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Physical and verbal bullying behaviors in school students: well-being, supportive school climate, and the social identity perspective

Turner, Isobel Rose Oakes


Literature has consistently demonstrated a concurrent association between poor well-being and bullying behaviors. There remains less work that focuses on understanding whether poor well-being can also predict bullying behaviors (Hong & Espelage, 2012). Literature in this field also experienced a shift in focus when the influence of the school, and not just individual and family characteristics, was demonstrated on rates of bullying and victimization (Berger, 2007). Concurrently, social...[Show more]

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Type: Thesis (DPsych(Clinical))
DOI: 10.25911/5d5fc9447a5b7


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