Bullycide (ou bulicídio) é uma palavra-valise utilizada originalmente em 2001, por Neil Marr e Tim Field no livro Bullycide: Death at Playtime. O termo refere-se a um suicídio atribuídio a uma pessoa que sofreu bullying, tanto pessoalmente quanto por cyberbullying.    
Bulicídio também pode ser um assassinato que teve o bullying como causa. O termo se tornou popular após uma série de suicídios que ocorreram nos Estados Unidos em 2010 por conta de bullying, apesar de o termo também já ter sido utilizado previamente em diversos trabalhos bibliográficos.  
Casos famosos de bulicídio[editar | editar código-fonte]
- Amanda Todd
- Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold
- Megan Meier
- Phoebe Prince
- Seung-Hui Cho
- Tyler Clementi
- Rehtaeh Parsons
- Ryan Patrick Halligan
- Wellington Menezes de Oliveira
- Hannah Smith 
- Francis Lapointe (Frank Wolf)
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Referências[editar | editar código-fonte]
- Marr, Neil; Field, Tim (30 January 2001). Bullycide: Death at Playtime 1 ed. Success Unlimited [S.l.] ISBN 978-0-9529121-2-5.
- Bender, Joyce (28 April 2008). "Bullycide: The Only Escape for Some Brutalized Children with Disabilities". The Cutting Edge. Consult. 24 October 2010.
Attempting suicide because of being bullied in school is a shocking and sometimes inexplicable choice that many young people are making today in middle schools and high schools across America. This tragic form of death, known as Bullycide, is triggered by relentless bullying and depression. Neil Marr and the late Tim Field first coined the term in their book, Bullycide: Death at Playtime.
- Pursell Elliott, Gail (9 May 2003). School Mobbing and Emotional Abuse: See it - Stop it - Prevent it with Dignity and Respect Routledge [S.l.] p. 32. ISBN 978-0-415-94551-6.
Our research reveals that each year in the UK at least 16 children commit bullycide and around 80 children attempt bullycide
- Moffatt, Gregory K (30 June 2003). Wounded Innocents and Fallen Angels: Child Abuse and Child Aggression Praeger Publishers [S.l.] p. 161. ISBN 978-0-275-97848-8.
'Bullycide' is the word that has been used to describe children who commit suicide because of bullies
- Martinez, Edecio (4 May 2010). "Cyber Bullying Illegal: Mass. Governor Signs Landmark Anti-Bullying Law - Crimesider - CBS News" CBS News [S.l.] Consult. 25 October 2010.
Yale professor Young-Shin Kim has done research on what's been termed "bullycide" and has found that victims of bullying are 5.6 times more at risk of attempting or thinking about suicide.
- CABRAL, Bruno Fontenele. Reflexões sobre o combate ao bullying no direito brasileiro e norte-americano. Jus Navigandi, Teresina, ano 15, nº 2645, 28 set. 2010. Disponível em: <http://jus.com.br/artigos/17501>. Acesso em: 16 ago. 2013.
- M, Ronald; Shiromoto, Frank N (30 October 2009). The Encyclopedia of Trauma and Traumatic Stress Disorders (Facts on File Library of Health and Living) Facts on File [S.l.] pp. 65–66. ISBN 978-0-8160-6764-0.
'Bullycide' is a slang term that refers to the murder of a bully by the victim, which is very rare
- "Kentucky Family Sues School In "Bullycide" Of Son". WiredPRNews.com - Law. 4 July 2008. Consult. 24 October 2010.
A Kentucky family has sued the principal of Allen Central Middle School in Floyd County, Kentucky, and school district officials for the bullycide of their 13-year old son. Stephen Lawrence Patton, an 8th grader at Allen Central Middle School, died of a self-inflicted gun shot wound to the head on November 28, 2007.
- LaSalle, Reneé (16 November 2009). "No Charges in Murray County High School "Bullycide" Case". WDEF News. Consult. 24 October 2010.
Chatsworth authorities say no charges will be filed in the Bully-cide death of a Murray County High School junior.
- Sikora, Kate (31 July 2008). "Signs that can help you save your child". The Daily Telegraph (Australia) [S.l.: s.n.] Consult. 24 October 2010.
PSYCHOLOGISTS are warning parents to arm their children against bullying before they start school as "bullycide" becomes one of the biggest issues facing the education system.Texto " The Daily Telegraph" ignorado (Ajuda)
- Kessler, David (4 October 2010). "The grief of bullycide" CNN [S.l.] Consult. 24 October 2010.
Teachers, especially, may experience the "bargaining" described by Kübler-Ross. After a bullycide, teachers start asking, "If we had done things differently, could we have helped more?"
- Macavinta, Courtney (11 October 2010). "Bullycide Prevention: 3 Steps for Parents". Huffington Post. Consult. 24 October 2010.
At the heart of these so-called bullycides is a major muscle that is underdeveloped: compassion. We need to develop compassionate habits in our hearts and homes.
- Ollove, Michael (28 April 2010). "Bullying and teen suicide: How do we adjust school climate?". Christian Science Monitor. Consult. 24 October 2010.
The schoolyard bully: Who doesn’t carry a memory of that childhood nemesis? But fueled by the Internet and other social trends, a tragic twist on the old problem has pierced the American conscience: ‘Bullycide,’ the escape, by suicide, from peer harassment.
- Kohut, Margaret R (9 November 2007). The Complete Guide to Understanding, Controlling, and Stopping Bullies & Bullying: A Complete Guide for Teachers & Parents Atlantic Publishing Company [S.l.] p. 114. ISBN 978-1-60138-021-0.
The term 'Bullycide' has been criticized by legal analysts because it suggests that the bully was personally responsible for the victim's death. In Brian's case no bully pulled the trigger; the victim did.
- Garota de 14 anos se enforca após sofrer bullying no Ask.me
- Hannah Smith suicide: MPs call for education in social-media awareness