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Rising up the social ladder may increase likelihood of being bullied
Rising up the social ladder may increase likelihood of being bullied (April 2, 2014 - Insidermedicine) From North Carolina - Becoming more popular may raise risk of being bullied, according to a report published in American Sociological Review. Researchers studied over 4,000 youths enrolled in greets 8-10. Participants were from 19 different schools and their network of friends was closely examined. Results showed that as teens became more popular, their risk of bullying increased. Only those children who were among the most 5% of popular children in school were at low risk of being bullied.
 
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