Victimization of Overweight High School Students and the Cycle of Abuse

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Victimization of Overweight High School Students and the Cycle of Abuse
A Mixed-Method Assessment of the Perpetuation of Bullying Behavior
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Research on bullying behaviors have shown that victims of bullying experience trauma-related stress and can express this stress externally by becoming bullies themselves. In high school, overweight and obese students are likely to become the targets of bullying as they maintain a socially unpopular weight status. Little research has been done to observe whether obese or overweight students who are victims of bullying will become bullies themselves. A mixed-method descriptive research study using the Revised
Olweus
Bully/Victim Questionnaire is proposed....
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