image How prevalent is bullying in schools? What makes for an effective anti-bullying programme? What is the evidence for Social and Emotional Learning? To answer these questions and provide an overview of the wealth of work in this area, ENABLE partners have produced a report highlighting key studies, accompanied by a series of data sheets.

The School Bullying Phenomenon and Anti-bullying Programmes: a research review is a comprehensive overview of bullying prepared by For Adolescent Health, Greece, with contributions from all ENABLE partners. It begins by looking at definitions of bullying, how children perceive it, various types of bullying (including cyber-bullying) and its consequences. Later chapters report on studies investigating the extent of the phenomenon in different countries and how it varies with age and gender, outline key intervention programmes to prevent bullying, and describe the Social and Emotional Learning approach adopted by ENABLE in its work with young people.

Type
report
Author
ENABLE
Year
2015
Audience
counsellors, educational authorities, general public, parents, policy makers, researchers
Topics
eSafety
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