Teacher Authority in Long-Lasting Cases of Bullying: A Qualitative Study from Norway and Ireland

@article{Sjurs2019TeacherAI,
  title={Teacher Authority in Long-Lasting Cases of Bullying: A Qualitative Study from Norway and Ireland},
  author={I. Sjurs{\o} and Hildegunn Fandrem and James O’Higgins Norman and E. Roland},
  journal={International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health},
  year={2019},
  volume={16}
}
A growing body of research shows a correlation between an authoritative school climate and lower levels of bullying. One objective of this study is to conceptualize authoritative intervention in bullying cases. A second goal is to explore whether, and how, the pupils, having experienced traditional and/or cyber victimization, perceive that the class teacher is demonstrating authoritative leadership when intervening in long-lasting cases of bullying. Class teacher refers to the teacher that has… Expand
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