TITLE

ŠKOLNÍ ŠIKANA V SOUČASNOSTI -- JEJÍ DEFINICE A OPERACIONALIZACE

AUTHOR(S)
JANOŠOVÁ, PAVLÍNA; KOLLEROVÁ, LENKA; ZÁBRODSKÁ, KATEŘINA
PUB. DATE
August 2014
SOURCE
Ceskoslovenska Psychologie;2014, Vol. 58 Issue 4, p368
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The paper focuses on the definition and operationalization of the concept of school bullying for the purpose of the prevalence measurement in school groups. It draws attention to the current disagreement concerning the defining criteria of bullying, which is one of the important factors that considerably limit the analyses of bullying prevalence. The authors examine the defining criteria of school bullying and apply them to the forms of bullying that have so far been under-researched, such as relational/psychological bullying and social exclusion. As a conclusion, specific methodological recommendations for the prevalence measurement of school bullying and the publication of research findings are presented.
ACCESSION #
98009745

 

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