The role of the peer group and classroom factors in bullying behavior
Hoboken, NJ : Wiley-Blackwell
InSmith, P.K.; O'Higgins Norman, J. (ed.), The Wiley Blackwell handbook of bullying: A comprehensive and international review of research and intervention, pp. 450-466
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Smith, P.K.; O'Higgins Norman, J. (ed.), The Wiley Blackwell handbook of bullying: A comprehensive and international review of research and intervention
This chapter provides an overview of the peer and classroom factors that play a role in bullying behavior. It describes the social status and peer characteristics associated with each behavior or role in bullying situations. The chapter explains how certain classroom factors may impact the prevalence of each bullying participant role, as well as their status profiles. Finally, it discusses implications for prevention and intervention programs, with a consideration of both the potential benefits and potential pitfalls of targeting classroom factors related to bullying.
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