Use this definition of bullying to complete the survey questions:
Bullying is an act that is done on purpose to threaten, harass, intimidate, or hurt others. The person being bullied has a hard time defending himself or herself. Usually, bullying happens over and over again, and is not just a one-time problem. Bullying can involve a number of different behaviors including:
--Physical bullying (punching, shoving, hitting, destruction of property, etc.)
--Verbal bullying (teasing people, calling them names, or making fun of them)
--Social/emotional bullying (spreading mean rumors or gossip, intentionally keeping people out of a group or ignoring them, or getting others to "gang up" on someone)
--Cyberbullying (teasing, taunting, threatening, or harassing someone through the use of e-mails, cell phones, text or instant messaging, or other electronic methods).
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