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Patton, Desmond Upton; Hong, Jun Sung; Williams, Abigail B.; Allen-Meares, Paula – Educational Psychology Review, 2013
School bullying and peer victimization are social problems that affect African American youth across various environmental contexts. Regrettably, many of the empirical research on bullying and peer victimization among African American youth has examined individual and direct level influences in silos rather than a constellation of factors…
Descriptors: Violence, Youth, Bullying, Systems Analysis
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Voisin, Dexter R.; Hong, Jun Sung – Educational Psychology Review, 2012
A growing body of research documents that various forms of violence exposures are interrelated. This paper presents a conceptual model, which accounts for the relationship between youth witnessing intimate partner violence (IPV) at home and their subsequent engagement in bullying behaviors and victimization by peers. A comprehensive search of…
Descriptors: Evidence, Bullying, Family Violence, Victims
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Hong, Jun Sung; Garbarino, James – Educational Psychology Review, 2012
Homophobic bullying is a serious concern for students, parents, teachers, and school officials. This article reviews evidence on the status of this problem and how it may be addressed in a multilevel and multidisciplinary manner growing out of a social-ecological perspective on homophobic bullying as a social phenomenon. The ecological framework…
Descriptors: Evidence, Bullying, Ecology, Homosexuality
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Hong, Jun Sung; Espelage, Dorothy L.; Grogan-Kaylor, Andrew; Allen-Meares, Paula – Educational Psychology Review, 2012
A growing body of literature is demonstrating associations between childhood maltreatment and bullying involvement at school. In this literature review, four potential mediators (explanatory) and three potential moderators (mitigates or exacerbates) of the association between childhood maltreatment and school bullying are proposed. Mediators…
Descriptors: Child Abuse, Bullying, Prevention, Depression (Psychology)