Effects of bullying

March 1994
Youth Studies Australia;Autumn1994, Vol. 13 Issue 1, p11
Academic Journal
Reports on the effects of peer victimization of Australian secondary school students. Development of suicidal tendencies and depression among female students who are bullied by their peers; Incidence of bullying in school; Adverse effects of bullying on students' health.


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