Bully, bully

Leo, John
May 2001
U.S. News & World Report;05/21/2001, Vol. 130 Issue 20, p15
Offers observations on a study of bullying in the United States. Problem that the study takes harmless or minor things that ordinary children do and turns them into examples of bullying; Survey methods and results; View that rumors and dirty looks and putting up with horrible classmates are all part of growing up; How adults should not turn this type of behavior into quasi-criminal activity; Antibulling crusades in Europe.


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