Examining Variation in Attitudes Toward Aggressive Retaliation and Perceptions of Safety Among Bullies, Victims, And Bully/Victims (Report) - Professional School Counseling

Examining Variation in Attitudes Toward Aggressive Retaliation and Perceptions of Safety Among Bullies, Victims, And Bully/Victims (Report)

By Professional School Counseling

  • Release Date - Published: 2008-10-01
  • Book Genre: Family & Relationships
  • Author: Professional School Counseling
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This article examines the link between involvement in bullying, as either a bully, victim, or bully/victim, and attitudes toward violence and perceptions of safety among 16,012 middle and high school students. Analyses indicated that 37.6% were frequently involved in bullying. Bully/victims were the most likely to report feeling unsafe and disconnected from their school, whereas bullies were the most likely to support aggressive retaliation. Implications for school counselors are discussed. **********

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