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The relationship between social skills, bullying and victimization
Bullying and victimization are major issues facing our schools today affecting approximately 20% of students. Despite a surge in research of late, teachers and administrators still find themselves struggling to find the ...
The Dignity for All Students Act: Implications for school bullying and harassment policies and practice
Bullying and harassment are widely regarded as pervasive issues, specifically for school-aged children across the United States. These experiences have been shown to impact academic success, attendance, emotional wellbeing, ...
Relationships among aspects of student alienation and self concept
This study investigated the relationships among previous experiences of student alienation and the various aspects of self concept. A sample of 351 undergraduate students were administered the Student Alienation and Trauma ...
Social-emotional dysfunction in middle school students: The role of anxiety on the experience of peer victimization and eating disorder symptoms
This study explored the impact of anxiety and its subtypes on the relation between peer victimization and eating disorder risk within an early adolescent sample in the context of the Social Information Processing model. ...
Bullying behavior and victimization among adolescents in a residential placement
Research indicates that victims of bullying behaviors may experience depression, loneliness, and externalizing problems (Crick & Grotpeter, 1995). Individuals who engage in bullying behaviors are more likely to be ...