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Critically, this analysis demonstrates that those reporting school bullying are significantly more likely to perpetrate physical or sexual IPV," the authors concluded.
Computer technology could facilitate or perpetrate each of these offenses.
Typically, a parent or primary caregiver perpetrates these cases.
SANTA CLARITA - Attention, those who assist the elderly across the street, who pick up trash and who perpetrate good deeds without fanfare or expectation of reward - there may be a free sundae, car wash or burger in your future.
The church typically ignores the subject, but they should be engaging it in order to gain understanding about humanity and why we perpetrate moral terror on each other.
We need to realize that we can't go out and perpetrate evil on Muslims and Arabs simply because of their race.
could make it easier to perpetrate a deceptive scheme and get away with it,'' said Jodie Bernstein, director of the FTC's Bureau of Consumer Protection, ``(but it) turns that medium into a tool for warning potential scammers that they can't count on going undetected.