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Friendship and loneliness among bullies and victims: Data from seven countries
Research suggests that the relationship between school bullying and its various risk factors should be clearer among girls than boys, and should become stronger with age, as roles within the peerExpand
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Self‐esteem and its relationship to bullying behaviour
From the rapidly growing literature on bullying, it is increasingly recognised that peer relationship problems as manifested in being bullied are associated with low self-esteem. However, theExpand
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Cyber-bullying: the situation in Ireland
This paper reports on the first major survey of cyber-bullying undertaken in Ireland. While preliminary results have been published they were based on a smaller and incomplete sample of 12–16 yearExpand
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Growing up in Ireland. National longitudinal study of children: the lives of 9-year-olds. .
Key Findings from the report include: • There are just over 56,400 nine-year-olds in Ireland. Just over 82% of them lived in two-parent households with about one-in-five living in lone-parentExpand
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Personality and family relations of children who bully
There is a paucity of studies on the personality and family relations of children who bully. The aim of the present study was to examine the level of Psychoticism, Neuroticism and Extraversion in aExpand
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Critical issues for teacher training to counter bullying and victimisation in Ireland
This paper addresses the need on a national scale for formal preservice and inservice training programmes for teachers on bullying and victimisation, It also discusses the areas of teacher trainingExpand
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Weight, body image and bullying in 9‐year‐old children
To explore the association between weight and bullying; considering victims and perpetrators as two aspects of bullying, and subjective perception and objective measurement as two aspects of weight.
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Victims of workplace bullying in Ireland
There is a growing awareness of the problem of bullying behaviour in the workplace. Most of our knowledge of bullying behaviour in Ireland is gained from international research. The present paperExpand
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Cyber-Bullying: The Irish Experience
Introduction Defining Cyber-Bullying Text-Message (Sms) Bullying: The Evidence Web-Based Bullying: The Evidence What Can & Should Be Done About Cyber-Bullying Cyber-Bullying: The Response in IrelandExpand
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Understanding School Bullying: A Guide for Parents and Teachers
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