From Victim to Taking Control: Support Group for Bullied Schoolchildren.

  title={From Victim to Taking Control: Support Group for Bullied Schoolchildren.},
  author={Lisbeth Gravdal Kvarme and Liv Sandnes Aab\o and Berit S{\ae}teren},
  journal={The Journal of school nursing : the official publication of the National Association of School Nurses},
  volume={32 2},
School bullying is a serious problem affecting the victims in their daily lives at school. The aim of this study was to investigate whether support groups were able to help the victims of bullying to overcome their victim status and to explore what it means to be a member of a support group. An exploratory qualitative design, with individual and focus group interviews, was used. The sample consisted of 19 schoolchildren, aged 12-13 years, 3 of whom were victimized. Six individual interviews and… CONTINUE READING

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