Counterpoint: Bullying can be Prevented by Empowering Victims

Myra, Junyk,
July 2020
Canadian Points of View: Bullying;7/15/2020, p3
The article presents an argument which supports the prevention of bullying through the empowerment of victims. It is the author's opinion that effective prevention programs utilize a whole-school approach and support those who have been bullied. The consequences of bullying, means of supporting victims, and teaching anti-bullying strategies are examined. The importance of self-confidence and self-esteem among adolescents is also discussed.


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