Published in Church and Life (1826) 30.11.2011-21.12.2011 No 18
Bullying is described as a form of aggressive behaviour, manifested by the use of force or coercion which involves an imbalance of power repeated towards particular victims. Typically it involves methods of intimidation. Bullying can exist between nations; it can obviously involve murder and other violent acts and can lead to massive immigration. Bullying is often quoted as the primary cause of both World Wars. It has been the cause of many massacres around the world in recent history.