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Rothon, Catherine; Head, Jenny; Klineberg, Emily; Stansfeld, Stephen – Journal of Adolescence, 2011
This paper investigates the extent to which social support can have a buffering effect against the potentially adverse consequences of bullying on school achievement and mental health. It uses a representative multiethnic sample of adolescents attending East London secondary schools in three boroughs. Bullied adolescents were less likely to…
Descriptors: Secondary School Students, Gender Differences, Bullying, Family Programs
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Brendgen, Mara; Poulin, François; Denault, Anne-Sophie – Developmental Psychology, 2019
Peer victimization during the school years can impair victims' mental and physical health even in adulthood. Moreover, some victims of school bullying may also experience revictimization at work as adults. Later revictimization at work may thus at least partly explain (i.e., mediate) the negative consequences of peer victimization in school.…
Descriptors: Bullying, Peer Relationship, Victims, Mental Health
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Smith, Peter K. – International Journal of Behavioral Development, 2011
The research area around aggression and violence in schools, and especially that on school bullying, has grown enormously in the last 30 years. There are good grounds for concern about these issues, given the negative effects of school bullying on mental health and in the more extreme cases, links to suicides. Intervention and prevention programs…
Descriptors: Intervention, Violence, Bullying, Prevention
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Aluede, Oyaziwo; Adeleke, Fajoju; Omoike, Don; Afen-Akpaida, Justina – Journal of Instructional Psychology, 2008
Bullying behaviour no doubt is becoming a common feature, and a nightmare in schools all over the world. It is a worrisome practice in schools because it infringes on the child's right to human dignity, privacy, freedom and security. The physical, emotional and educational consequences of bullying behaviour can never be underestimated. Therefore,…
Descriptors: Bullying, Childrens Rights, Mental Health, Human Dignity
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Hase, Craig N.; Goldberg, Simon B.; Smith, Douglas; Stuck, Andrew; Campain, Jessica – Psychology in the Schools, 2015
A critical debate within the field of school psychology has centered on the relationship between bullying and cyberbullying in terms of prevalence, overlap, and impact. The current study sought to address the following questions: (1) Does cyberbullying create new victims or merely a new means of victimization? (2) Does cyberbullying uniquely…
Descriptors: Middle School Students, High School Students, Bullying, Computer Mediated Communication
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Cahill, Helen; Coffey, Julia – Youth Studies Australia, 2013
This article discusses research which explored the impact of the Learning Partnerships program on young people's attitudes to help-seeking. The Learning Partnerships program brings classes of high school students into universities to teach pre-service teachers and doctors how to communicate effectively with adolescents about sensitive issues such…
Descriptors: Help Seeking, Focus Groups, Surveys, Workshops
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Stormont, Melissa; Cohen, Daniel R.; Green, Ambra L. – Intervention in School and Clinic, 2020
Catherine Bradshaw, PhD, MEd, is a professor and the senior associate dean for research and faculty development at the Curry School of Education and Human Development at the University of Virginia. She was previously the associate editor for the "Journal of Research on Adolescence" and is currently the editor of "Prevention…
Descriptors: Prevention, Behavior Disorders, Emotional Disturbances, School Health Services
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Bates, Susan – Early Childhood Folio, 2018
All workers in New Zealand can expect to have their rights to health implemented in their workplaces. For early childhood teachers, health risks extend to the children they care for, as well as their own offspring. Teachers and carers in daycare and kindergarten are exposed to a range of diseases and sustain various injuries through work practices…
Descriptors: Early Childhood Teachers, Child Caregivers, Occupational Safety and Health, Foreign Countries
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Nurius, Paula; LaValley, Kara; Kim, Moo-Hyun – School Mental Health, 2020
Growing evidence suggests that exposure to early-life adversity poses risk to youth development, with impaired mental health a central concern. This population-representative study of adolescent students (n = 11,222) investigates the effects of two key forms of early adversity--victimization and poverty--on adolescent mental health in a step-wise…
Descriptors: Victims, Mental Disorders, Adolescents, Poverty
Kolbert, Jered B.; Crothers, Laura M.; Meidl, Christopher; Berbary, Cassandra; Chatlos, Suzannah; Lattanzio, Latitia; Tiberi, Amy E.; Wells, Daniel S.; Wadsworth, Jacob – Communique, 2018
Research reveals that students who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning (LGBTQ) often do not feel safe at school as a result of higher rates of bullying in comparison to their heterosexual peers (Kann et al., 2016; Kosciw, Greytak, Palmer, & Boesen, 2014; Russell, Clarke, & Lamb, 2009). Compared to general…
Descriptors: Bullying, Homosexuality, Sexual Orientation, Sexual Identity
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Dantchev, Slava; Wolke, Dieter – Developmental Psychology, 2019
Sibling bullying is highly prevalent and has been found to have adverse effects on mental health lasting into early adulthood. What is unknown is what predicts sibling bullying roles (uninvolved, victim, bully-victim and bully). This study aimed to identify precursors of sibling bullying roles in middle childhood using a large sample of 6,838…
Descriptors: Bullying, Victims, Sibling Relationship, Siblings
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Tellie, Benjamin; Dracup, Josh – Art Education, 2016
School bullying is a complicated aspect of violence. It can be difficult for teachers to identify bullying and hard for students to report. This can include behaviors that are "offensive, abusive, malicious, insulting, and/or intimidating" (Quigg, 2011, p. 1). Some students struggle with bullying in the classroom and in the general…
Descriptors: Bullying, Studio Art, Art Activities, Middle School Students
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McNamee, Helen; Lloyd, Katrina; Schubotz, Dirk – Journal of Youth Studies, 2008
This article reports on the relationship between same-sex attraction, experience of bullying in school and mental health measured using the 12-item version of the General Health Questionnaire (GHQ12). A random sample of 16 year olds, drawn from the Child Benefit Register, was invited to take part in the 2005 Young Life and Times survey, which is a…
Descriptors: Bullying, Mental Health, Homosexuality, Social Bias
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Cook, Anna; Ogden, Jane; Winstone, Naomi – British Journal of Special Education, 2016
This study aimed to explore experiences of learning, friendships and bullying of boys with autism attending specialist and mainstream schools, and those of their parents. Semi-structured interviews were conducted with 11 boys with autism, aged 11 to 17 years, and nine of their mothers. Thematic analysis identified four key themes relating to…
Descriptors: Bullying, Autism, Qualitative Research, Learning Experience
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Runions, Kevin C.; Vithiatharan, Rena; Hancock, Kirsten; Lin, Ashleigh; Brennan-Jones, Christopher G.; Gray, Caitlin; Payne, Donald – Health Education Journal, 2020
Objectives: Children and adolescents with chronic physical health conditions are also at elevated risk of poor mental health; the mechanisms to account for this relationship remain unclear. In this narrative review, we used the socio-ecological model to examine research on experiences of school for children with chronic health conditions and how…
Descriptors: Children, Adolescents, Child Health, Chronic Illness
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