What is bullying? - Deepstash
What is bullying?

What is bullying?

Kids and pupils have always been teasing and huffing each other. Not every verbal or non verbal aggression is considered bullying though.

We call it bullying when:

  • Kids are harassed over a longer period of time
  • The same kids are always the victims
  • There is a difference in power between the bullying kids and the victims
  • The bullying attacks are usually performed in hidden environments (so that teachers and adults can't see it)

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