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Hammarén, Nils – Power and Education, 2022
Violence is considered a major concern in society, specifically regarding school. In this article, the concept of school violence is explored. Different categorisations and manifestations of violence are presented, and the dividing lines between them are discussed. The questions highlighted in the article include the following: How is school…
Descriptors: School Violence, Bullying, Equal Education, Taxonomy
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Doty, Jennifer L.; Girón, Karla; Mehari, Krista R.; Sharma, Drishti; Smith, Sarah J.; Su, Yi-Wen; Ma, Xiaoqi; Rijo, Diana; Rousso, Bailee – Prevention Science, 2022
Past reviews of cyberbullying preventative interventions have critiqued the field regarding scientific rigor, and a meta-analysis found that randomized controlled trials (RCTs) of such interventions were more effective than non-RCTs. However, no review has examined the risk of bias, dosage, modality, and delivery context of such programs to date.…
Descriptors: Intervention, Computer Mediated Communication, Bullying, Prevention
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Hultin, Hanna; Ferrer-Wreder, Laura; Engström, Karin; Andersson, Filip; Galanti, Maria Rosaria – Journal of School Health, 2021
Background: Bullying is a public health issue with long-term effects for victims. This study investigated if there was an association between pedagogical and social school climate and student-reported bullying victimization, which dimensions of pedagogical and social school climate were associated with bullying, and if these associations were…
Descriptors: Educational Environment, Bullying, Foreign Countries, Incidence
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Stadtmüller, Sven; Klocke, Andreas; Giersiefen, Andrea; Lipp, Robert; Wacker, Christina – Journal of School Health, 2022
Background: Previous research on the correlates of unintentional school injuries is based on either process or cross-sectional data. This study aims at approaching the causal effects of risk-seeking behavior, mental health problems, physical activity, and exposure to bullying on unintentional injuries in the school environment by relying on…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Injuries, Schools, Risk
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Toseeb, Umar – British Journal of Educational Psychology, 2022
Young people with special educational needs and disabilities (SENDs) and their families have been particularly hard hit by the COVID-19 pandemic. In this longitudinal study, sibling conflict in these families during and after the first lockdown in the United Kingdom was investigated. Online questionnaires were completed by 504 parents of young…
Descriptors: Conflict, Sibling Relationship, COVID-19, Pandemics
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Longobardi, Claudio; Ferrigno, Serena; Gullotta, Giulia; Jungert, Tomas; Thornberg, Robert; Marengo, Davide – European Journal of Psychology of Education, 2022
Highly responsive teachers tend to foster behaviors that are low in conflict and high in prosociality, among their students, leading to a positive classroom climate and to a decrease in bullying victimization. However, little is known about the interaction between teacher responsiveness and both student-teacher, and student-student relationship…
Descriptors: Teacher Student Relationship, Peer Acceptance, Bullying, Victims
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Krause, Amanda; Smith, J. David – School Mental Health, 2022
The relationship between teachers and students plays a critical role in the psychosocial development of children and youth. The literature documents numerous studies over several decades that have examined links between teacher-student relationships (TSRs) and bullying perpetration and victimization among students. The present meta-analytic study…
Descriptors: Bullying, Teacher Student Relationship, Conflict, Elementary School Students
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Polanin, Joshua R.; Espelage, Dorothy L.; Grotpeter, Jennifer K.; Ingram, Katherine; Michaelson, Laura; Spinney, Elizabeth; Valido, Alberto; Sheikh, America El; Torgal, Cagil; Robinson, Luz – Prevention Science, 2022
Evidence suggests that cyberbullying among school-age children is related to problem behaviors and other adverse school performance constructs. As a result, numerous school-based programs have been developed and implemented to decrease cyberbullying perpetration and victimization. Given the extensive literature and variation in program…
Descriptors: Literature Reviews, Meta Analysis, Intervention, Computer Mediated Communication
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Patchin, Justin W.; Hinduja, Sameer – Journal of Early Adolescence, 2022
The goal of this study was to provide key prevalence rates for experiences with cyberbullying among tweens (children between the ages of 9 and 12 years old). We were also interested in the extent to which tweens engaged in helping behaviors when they observed cyberbullying. American tweens (n = 1034; mean age = 10.52, SD = 1.12) completed an…
Descriptors: Bullying, Computer Mediated Communication, Incidence, Preadolescents
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Peker, Adem; Kasikci, Furkan – Acta Educationis Generalis, 2022
Introduction: The use of social media tools is increasing day by day. In addition to its positive use, social media tools are also used in the virtual environment to harm others. This harmful use is noted as cyber-bullying. Determining the factors affecting cyber-bullying is of great importance in terms of contributing to intervention studies.…
Descriptors: Bullying, Computer Mediated Communication, Victims, College Students
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Lessard, Leah M.; Puhl, Rebecca M. – Journal of School Health, 2021
Background: Educators' negative weight biases toward students with high body weight have been well-documented. The present investigation examined whether inclusion of body weight in school anti-bullying policies is associated with lower levels of weight bias among educators. Methods: Data on explicit weight bias was collected from a sample of…
Descriptors: Body Weight, Bias, Bullying, School Policy
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Kardes, Servet; Akman, Berrin – International Journal of Psychology and Educational Studies, 2022
This study aims to investigate the educational problems of refugee students of Syrian origin. It is a qualitative research designed as a phenomenological study. Phenomenology, a qualitative research method, was the design of choice. The sample group consisted of two administrators, two school counselors, and 11 classroom teachers from a temporary…
Descriptors: Refugees, Foreign Countries, Problems, Teacher Attitudes
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Gaffney, Hannah; Ttofi, Maria M.; Farrington, David P. – Campbell Systematic Reviews, 2021
The objective of this review is to establish whether or not existing school-based antibullying programs are effective in reducing school-bullying behaviors. This report also updates a previous meta-analysis conducted by Farrington and Ttofi. This earlier review found that antibullying programs are effective in reducing bullying perpetration and…
Descriptors: Bullying, Prevention, Program Effectiveness, Victims
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Cliplef, Jayne – BU Journal of Graduate Studies in Education, 2021
The negative effects of bullying in school are substantial, yet educators trying to intervene face significant barriers. Such obstacles include ineffective intervention techniques and perceptual bias that gets in the way of recognizing bullying. Promising ways to overcome these barriers include the following strategies: using intervention methods…
Descriptors: Bullying, Intervention, Barriers, Empathy
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Wee, Su-Jeong; Kim, So Jung; Chung, Kayoun; Kim, Minhee – Journal of Research in Childhood Education, 2022
This study examines how reading bullying-themed children's picture books and role-playing based on these books help young children develop perspective-taking abilities and empathy as well as understanding of bullying. Twenty-one 5-year-old children enrolled in a Flower Garden childcare center located in a metropolitan city in South Korea…
Descriptors: Perspective Taking, Empathy, Bullying, Picture Books
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