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bully

A person who uses physical or psychological means or force to get his or her way, esp. by intimidating or hurting others who may be smaller or weaker.
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She said case history of the bullying child should be traced so that it could be established that why the child was bullying others.
Khaleej Times asked students how they would respond to bullying, and many responses encouraged victims not to feel guilty and report any incidents to authority figures.
Bullying as a child can have serious consequences on someones wellbeing, so its important we get on board with events such as Anti-Bullying Week 2016 to show zero tolerance for bullying,
However, little research to date has explored how bullying is portrayed in YAL, specifically whether the information about bullying is accurate in comparison to current research or students' experiences, and how these portrayals in YAL can be used as part of anti-bullying initiatives in school classrooms.
Although antigay bullying and harassment occur outside the clinic, providers can encounter both the perpetrator and the victim as patients and not realize it.
Workplace bullying is when one person or group of people in a workplace singles out another person for unreasonable, embarrassing, or intimidating treatment.
Bullying may be physical, verbal and social and it may occur in different settings like workplaces, homes and in all those places that involve social groups interacting with each other.
Incidents of bullying or being bullied were based on reports from the children, parents and teachers.
The causes of bullying are complex and reducing this potentially explosive issue is critical for K-12 schools.