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Cyber-bullying accompanies traditional bullying in almost three out of four cases

Almost three in four people who are being bullied online are also being bullied in the more traditional way, a study has found.

24th August, 2013

Almost three in four people who are being bullied online are also being bullied in the more traditional way, a study has found. The Irish research has also shown that less than 1 per cent of those who were victims or witnesses to cyber-bullying would tell an adult.

The survey was carried out last year in Trinity College Dublin's Anti-Bullying Centre (ABC), which was founded by anti-bullying expert Professor Mona O'Moore. It also found that more...

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