UNH prof: Epidemic of bullying accusations makes term increasingly meaningless




More attention to the phenomenon may help real victims, but there's also a risk that ''words like bully and victim have just become meaningless labels for people who are seriously mistreated in school environments and in the workplace,'' said Malcolm Smith, a professor in the University of New Hampshire's education department who founded an anti-bullying program called ''The Courage to Care.''
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