The nature and prevalence of bullying among boys and girls in Croatian care institutions: a descriptive analysis of children's homes and correctional homes

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Sekol, Ivana; Farrington, David P.;
(2009)
  • Publisher: MISC
  • Journal: volume 17,issue 2issn: 1330-2604, eissn: 1848-7963
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  • Subject: Opfer | Social problems and services | social agencies | exclusion | victimization | Soziale Probleme und Sozialdienste | Kroatien | Psychology | Viktimisierung | victim | Konfliktverhalten | Psychologie | Sozialpsychologie | gender-specific factors | soziale Einrichtung | conflict behavior | Exklusion | Sozialwesen, Sozialplanung, Sozialarbeit, Sozialpädagogik | Croatia | Social Psychology | geschlechtsspezifische Faktoren | Social Work, Social Pedagogics, Social Planning | bullying; victims; Children’s Homes; Correctional Homes; gender differences
    • ddc: ddc:150 | ddc:360

"No research to date has established reliable estimates of bullying behaviour in Croatian care institutions. Drawing upon conceptual and methodological conclusions from the prison-based research in the UK, the present study aimed to explore the nature and extent of indi... View more
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