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The Impact of Bullying on Chinese Middle School Students

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DOI: 10.25236/ermss.2021.015


Yifan Wang

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Yifan Wang


Bullying occurs all over the world, and it is also an education issue that has attracted much attention. The rates of bullying and victimization in schools worldwide are very high. In China, the problem of bullying is also very serious. Among the 9,015 middle school students, about 25.7% have suffered bullying at least once a month, and the ratio of males to females is similar. There are significant psychosocial differences between students who participated in bullying and students who did not participate in bullying. By reading related literature, I will critically explore the impact of bullying on Chinese middle school students. The research results show that in Chinese middle schools, bullying has negative effects on victims, bullies and bystanders in many aspects, such as academic performance, psychological effects, peer relationships and their future lives. The impact on victims is broader and deeper than the impact on attackers and bullying bystanders. Finally, I will make some suggestions for policy, practice, and future research.


Bullying, victim, Aggressor, Bystander, Negative impact