- Are we too mean? Lundy, Emily // Malakoff News (TX);10/18/2013, Vol. 104 Issue 42, p2
The article offers the author's insights on mean people and bullying in schools.
- Ask a Girl. // New Moon;Mar/Apr2007, Vol. 14 Issue 4, p10
No abstract available.
- Risk and Protective Factors for Homophobic Bullying in Schools: An Application of the Social-Ecological Framework. Hong, Jun; Garbarino, James // Educational Psychology Review;Jun2012, Vol. 24 Issue 2, p271
Homophobic bullying is a serious concern for students, parents, teachers, and school officials. This article reviews evidence on the status of this problem and how it may be addressed in a multilevel and multidisciplinary manner growing out of a social-ecological perspective on homophobic...
- Stop That Bully! Harrar, Sari; VanTine, Julia // Prevention;Dec2001, Vol. 53 Issue 12, p52
Focuses on bullying at schools and how parents can communicate with their children who are being bullied or are doing the bullying.
- Bullies target popular kids. // Farm & Dairy;5/1/2014, Vol. 100 Issue 32, pB20
The article focuses on the study led by professor Diane Felmlee regarding the increase of the likelihood of the students to be targeted by social aggression and bullies as they become more popular.
- Interventions for Relational Aggression: Innovative Programming and Next Steps in Research and Practice. Leff, Stephen S.; Crick, Nicki R. // School Psychology Review;2010, Vol. 39 Issue 4, p504
An introduction to the journal is presented in which the editors discuss several articles including one on school programs aimed at preventing relational aggression, one on a school bullying prevention program, and one on workshops intended to educate teachers and students about aggressive behavior.
- Multiple Peer Victimization in New Zealand: Links to Bullying Behaviour. Raskauskas, Juliana; Carroll-Lind, Janis; Kearney, Alison // New Zealand Journal of Educational Studies;2006, Vol. 41 Issue 2, p349
Research on risk and resilience indicates that children exposed to multiple risk factors often report more negative effects than those experiencing only one risk. Studies indicate that victims of bullying (peer victimization) can become aggressive and violent over time. The present research...
- Back Off! // Know Your World Extra;11/19/2004, Vol. 38 Issue 5, p14
Discusses issues concerning bullies in the U.S. Characteristics of bullies; Reason bullies tease other children; Estimated number of children in grades 6 through 10 that are bullied at least once a week; Efforts of several schools to launch programs to stop bullies.
- How to Handle A Bully. // Know Your World Extra;11/19/2004, Vol. 38 Issue 5, p15
Presents tips on how to avoid bullies. Points to consider about bullies; Reason not to be ashamed of telling an adult about bullying; Things to remember when being bullied.