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Who is at Risk and What Are the Effects?
Who is at risk and what are the effects?

Aggressive behaviour and inequalities of power are commonplace in human groups, including peer groups in school, so bullying can be a temptation. But why do some children become victims, or take part in bullying others, and why do some become defenders, or manage to stay non-involved? A range of factors have ...

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