Bullying in schools: Self reported anxiety, depression, and self esteem in secondary school
- Euskadi: crece el acoso escolar. // Cuadernos de PedagogÃa;feb2013, Issue 431, p11
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- CBSE steps to stop bullying. MAZUMDAR, JHINUK // Telegraph (Calcutta, India);3/19/2015, p22
The article reports on the recommedation by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) in India that schools must have a committee that will supervise the steps to prevent bullying with the methods of interventions which is part of the circular issued to affiliated institutions heads.
- TODO LO QUE PUEDE SALIR MAL, SALDRÃ MAL. DE VRIES, WIETSE // Revista Mexicana de InvestigaciÃ³n Educativa;oct-dic2016, Vol. 21 Issue 71, p1015
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- A FEMINIST REFRAMING OF BULLYING AND HARASSMENT: TRANSFORMING SCHOOLS THROUGH CRITICAL PEDAGOGY. Meyer, Elizabeth J. // McGill Journal of Education;Winter2008, Vol. 43 Issue 1, p33
This article aims to reformulate existing understandings of bullying behaviours in secondary schools, by applying a critical feminist lens to patterns of verbal and psychological harassment among students. Through this understanding, educators may better understand the causes of (hetero)sexist,...
- The Progression of Bullying from Elementary School to University. Curwen, Tracey; McNichol, Jessica S.; Sharpe, Glynn W. // International Journal of Humanities & Social Science;Sep2011, Vol. 1 Issue 13, p47
This study used a retrospective design to investigate the history of bullying behavior of 186 young adult bullies. There was considerable evidence that adult bullies were also adolescent and childhood bullies and that they engaged in similar bullying behaviors over time. Using RM-MANOVA, a...
- Bullying vertical: variables predictivas de la violencia escolar. Castedo, Antonio López; Alonso, José Domínguez; Roales, Enrique Álvarez // Revista de InvestigaciÃ³n en EducaciÃ³n;2010, p24
The current socioeducational debate is about the generally known as school violence. The central objective of the study is to know the predictibilidad of certain sociodemographic variables respect violence in the educational centers of secondary education. For this, is used a methodology of...
- Bullying roles in changing contexts: The stability of victim and bully roles from primary to secondary school. Schäfer, Mechthild; Korn, Stefan; Brodbeck, Felix C.; Wolke, Dieter; Schulz, Henrike // International Journal of Behavioral Development;Jul2005, Vol. 29 Issue 4, p323
The present study was conducted to predict bullying roles over a 6-year time period and across contexts differing in the degree of peer hierarchies. Out of two representative data sets from primary ( N = 1525) and secondary school ( N = 2958), 282 children (156 boys; 126 girls) were followed up...
- LA VIOLENCIA ESCOLAR. Prieto Quezada, Mar�a Teresa; Carrillo Navarro, Jos� Claudio; Jim�nez Mora, Jos� // Revista Mexicana de Investigaciï¿½n Educativa;oct-dic2005, Vol. 10 Issue 27, p1027
The article reports on the findings of an investigation on bullying at the Universidad de Guadalajar high school in Mexico. The first part of the study was a diagnostic phase which was based on a survey of students in the vocational school. The findings of this phase were processed to develop...
- Relationships with Peers and Use of the School Environment of Mainstream Secondary School Pupils with Asperger Syndrome (High-Functioning Autism): A Case-Control Study. Wainscot, Jennifer J.; Naylor, Paul; Sutcliffe, Paul; Tantam, Digby; Williams, Jenna V. // International Journal of Psychology & Psychological Therapy;2008, Vol. 8 Issue 1, p25
This study is of the in-school social relationships with peers of mainstream secondary school pupils with Asperger syndrome/high-functioning autism (AS/HFA) and of matched controls. Fifty-seven pupils participated in the study (30 with AS/HFA and 27 controls), ranging from school years 7-13 (age...