Taylor, Alison
August 2004
Community Care;8/5/2004, Issue 1534, p20
Discusses the effect of bullying on children and how institutions should address the problem. Attitude of bullied children; Concept of bullying; Classification of an oppressive and intimidating behavior of a child in a residential child care; Problems with human element in staff and child interactions; Manner in which children avoid bullies.


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