Bullying and the Risk for Violence

Solon, Raquelle L.
March 2015
Security: Solutions for Enterprise Security Leaders;Mar2015, Vol. 52 Issue 3, p71
Trade Publication
The article offers a clarification on bullying and provides tips to address the bullying behavior. It states the characteristics of school and workplace bullying which mentions that the intentions for bullying differ by age. Other topics cited include how to address bullying on campus, how bullying occurs, and warning signs and intervention tips.


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