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Online bullying creates off-line fear at school

Cyberbullying creates fear among students about being victimized at school, a recent study found. While traditional bullying still creates the most fear among students, cyberbullying is a significant factor for fear of victimization at school among students who have experienced bullying or disorder at school, such as the presence of gangs. The fear from cyberbullying is most prominent in minority populations.
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