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A '''bully''' is someone who uses intimidation and coercion, rather than reason, to impose his will on others.
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A '''bully''' is someone who uses [[intimidation]] and [[coercion]], rather than [[reason]], to impose his will on others. The act of being a bully is known as [[bullying]].
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There can be many motivations for bullying, such as bad parenting, lack of rules as well as some psychological problems. Often, if a bully grows up poor or in a bad neighbourhood they will become a member of a [[gang]]. 
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Name-calling is a technique characteristic of a bully.
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Latest revision as of 14:53, 15 June 2013

A bully is someone who uses intimidation and coercion, rather than reason, to impose his will on others. The act of being a bully is known as bullying. There can be many motivations for bullying, such as bad parenting, lack of rules as well as some psychological problems. Often, if a bully grows up poor or in a bad neighbourhood they will become a member of a gang. Name-calling is a technique characteristic of a bully.