For decades, bullying, more than any other safety problem in schools, has continued to attract more attention. The problem is escalated even further by the fact that most bullying incidences often pass unreported hence the problem keeps on evading measures that are put to ensure its aversion. Sampson (n.d) defines bullying as a repeated physical, psychological or verbal intimidation against another person who in one way or another is unable to defend himself or herself. According to Sampson (n.d), repeated harm and imbalance of power are the main components of bullying. Ideally, bullying is normally done Continue reading...