publication . Book . Conference object . Article . Other literature type . 2013

School Bullying

Robin May Schott; Dorte Marie Søndergaard;
Open Access
  • Published: 31 Jan 2013
  • Publisher: Cambridge University Press
  • Country: Portugal
Abstract
Bullying is defined as a systematic abuse of power; the development of the research program on school bullying is outlined over four phases. The distinctive nature of cyberbullying, and also of identity-based bullying, is outlined. Measurement methods are discussed, and the kinds of prevalence rates obtained. A range of risk factors for involvement as a bully, or victim, are summarized. A range of school-based interventions are described, together with discussion of a meta-analysis of their outcomes. In summary, research and practice have gone hand-in-hand in the research reviewed, and have had some success in at least reducing what is a significant problem in t...
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free text keywords: harceleur, victime, cyber-harcèlement, gérer/affronter, intervention, bully, victim, cyber, coping, víctima, cyber/virtual, lidiar/enfrentar, intervención, vítima, lidar/enfrentar, intervenção, Bullying, Part iii, Sanctions, Implementation research, Social psychology, Gender studies, Social exclusion, Educational psychology, Psychology, Harassment, Social constructionism, Moral order, Medicine, business.industry, business, Family medicine, medicine.medical_specialty
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