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Reading Rehearsal: The Second R Read this paragraph, and complete the outline below. Bullies have traits in common as well, some of which can be traced to their upbringing. The parents of bullies often seem indifferent to what their children do outside the home but use "power-assertive" discipline on them at home. These children are frequently subjected to physical punishment, verbal criticism, and displays of dominance meant to control and demean them, thereby giving them a vivid model, as well as a compelling reason, to control and demean others. Boys who are bullies are often above average in size, while girls who are bullies are often above average in verbal assertiveness. These differences are reflected in bullying tactics: boys typically use force or the threat of force; girls often mock or ridicule their victims, making fun of their clothes, behavior, or appearance, or revealing their most embarrassing secrets. From “Bullies in School” by Kathleen Berger
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