Franklin, Kris
September 2013
National Lawyers Guild Review;Fall2013, Vol. 70 Issue 3, p174
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the impacts of bullying on human health. It states that people who bully others are prone to suffer from mental health problems, academic failures, and substance abuse. Bullying is not only a threat on public health, it is also a threat on the lives of people who are bullied. Records reveal that many victims of bullying, including gay and lesbians, have committed suicide.


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