ERIC Number: EJ846169
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 2009-May
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School, Neighborhood, and Family Factors Are Associated with Children's Bullying Involvement: A Nationally Representative Longitudinal Study
Bowes, Lucy; Arseneault, Louise; Maughan, Barbara; Taylor, Alan; Caspi, Ashalom; Moffitt, Terrie E.
Journal of the American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry, v48 n5 p545 May 2009
School size and problems with neighbors is associated with a greater risk of being a bullying victim while family factors such as maltreatment and domestic violence are associated with involvement in bullying. The findings are based on the Environmental Risk Longitudinal Twin Study that involves 2,232 children.
Descriptors: Family Violence, Bullying, School Size, Neighborhoods, Institutional Characteristics, At Risk Persons, Twins, Environmental Influences, Victims of Crime, Family Influence, Family Environment, Child Abuse
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