Bullying: research into practice

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Abstract

Prsentation looking at the issues which affect bullying including the imbalance of power, bullying versus peer aggression, repeated versus 'one-off' incidents, and intent.

Conference

ConferenceAnnual Conference for Educational Psychologists in Scotland
CityEdinburgh, UK
Period29/09/0530/09/05

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Keywords

  • bullying
  • threat
  • power relations
  • aggression

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Boyle, J., Hunter, S. C., & Turner, S. (2005). Bullying: research into practice. Paper presented at Annual Conference for Educational Psychologists in Scotland, Edinburgh, UK, .
Boyle, James ; Hunter, Simon C. ; Turner, Susan. / Bullying: research into practice. Paper presented at Annual Conference for Educational Psychologists in Scotland, Edinburgh, UK, .
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Boyle, J, Hunter, SC & Turner, S 2005, 'Bullying: research into practice' Paper presented at Annual Conference for Educational Psychologists in Scotland, Edinburgh, UK, 29/09/05 - 30/09/05, .

Bullying: research into practice. / Boyle, James; Hunter, Simon C.; Turner, Susan.

2005. Paper presented at Annual Conference for Educational Psychologists in Scotland, Edinburgh, UK, .

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