The Zero programme against bullying: effects of the programme in the context of the Norwegian manifesto against bullying

@article{Roland2010TheZP,
  title={The Zero programme against bullying: effects of the programme in the context of the Norwegian manifesto against bullying},
  author={E. Roland and E. Bru and U. V. Midthassel and G. S. Vaaland},
  journal={Social Psychology of Education},
  year={2010},
  volume={13},
  pages={41-55}
}
The anti-bullying programme ‘Zero’ was implemented at 146 Norwegian primary schools. The outcome among pupils was evaluated after 12 months of the total 16-month period using an age-equivalent design. The present study shows that bullying was reduced among pupils in the schools participating in the Zero programme. Moreover, National surveys in spring 2001 and spring 2004 showed a reduction in pupils being victimised in Norway over 3 years. The high profiled national Manifesto Against Bullying… Expand
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