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  1. Megan Meier

    Megan Meier


    Megan Taylor Meier (November 6, 1992 – October 17, 2006) was an American teenager from Dardenne Prairie, Missouri, who died of suicide by hanging three weeks before her 14th birthday. A year later, Meier's parents prompted an investigation into the matter and her suicide was attributed to cyberbullying through the social networking website Myspace. Lori Drew, the mother of a friend of Meier, was indicted on the matter in 2008, but was acquitted in the 2009 case United States v. Drew.

  2. Suicide of Ryan Halligan

    Suicide of Ryan Halligan


    Ryan Patrick Halligan (December 18, 1989 – October 7, 2003) was an American student from Essex Junction, Vermont, who committed suicide at the age of 13 after being bullied from his classmates in real life and cyber-bullying online. According to the Associated Press, Halligan was repeatedly sent homophobic instant messages, and was "threatened, taunted and insulted incessantly".

  3. Odd Girl Out

    Odd Girl Out (2005)


    Odd Girl Out is a 2005 drama telefilm starring Alexa Vega, Lisa Vidal, Elizabeth Rice, Alicia Morton, Leah Pipes, Shari Dyon Perry, Joey Nappo and Chad Biagini. First aired April 4, 2005 on Lifetime, the film is based on the book Odd Girl Out: The Hidden Culture of Aggression in Girls by Rachel Simmons. It sheds light into the topic of girls' hostility and bullying.

  4. Aiko, Princess Toshi

    Aiko, Princess Toshi


    Princess Aiko, The Princess Toshi (敬宮愛子内親王 Toshi-no-miya Aiko Naishinnō, born 1 December 2001) is the only child of Naruhito, Crown Prince of Japan and his wife, Masako.

  5. Heinz Leymann

    Heinz Leymann


    Heinz Leymann was born on July 17, 1932 in Wolfenbüttel, Germany. He was a Swedish citizen. He was famous for his studies on mobbing among humans. He had a degree in pedagogical psychology, and another one in psychiatry and worked as a psychologist. He was a professor at Umeå University. He died in 1999 in Stockholm.

  6. Blame



    Blame is the act of censuring, holding responsible, making negative statements about an individual or group that their action or actions are socially or morally irresponsible, the opposite of praise. When someone is morally responsible for doing something wrong their action is blameworthy. By contrast, when someone is morally responsible for doing something right, we may say that his or her action is praiseworthy. There are other senses of praise and blame that are not ethically relevant. One may praise someone's good dress sense, and blame the weather for a crop failure.

  7. Murder of Bobby Kent

    Murder of Bobby Kent


    Bobby Kent (May 12, 1973 – July 14, 1993) was an American who was murdered by seven people, including his best friend, Martin Joseph "Marty" Puccio, Jr. (born March 21, 1973) in Weston, Florida.

  8. Louise Burfitt-Dons

    Louise Burfitt-Dons


    Louise Burfitt-Dons, FRSA (née Byres; born 22 October 1953) is a British writer and social commentator, humanitarian and political activist who is best known for her anti-bullying work as the founder of the charity Act Against Bullying. She was the Conservative Party candidate for MP for Nottingham North in the 2015 general election.

  9. Andrea Adams

    Andrea Adams


    Andrea Adams (died 7 November 1995) was a BBC broadcaster and journalist known for insightful programs that she wrote and produced for Radio 4's Does He Take Sugar and Woman's Hour.

  10. Tim Field

    Tim Field


    Tim Field (24 April 1952 in Eastbourne - 15 January 2006) was a prominent British anti-bullying activist with his main focus relating to workplace bullying.

  11. Gary Namie

    Gary Namie


    Gary Namie is social psychologist and anti-workplace bullying activist from Bellingham, Washington. He is the director of the Workplace Bullying Institute.

  12. Andy Hickson

    Andy Hickson


    Wikipedia is hosted by the Wikimedia Foundation, a non-profit organization that also hosts a range of other projects:

  13. Kenneth Westhues

    Kenneth Westhues


    Kenneth Westhues is a professor of sociology at the University of Waterloo, Ontario, Canada. In particular, he has researched the phenomina of mobbing as human bullying behaviour. His publications include an article explaining the Virginia Tech massacre in terms of character–situation interplay, accusing many of the professors and students of mobbing.

  14. SuEllen Fried

    SuEllen Fried

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    SuEllen Fried is an American bullying prevention activist, writer and educator. She was number 900 on President George H. W. Bush's Thousand Points of Light foundation list in 1993.

  15. Deborah Temkin

    Deborah Temkin

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    Deborah A. Temkin, Ph.D. (born August 24, 1985) is a child development and prevention research scientist, specializing in bullying prevention, school climate, and connecting education policy to healthy youth development. She was the Research and Policy Coordinator for Bullying Prevention Initiatives at the U.S. Department of Education from 2010–2012, where she was charged with coordinating the Obama administration's bullying prevention efforts, including launching StopBullying.gov. She was a finalist for the 2012 "Call to Service Medal" for the Samuel J. Heyman Service to America Medals for her work at the Department. Temkin is currently a senior research scientist at Child Trends.

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