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Harassment is not only experienced by students. Academics can be victims too, writes Sara McDonald
Despite legislation, codes of practice and zero tolerance campaigns, harassment and bullying are frequent occurrences. For academics, harassment by students is becoming more common.
Some people turn to bullying to cope with difficult situations, taking their own pain or anger out on others. Bullies often have the social strength and ability to manipulate others and possess more life coping strategies than their victims (Lynch 2004). Dick and Rayner (2004) categorise bullying into the four types described in Box 1.
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