A comprehensive reader-friendly online guide to Bullying
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This online guide to bullying summarizes current international statistics and research on bullying in a highly accessible, reader-friendly way. The guide includes evidence-based information on different types of bullying and who it affects (bullies, bully-victims, victims and bystanders), why people bully, and suggestions for what people can do to report, intervene or prevent bullying. Childhood as well as adult bullying is addressed.
Appealing visual summaries and an easy-to-navigate design makes this is a good resource for an evidence-based introduction to bullying. However, the recommendations for intervention and prevention are very limited, and should be supplemented by further reading (click here for other bullying resources ).
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