RESEARCH: Tormentors

Viadero, Debra
January 2003
Education Week;1/15/2003, Vol. 22 Issue 18, p24
Focuses on research that explores the apparent link between bullying and school violence in the schools of the United States. Reasons for attention given to bullying in the schools; Facts regarding the bullies; Views of the people in the country on bullying; Difference between the bully victims and hard core bullies; Solutions provided to cut down bullying.


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