The current situation of school bullying among secondary school students in Da Nang city, Vietnam
Bullying in schools is often regarded as one of the most serious problems facing educational systems around the world, particularly in developing countries. The term "school bullying" refers to a variety of abusive behaviors that take place inside the context of an educational institution, as well as hostile behaviors that take place among school-age children. These abusive behaviors present themselves in a variety of violent acts at various degrees, ranging from verbal to nonverbal, from simple to hostile, aggressive, and destructive actions, all of which have the potential to cause harm to others. The findings of this study, which was conducted on a sample of 978 secondary school students from across the city of Da Nang, Vietnam, were used to assess the causes of and preventative methods for school bullying. Approximately 19.1 percent of children report experiencing school violence 2-4 times per year; 27.5 percent report experiencing more than five times per year, and 6.4 percent report experiencing more than ten times per year.
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