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By Ken Rigby

Bullying is now commonly known as a significant challenge that aff ects many young children in faculties. it could take many kinds, together with direct verbal and actual harassment and oblique kinds resembling planned exclusion and the concentrating on of people utilizing cyber technology.

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But it may very well be the case that many of these students are simply more resilient than others and are indeed little affected by their negative experiences. Another factor that can influence the effects of bullying is the duration over which bullying has occurred. qxd 19/9/07 12:45 PM Page 50 BULLYING IN SCHOOLS have a long history of being bullied. In our survey 14 per cent of the boys and 12 per cent of the girls could recall being bullied by the same person or group for months, and over 5 per cent of boys and girls said that they had been continually bullied by the same people for over a year.

There is a tendency for girls to report being bullied more by groups. qxd 19/9/07 12:45 PM Page 39 WHAT IS GOING ON IN SCHOOLS? 6 Note: Based on samples of approximately 1100 primary school children and 3000 secondary school children. Gender in bully/victim interactions By asking students who had been bullied what gender the bully was, it became possible to make some generalisations about who was commonly involved (boys and/or girls) when bullying occurred. The following table summarises the results for students attending coeducational schools.

The consequences may be much the same. Nevertheless, I will argue that these distinctions are important ones when we come to try to understand and change the bully’s behaviour which, as we shall see, is a matter of central importance. Bullying behaviour Bullying behaviour can be almost infinitely varied. Whatever can be done repeatedly to harm another person by a stronger person or a group of persons is potentially bullying behaviour. We need to note however that ‘stronger’ does not necessarily mean physically more powerful.

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