Bullying leads to both short-term and long-term adverse consequences.
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Children who are bullied are more likely to suffer from depression and anxiety. They are also more likely to contemplate or attempt suicide.
Anti-bullying laws can both help and hurt students.
All states have anti-bullying laws in place. Here's why they don't work.
An artist’s representation of how different people are involved in bullying.
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Research shows that teachers either overlook bullying behaviors or even endorse them.
Employees who chose to be emotionally manipulative may also have high emotional intelligence.
Employees who admitted to being emotionally manipulative in a survey may also be perceived as being emotionally intelligent in their workplaces, a study has found.
Enough! There is a way to end the harassment of women in science.
The public outing of a number of high profile scientists in sexual harassment cases shows the current system of protecting women isn't working. But there is a solution.
Most of the cyberbullying in the study occurred through work related text messaging and instant message services.
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One in five government employees are experiencing or observing workplace cyberbullying, a study shows.
Toxic leaders make for exploitative, destructive, devaluing and demeaning work experiences.
Three in ten leaders across the world are toxic. Toxic leaders destroy individuals as well as organisations, and affect the performance of a society and country.
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More than a third of school principals have suffered physical violence from parents and students.
School principals are experiencing increasing levels of violence and threats from students and parents. What needs to change?
Research shows that female academics and those with family commitments were more likely to be bullied.
A new study shows that academics in regional universities are more likely to experience bullying than their city peers.
Risk to patients and staff.
Bullying isn't just about the victim and the aggressor – everyone in the workplace plays their part.
Committing to genuine action to address the ‘toxic culture’ is a positive step, but the actual detox will require more radical surgery to some deeply held beliefs.
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Workplaces should try to eliminate situations where bullying can occur, rather than put responsibility on workers to behave nicely.
Like cancer, bullying will affect a majority of employees during their working lives, as a victim, witness, or perhaps as the alleged bully. And like cancer, there's no silver bullet to cure bullying.
Where did the children go post-Katrina?
There were only 3,964 seniors in the graduating New Orleans class of 2015, which represents only half of the original cohort of babies. What happened to the missing children?
Is the data correct that there are fewer bullies in elite schools, or is something else at play?
Recent survey data revealed that twice as many parents of public school students reported their children had been bullied compared to private school parents.
All female athletes in a study reported bullying as a major challenge despite not being asked about it.
New research has found talented adolescent female athletes are bullied for their successes by their school peers.
Children often need to be told to be inclusive.
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When teachers and schools remind children to be inclusive, they are nicer to those not in their 'group'.
Women are far more likely to receive negative or threatening comments while gaming.
Some of the harassment women face while playing video games could be due to bully tactics employed by lower status men.
Threats of legal action may force schools to take action on bullying, but this should not be their main driver.
A former pupil is suing her school for the psychiatric harm she allegedly suffered from bullying.
School bullying takes its toll later in life too.
Children who were bullied had more than a two-fold increase in odds of depression later in life compared with children not victimised by their peers.