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Bullying can be described as:
In terms of the profile of a bully, some characteristics that are evident are:
Social cruelty occurs when a child aggressively attacks another child with words or actions directed towards injuring the victim’s well-being, in order to:
True or false: Teasing is the act of making fun of a difference in someone in order to criticise his/ her traits, diminish his/her social standing and thus set him/her apart socially.
For the child being bullied, bullying is associated with significant loss, such as the:
Exclusion is the:
Girls experience exclusion as:
Two kinds of rumours can be described as:
The majority of peers become bystanders because:
Reasons for not telling adults about bullying situations are:
In terms of cyberbullying, denigration occur when the bully:
One of the qualities that has been seen in the families of a bully is:
When victims of bullying get no support:
Hennie Vorster refers to some of today’s prominent figures who have disclosed as being the victims of bullying in their youth are:
Two areas of the brain that play a role in emotions and how we react to be bullying are: