Teachers' Understanding of Bullying

@inproceedings{Mishna2005TeachersUO,
  title={Teachers' Understanding of Bullying},
  author={Faye Mishna and Iolanda Scarcello and Debra Pepler and Judith Wiener},
  year={2005}
}
  • Faye Mishna, Iolanda Scarcello, +1 author Judith Wiener
  • Published 2005
  • Psychology
  • Using semi-structured interviews, we examined teachers' understanding of bullying of children in their classes. Although teachers' definitions of bullying included both direct and indirect behaviours, several factors influenced how they characterized and responded to incidents. These factors included whether the teachers viewed an incident as serious or considered a victimized child responsible, whether a child matched their assumptions about victim characteristics and behaviours, and whether… CONTINUE READING

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