Published Sep 30, 2022

Longjun Zhou  


As a result of the fundamental economic, cultural, and social transformations of the past several years, the structure and order of society face the challenge of a perpetually growing anomie. In education, the growing occurrence of school bullying is exemplified by the perpetrators’ younger ages and use of violence, as well as the aggravated consequences. The alarming prevalence of school bullying has not only aroused the attention of the public and the media but also prompted increased academic debate and study on the subject.


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How to Cite
Zhou, L. (2022). School Bullying: The Intolerable Evil in Children’s Growth. Best Evidence in Chinese Education, 12(1), 1543–1546. https://doi.org/10.15354/bece.22.co015