Intervention for aggressive victims of school bullying in Hong Kong: a longitudinal mixed-methods study.

@article{Fung2012InterventionFA,
  title={Intervention for aggressive victims of school bullying in Hong Kong: a longitudinal mixed-methods study.},
  author={Annis Lai-chu Fung},
  journal={Scandinavian journal of psychology},
  year={2012},
  volume={53 4},
  pages={360-7}
}
The distinction between aggressive and passive victims of school bullying is well documented. Aggressive victims exhibit restlessness and hot-temperedness, are easily provoked, and take revenge when irritated, whereas passive victims are quiet and timid when attacked or insulted and withdraw rather than retaliate. To date, there has been no evidence-based evaluative study examining interventions designed specifically to reduce aggressive victimization, and neither has there been an inclusive… CONTINUE READING