Subject: Parent | Peer victimisation | Parent; School; Bullying; Peer victimisation; Teachers | BF | School | Teachers | Original Paper | Bullying
Bullying at school can be a distressing experience for children. It is also likely to be distressing for their parents. In spite of this, research in the field of school bullying and peer victimisation has tended to overlook the experience of parents when their child is... View more
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