TITLE

BULLYING IN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL, HIGH SCHOOL, AND COLLEGE

AUTHOR(S)
Chapell, Mark S.; Hasselman, Stefanie L.; Kitchin, Theresa; Lomon, Safiya N.; MacIver, Kenneth W.; Sarullo, Patrick L.
PUB. DATE
December 2006
SOURCE
Adolescence;Winter2006, Vol. 41 Issue 164, p633
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
This study investigated the continuity in being a bully, victim, or bully-victim from elementary school through college in 119 undergraduates. Of 25 who bullied in college, 18 (72%) had been bullied in high school and elementary school. Of 26 bullies in college, 14 (53.8%) had been bullies in high school and elementary school. Of 12 bully-victims in college, 5 (41.6%) had been bully-victims in high school and elementary school. There were significant positive correlations between being a bully in college, high school, and elementary school, and being bullied in college and high school, and high school and elementary school, and between being both a bully and victim in elementary school, a bully and victim in high school, and a bully and victim in college.
ACCESSION #
23600973

 

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