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Bullying in Social Psychology

Bullying in Social Psychology

Bullying in social psychology is a complex phenomenon based on the reciprocal reinforcement mechanism where Individuals, Environment and Behavior influence one another. Bullying represents a dysfunctional relationship, one of the most serious forms of group deviance. Moreover, bullying generates lasting effects on both the bully and the victim, […]

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The Opposite of Bullying is Empathy

The Opposite of Bullying is Empathy

The opposite of bullying is empathy. Bullying is the mirror of the bad health of our society, communities and definitely schools. The growing isolation and egoism of humans has led to a total lack of interest in one another and ever-greater alienation. Indeed, alienation is the consequence […]

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Social Acceptance May Trigger Bullying

Social Acceptance May Trigger Bullying

Social acceptance may represent both a cause and an effect of bullying as well as one the most common psychological factors in group dynamics. High social acceptance is common among leaders and doers as well as in followers. High social acceptance is the key to enter a group, to live in a […]

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