Watch Your Back

Klass, Perri
August 2010
Town & Country;Aug2010, Vol. 164 Issue 5633, p60
The article presents the author's insights on school bullying in which she features the experience of a teenaged girl named Phoebe Prince of Massachusetts who committed suicide after being regularly assaulted by a group is also being mentioned.


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