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What is the difference between bullying and hazing?

Bullying is an act of threatening, abuse or aggression by an individual or a group of individuals. Bullying can include: hitting, threatening, intimidating, teasing, taunting, name-calling, or more subtle forms of attacks, such as rumor spreading or encouraging others to exclude or reject a person. Bullies tend to target individuals whom they perceive to be weaker or more vulnerable.
On the other hand, hazing involves harmful acts performed by a group to initiate those who wish to join them. Hazing may include physical discomfort, embarrassment, harassment, or ridicule by the members of the group.

Difference between bullying and hazing