Studies Probe 'Ecology' of Bullying

Viadero, Debra
May 2010
Education Week;5/19/2010, Vol. 29 Issue 32, p1
The article reports on the need for a solution to the ecology of bullying, which involves bullies, their victims, bystanders, parents, and teachers in a school building who can either sustain or suppress bullying behavior in schools, as was reported in an earlier special issue of "Educational Researcher." The previous research results on bullying, that was conducted by two Canadian researchers, is noted. The mixed results of anti-bullying programs in the U.S. is discussed.


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