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The prevalence and effectiveness of anti-bullying strategies employed in Australian schools / Ken Rigby and Kaye Johnson.

The prevalence and effectiveness of anti-bullying strategies employed in Australian schools / Ken Rigby and Kaye Johnson.
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Record Number 18401
ISBN 9781922046185
Author Rigby, Ken
Title The prevalence and effectiveness of anti-bullying strategies employed in Australian schools / Ken Rigby and Kaye Johnson. [ElectronicResource]
Published Adelaide : University of South Australia, 2016.
Collation 188 pages [PDF]
Summary Note "Results were analysed in relation to type of school (primary, secondary and combined), disability, gender, ethnicity and year of schooling. The results provide an account of the social context in which bullying takes place. These include estimates on bullying prevalence, student responses to bullying and effects on student wellbeing. How schools are responding is then examined in relation to proactive approaches (i.e., preventing bullying) and reactive approaches (i.e., responding to cases of bullying) adopted by schools." – p. xi.
Topical Term Bullying in schools -- Prevention -- Australia
Added Name Johnston, Kaye
Internet Site http://www.unisa.edu.au/Global/EASS/EDS/184856%20Anti-bullying%20Report-FINAL-3large.pdf
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