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oa Crime Research in South Africa - Peer victimisation in schools : predisposition to, reasons for and measures against this prevalent phenomenon

 

Abstract

Peer victimisation is a form of harassment and anti-social behaviour which prevails in all segments of the school community. Bullying can take many forms: physical, emotional, verbal or a combination of these. It may involve one child bullying another, a group of children against a single child or groups against other groups.

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2003-06-01
2016-12-04
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