October 2015
Dolly;Oct2015, Issue 537, p40
An interview with several teenagers are presented in which they discuss their experiences with bullying. Topics covered include the different types of bullying such as cyber, physical and verbal, ways in which gossiping can be bullying, and sadness and anger felt at being victims of bullying. Also mentioned are possible reasons for bullying such as jealousy and insecurity, and preventing bullying through education and empathy.


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