Research on bullying began in the s, prompted by a number of communities that lost victimised pupils to suicide. The early research identified unique social factors at the root of bullying, most notably the power imbalance between the perpetrator and victim, which can be exploited through physical, verbal and non-verbal means, either directly or indirectly. With the advent of technological developments, the battle against bullying grew to encompass the rising prevalence of cyberbullying. The field of bullying research has been complicated by several issues.
Bullying in Schools
Interview with Felipe Quintero (CRAHI-UPC)
Last week I received an email from Martin Cocker, a friend and colleague who runs the Netsafe organization in New Zealand. Netsafe is a one-stop shop for all things related to online safety. If you are a New Zealander who is being mistreated online, or work with someone who is, Netsafe can help. Suffice it to say, Netsafe and their affiliates do great work in this space and we are happy to work alongside them in their efforts. The email included a question about our research on the connection between bullying and suicide. Regular readers of this blog will know that we explore that issue fairly often, both empirically and editorially.
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