Pathological Teasing and Bullying Turned Deadly: Shooters and Suicide

@article{Burgess2006PathologicalTA,
  title={Pathological Teasing and Bullying Turned Deadly: Shooters and Suicide},
  author={Ann Wolbert Burgess and Christina Garbarino and Mary Carlson},
  journal={Victims \& Offenders},
  year={2006},
  volume={1},
  pages={1 - 14}
}
Abstract Bullying, a form of interpersonal violence, has emerged in the 21st century as an important public health issue. Bullying during childhood and adolescence is a common problem and occurs almost universally. It may be viewed on a continuum as a relationship problem in which power and aggression are inflicted on a vulnerable person to cause distress. However, teasing and bullying can turn deadly. A deeply troubled youth, after years of chronic bullying, may decide he has no alternative… Expand
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