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What is Bullying, Exactly?

A real problem with bullying prevention is the many “definitions” of bullying. Parents, teachers, all adults working with children, and the children themselves will all benefit from a more consistent definition of where “just kidding” leaves off and bullying begins. Part of the problem is that bullying keeps evolving – our widening understanding of aspects …

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New Report Shows More Girls Than Boys Are Bullied In Ontario

A new report released by Canada’s Centre for Addiction and Mental Health showed that 15% percent of boys, and a staggering 28% of girls have been victims of cyberbullying. The numbers were even higher for bullying in school, affecting 31% of girls, compared to 26% of boys. The gender imbalance in favor of girls bullying and being …

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Lorna Discusses “Bullying Epidemic: Not Just Child’s Play” on TVO Parents

TVOParents featured Lorna’s discussion of “Bullying Epidemic: Not Just Child’s Play“ on November 23, 2011. In this interview, Lorna stressed that bullying isn’t just a schoolyard problem, but a reflection of broader societal values that foster bullying. TVO Parents, an interactive online community offering expert advice, news and the latest research on early-years education issues, …

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