School bullying from a sociocultural perspective

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Maunder, Rachel E.; Crafter, Sarah;

School bullying is an important concern. Whilst there is growing knowledge about the nature, extent and effects of school bullying, areas of complexity in research findings remain. In this paper we develop our thinking on school bullying using a sociocultural theoretica... View more
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