Main Article Content
With the rapid development of industrialization and informatization, the significant improvement of human civilization, people pay much more attention to education and mental health, especially the mental health of teenagers. In recent years, the impact of campus bullying on adolescents' physical and mental health has aroused widespread social concern. A self-designed questionnaire is used to investigate 392 teenagers in the research. The characteristics and related factors of bullying and being bullied of student among three grades areexplored, and targeted intervention measures are explored. The result shows that compared with senior students, junior students are more involved in bullying behavior. Bullying behavioris closely related to class factors: bullying behavior often starts from classmates, and occurs mostly in classrooms. Interpersonal relationship, affection to the class is negatively correlated with the frequency of bullying and being bullied. A multi-level intervention system of "school, class and individual" need to develop mainly by prophase prevention, class construction and peer counseling.