Bullying

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Bullying

Chowne, Parson Stoyle
terrorizes parish; kidnaps children. [Br. Lit.: The Maid of Sker, Walsh Modern, 94–95]
Claypole, Noah
bully; becomes thief in Fagin’s gang. [Br. Lit.: Oliver Twist]
Curley
he picks on feeble-minded Lennie. [Am. Lit.: Of Mice and Men]
Flashman, Harry
unconscionably impudent and overbearing coward. [Br. Lit.: Flashman; Tom Brown’s Schooldays]
hector
street gang member (early 1600s). [Br. Hist.: Espy, 40]
Kowalski, Stanley
crude humor, animal maleness. [Am. Lit.: A Streetcar Named Desire]
McTeague
forbidden to practice dentistry, he becomes mean and surly. [Am. Lit.: McTeague]
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Physical and mental health issues related to bullying in schools.
Head teachers and education chiefs from Kirklees are supporting a national campaign to crack down on bullying in schools.
Vermont prohibits bullying in schools within its anti-hazing law.
Meanwhile, the Washington State Senate passed a bill that would outlaw bullying in schools.
org to help reduce bullying in schools, recreational programs, and community organizations.
Pupils experienced less bullying in schools where there is a strong ethos that promotes equality and diversity.
No child deserves to be a victim and we now have the tools in place to address the issue of bullying in schools.
PACER offers educators, students, families, and individuals the tools they need to address bullying in schools, the community, and online.
Both bills outlaw bullying in schools and aim to curb harassment that is verbal, physical or electronic, and causes students harm.
Children discussed issues including cyber-bullying and raciallymotivated bullying as part of a UK-wide campaign aiming to emphasise the issue of bullying in schools, workplaces and other settings.
This international theme issue aims to explore ways to address issues of violence and bullying in schools, describe the components of effective violence or bully prevention programs, examine the impact of bullying and violence on children's lives, and discuss the roles of the media, teachers, and children's books in highlighting the issues and seeking solutions.