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Social media offers ‘no escape' for bullying victims

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The ever-changing world of social media has emerged as a prime bullying zone that offers “no escape,” child psychologists say.
Nearly 14 percent of students in the state reported being bullied online in 2017, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention High School Youth Risk Behavior Survey, and child psychologists say it's hard for parents and teachers to keep up.
William Sharp, an assistant psychology professor at Northeastern, pointed to Snapchat, an app on which he said many kids are being bullied. The app automatically deletes photos, videos and texts, leaving no...
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