Open Access Graduate Research Paper
Bullying is a common problem in schools across the world including in the United States. This paper focuses on the problem of bullying from the victim's point of view. Bullying can be defined in a variety of different ways and occurs in a variety of different situations. Victims of bullies suffer from a wide variety of academic, social, behavioral, and emotional problems. A comprehensive approach that includes school counselors, teachers, administrators, and parents is needed to combat bullying within the school. Bully prevention and intervention programs can help victims more effectively if they change their orientation from focusing on the bully to focusing on the bully and the victim.
Year of Submission
Master of Arts in Education
Educational Leadership, Counseling, and Postsecondary Education
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©2002 Jacquelyn L. Miller
Miller, Jacquelyn L., "School age bullying : the victim's point of view" (2002). Graduate Research Papers. 1208.