Socio-demographic factors in influencing the role of bully and victim among the Malay female juvenile detainees in rehabilitation centre before detention
Nor syamimi, Mohamed Adnan
Siti Norayu, Mohd Basir
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Bullying has been a detrimental behaviour which causes negative consequences on mental health issues (Kaltiala-Heino, R.; Rimpela, M.; Rantanen, F. & Rimpela, A. 2000), social and interpersonal relationship issues (Carlson, K.T., 2006a), environmental issues, education and academic issues; and even economic issues (Carlson, K.T., 2006b). Bullying is an act that is elicited from even young age to adulthood (Bender, D. Losel, F., 2011), which never ceased on crime-related behaviour (Baker, 2006) or other deviant act (Currie, C.; Zanotti C.; Morgan A., 2012 in Reports World Health Organization 2009/2010) that causes greater impact on health (Menesini, E; Modena, M. & Tani, F. (2009), safety (Waseem, Muhammad; Ryan, Mary; Foster, Carla Boutin; Peterson, Janey, 2013), and the well-being of the surrounding society (Wolke, Dieter & Lereya, Suzet Tanya, 2015).