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What is Bully-Victim

Handbook of Research on Bullying in Media and Beyond
Individuals who are both bully and victim who are bullied while being bullied.
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Effects of Bullying on Child Health
İlknur Yıldız (Sivas Cumhuriyet University, Turkey)
Copyright: © 2023 |Pages: 13
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-6684-5426-8.ch018
Bullying is an important problem that concerns children, families, and society. In this chapter, the effects of bullying on children's health are discussed. The aim of the chapter is to reveal the effects of bullying on the health of children and adolescents in all aspects and to determine the measures that can be taken to prevent these effects. The chapter focuses on the definition of bullying; its types, prevalence; physical, psychological, and long-term effects; and preventive approaches. It is thought that the information in the chapter will contribute to all professionals working with children.
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Cyberbullying: An Overview of Cyberbullying
People who are both engage in bullying but also a victim of cyber bullying event.
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Peer Bullying
A bully-victim is a person who sometimes displays bullying behaviors and sometimes is victimized by bullies.
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