grades each school...Read More

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H. Jones, Web Content Writer
Answered: Jul 23, 2018
Bullying is unwanted or aggressive behavior among school aged children that involves a real or perceived power imbalance. The behavior is usually repeated over time. The person who is bullied...Read More

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A. Daniels, Professor
Answered: Jul 23, 2018
Early intervention and effective discipline and boundaries are genuinely the best way to stop bullying. There is also counseling, either by peers, a school counselor, teachers, or the principal....Read More

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A. Daniels, Professor
Answered: Jul 23, 2018
Talk to someone you trust, such as a teacher, a parent, a friend, or family member. Realize that it is not your fault. Also, it may help you to keep a journal and write down everything the...Read More

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A. Daniels, Professor
Answered: Jul 23, 2018
Stay as close to the person as you can and be an emotional sounding board. Try to talk with them on the way to school or in between classes. Also, sit with them in the cafeteria, so they do not...Read More

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A. Daniels, Professor
Answered: Jul 23, 2018
When someone bullies you, you should not feel bad about yourself. You are being bullied because you seem to be an easy target. A bully is someone who puts other people down so that he/she can...Read More

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H. Jones, Web Content Writer
Answered: Jul 23, 2018
If your child is being harassed at school, the first line of defense is your states anti-bullying laws. All 50 states have anti-bullying laws. A common state anti-bullying law requires a school...Read More

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H. Jones, Web Content Writer
Answered: Jul 23, 2018
Bullying can traumatize those who are bullied, affect those who bully, and those who observe bullying. Bullying is linked to many adverse outcomes including influence on mental health, substance...Read More

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H. Jones, Web Content Writer
Answered: Jul 23, 2018
Physical bullying occurs most often in school; although, it can take place on the school bus while on the way to and from school. Middle school is the age when bullying is most common, with...Read More

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A. Daniels, Professor
Answered: Jul 23, 2018
The word “teasing” can have multiple meanings. When teasing is done in jest, or to be playful, it is relatively harmless; however, when teasing is persistent or unwelcome, it can be...Read More

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