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School Bullying: Insights and Perspectives Peter K. Smith

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The purpose of this research was to examine the peer processes that occur during bullying episodes on the school playground. These processes were examined from a social learning perspective, allowing us to consider the effects of various types of reinforcement among bullies, victims, and peers. Fifty-three segments of video tape were examined. Each segment contained a peer group two or more peers that viewed bullying on the school playground. Peers were coded for actively joining or passively reinforcing the bully, and for actively intervening on behalf of the victim. On average, four peers viewed the schoolyard bullying, with a range from two to 14 peers. Older boys grades were more likely to actively join with the bully than were younger boys grades and older girls.

Peer involvement in bullying: insights and challenges for intervention

Bullying is one of the most difficult areas of violence against children to eliminate, especially with the ubiquitous role that internet and mobile technology plays in their life today and the capacity this gives for bullying to continue night and day. Only in the s was research first undertaken to explore the phenomenon and to attempt to understand why it takes place and its impact on individuals and societies. With the emergence of the internet and social media, bullying has taken a more sinister turn, becoming more relentless, constant and inescapable for victims. This book aims to explain to both experts and the interested layperson what is known about bullying, its causes, effects and, crucially, how it can be reduced, in particular by fostering social and emotional skills in young people. Authors from more than a dozen countries have contributed to this publication, presenting widely differing perspectives, practice and insights on how they are tackling or think we should be tackling modern societal issues such as bullying and hate speech. While some chapters focus more specifically on case studies and what the research tells us, others look at issues related to bringing up and educating children for the world we live in.

School bullying has become a topic of public concern and considerable research in various countries around the world in the last two decades. We summarise characteristics such as types and causes of school bullying, based on findings from various studies. We further review a variety of large-scale, school-based intervention programmes, implemented in different countries and school settings, that have been systematically evaluated. These programmes have varied substantially in their effectiveness in reducing levels of bullying at schools. Reasons for these mixed outcomes are discussed, together with suggestions for improving the effectiveness of future interventions. This is a preview of subscription content, access via your institution. Arora, C.


Gives a succinct and authoritative account of research into the nature and extent of bullying in schools, evaluating the success of different approaches to the.


The Nature of School Bullying and the Effectiveness of School-Based Interventions

School Bullying: Insights and Perspectives examines the nature and extent of bullying in schools and gives a succinct and authoritative account of research into ways of reducing this problem. Here, for the first time in the UK, is a comprehensiveMoreSchool Bullying: Insights and Perspectives examines the nature and extent of bullying in schools and gives a succinct and authoritative account of research into ways of reducing this problem. Here, for the first time in the UK, is a comprehensive evaluation of the success of different approaches, such as: developing a whole school policy tackling bullying through classroom and curriculum materials training lunchtime supervisors improving the playground environment, and working directly with pupils involved in bullying situations This book and the companion volume Tackling Bullying in Your School, which gives detailed guidance on implementing these strategies, will be essential reading for all professionals wishing to reduce the problem of bullying in schools. Memory Machines: The Evolution of Hypertext

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