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Qianyu Zhu; Cixin Wang – Psychology in the Schools, 2024
Bullying is prevalent in many schools worldwide. Providing bullying prevention training to preservice teachers can make a significant difference in preventing school bullying. There is a lack of training in bullying prevention for preservice teachers in China, and the effectiveness of such training for bullying prevention has not yet been…
Descriptors: Bullying, Prevention, School Safety, Preservice Teachers
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Mollie McQuillan; Cris Mayo – Educational Administration Quarterly, 2024
Purpose: If PK12 administrators aspire to interrupt bias-based bullying, they need to understand their role in perpetuating structural and social inequality. The purpose of this study was to examine administrators': 1) awareness of gender-based bullying, 2) initial intentions to address bullying, and 3) actions that interrupted or perpetuated…
Descriptors: Bullying, Gender Bias, Social Bias, LGBTQ People
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Ifraah Kidwai; Peter K Smith – Educational Psychology in Practice, 2024
Schools in England are required to have an anti-bullying policy. A revised 42-item scoring scheme was used to report a content analysis of 200 anti-bullying policies. On average, school policies had 61% of items. Chi-square comparisons found an increase in policy coverage from 2008 to 2022, notably for mentioning cyber bullying and many types of…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Bullying, Prevention, School Policy
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Shannon O. O'Brien; Marilyn Campbell; Chrystal Whiteford – Journal of School Violence, 2024
Bullying, once considered a "rite of passage" among school children, is increasingly recognized as a serious public health issue. Schools are tasked to both prevent and intervene effectively in bullying; however, the problem does not appear to be decreasing. We know that if teachers see bullying among students and do nothing, then…
Descriptors: Intervention, Bullying, Peer Relationship, Teacher Attitudes
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Ken Rigby – International Journal of Bullying Prevention, 2024
This article examines alternative and supplementary ways in which theorists and researchers have sought to account for bullying behavior among students in schools. Contemporary explanations acknowledge the variety, complexity, and interactivity of both person and environmental factors in determining acts of bullying in schools. Two explanatory…
Descriptors: Bullying, Schools, Student Behavior, Models
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Sarah Halliday; Amanda Taylor; Deborah Turnbull; Tess Gregory – International Journal of Bullying Prevention, 2024
Despite the wealth of knowledge about the impact of bullying victimization, information gaps exist about how traditional and cyber bullying in early adolescence is associated with emotional wellbeing, namely, indicators of positive wellbeing. Therefore, this study investigated associations between different types of bullying victimization and…
Descriptors: Internet, Bullying, Computer Mediated Communication, Well Being
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Naomi C. Z. Andrews; Antonius H. N. Cillessen; Wendy Craig; Andrew V. Dane; Anthony A. Volk – International Journal of Bullying Prevention, 2023
Dan Olweus pioneered research on school bullying and identified the importance of, and risk factors associated with, bullying and victimization. In this paper, we conduct a narrative review of the critical notion of power within bullying. Specifically, we discuss Olweus's definition of bullying and the role of a power imbalance in distinguishing…
Descriptors: Bullying, Power Structure, Victims of Crime, Aggression
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Chunyan Yang; Quennie Dong; Ella Rho; Zhaojun Teng – School Psychology, 2024
To understand the role of different school-wide practices in school-wide bullying prevention in the global context, this present study was guided by the social-ecological framework to examine cross-country similarities and differences in the association between three forms of school-wide practices (i.e., punitive, positive, and social and…
Descriptors: Bullying, Educational Practices, Prevention, Punishment
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Derek A. Laffan; Robert Slonje; Catriona Ledwith; Colm O'Reilly; Mairéad Foody – International Journal of Bullying Prevention, 2024
Research has indicated that gifted adolescents experience an increased amount of bullying and cyberbullying compared to their non-gifted peers. However, there has not been a sufficient attempt to investigate the extent of bullying and cyberbullying victimisation among gifted adolescent populations in Ireland. A total of 195 gifted adolescents…
Descriptors: Academically Gifted, Bullying, Computer Mediated Communication, Adolescents
Woods, Aaron – ProQuest LLC, 2023
Bullying was a pervasive issue affecting high schools in the United States despite anti-bullying programs. The purpose of this qualitative study was to explore the perceptions of former high school bullying victims about why anti-bullying programs have not reduced incidents of bullying. The conceptual framework that supported this study was…
Descriptors: High School Graduates, High Schools, Bullying, Victims
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Nadia S. Ansary; Kristian M. Gardner – International Journal of Bullying Prevention, 2024
This exploratory study examined psychosocial correlates of bullying within a sample of American Muslim youth between the ages of 12 and 18 (n = 86; M[subscript age] = 13.47, SD[subscript age] = 1.62; 64% female). Hierarchical regressions were used to examine the associations between atypicality, hyperactivity, somatization, social stress, and…
Descriptors: Youth, Muslims, Bullying, At Risk Persons
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Leah P. Hollis – Journal of Education, 2024
With gendered organization theory and n = 201 Historically Black Colleges and Universities women faculty, the following is addressed: RQ1: Which Historically Black Colleges and University women faculty, those at schools with or without an anti-bullying policy, are more likely to report workplace bullying? RQ2: What is the relationship between…
Descriptors: Black Colleges, Women Faculty, Bullying, Work Environment
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Velibor Bobo Kovac; David Lansing Cameron – Child Care in Practice, 2024
The aim of the study was to examine the attitudes and beliefs of preschool workers with respect to the phenomenon of bullying in preschool. Participants comprised 694 employees in private and municipality run preschools who responded to an internet-based survey in Norway. The largest group of participants in the study were qualified preschool…
Descriptors: Surveys, Preschool Teachers, Teacher Attitudes, Bullying
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Hunter M. Boehme; John D. Burrow; Sohee Jung – Journal of School Violence, 2024
Over the years, scholars have argued that there are similarities and differences between bullying and hate crimes within Americas' schools. However, no known study has tested the claims that bullying and hate-related victimization are more similar (or different) and whether they share similar protective and/or risk factors. Utilizing the 2019 NCVS…
Descriptors: Risk, Bullying, Crime, Social Bias
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Rotem Maor; Tesler Riki; Giladi Ariela; Ben-Meir Lilach; Jerassi Meital; Adilson Marques; Harel-Fisch Yossi – Journal of School Violence, 2024
School bullying and cyberbullying are serious public health problems that negatively affect the lives of school-aged children. We examined the correlation between risk behaviors and lack of resiliency factors with bullying and cyberbullying across seven Mediterranean countries. The sample consisted of 33,399 adolescents (51.1% girls) aged 11, 13,…
Descriptors: Bullying, Computer Mediated Communication, Aggression, Correlation
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