Bullying is when a person or a group shows unwanted aggression to another person who is not a sibling or a current dating partner.1 Cyberbullying (or “electronic aggression”) is bullying that is done electronically, including through the Internet, e-mail, or mobile devices, among others.
Bullying can be2:
To be considered bullying, the behavior in question must be aggressive.2 The behavior must also involve an imbalance of power (e.g., physical strength, popularity, access to embarrassing details about a person) and be repetitive, meaning that it happens more than once or is highly likely to be repeated.2
Bullying also includes cyberbullying and workplace bullying.
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