Bullying is defined as aggressive acts being inflicted by one or more individuals to another individual who appears weaker. In the United States alone one in four children falls victim to bullying. Several different types of bullying are discussed including verbal, reactive, relational, racial, sexual, and cyberbullying. Characteristics of bullies and victims are provided to help readers gain an understanding of who might be a bully or a victim. The detrimental effects that bullies and victims face are described. Bully prevention programs are extremely effective in preventing bullying and changing the effects that victims and bullies experience.
Year Manuscript Completed
Senior Project Advisor
Mrs. Melynda Conner
Bachelor of Integrated Studies Degree
Field of Study
Lentine, Christine, "Bullying In Schools" (2018). Integrated Studies. 144.