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Section 18
Parental Characteristics Associated With Bullying Perpetration in US Children Aged 10 to 17 Years

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-Rashmi Shetgiri, MD, Hua Lin, PhD, Rosa M. Avila, MSPH, and Glenn Flores, MD. Parental Characteristics Associated With Bullying Perpetration in US Children Aged 10 to 17 Years. American Journal of Public Health, December 2012, Vol 102, No. 12. pages 2280-2286.
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A study of 900 middle schoolers finds that students who report having a sense of belonging both at home and school are less likely to engage in bullying.

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