Bullies Move Beyond the Schoolyard

@article{Patchin2006BulliesMB,
  title={Bullies Move Beyond the Schoolyard},
  author={Justin W. Patchin and S. Hinduja},
  journal={Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice},
  year={2006},
  volume={4},
  pages={148 - 169}
}
Bullying in a school setting is an important social concern that has received increased scholarly attention in recent years. Specifically, its causes and effects have been under investigation by a number of researchers in the social and behavioral sciences. A new permutation of bullying, however, has recently arisen and become more common: Techsavvy students are turning to cyberspace to harass their peers. This exploratory article discusses the nature of bullying and its transmutation to the… 

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