When is Peer Aggression 'Bullying?' An Analysis of Elementary and Middle School Student Discourse on Bullying at School

@article{Donoghue2015WhenIP,
  title={When is Peer Aggression 'Bullying?' An Analysis of Elementary and Middle School Student Discourse on Bullying at School},
  author={C. Donoghue and D. Rosen and {\'A}ngela Mar{\'i}a Oliveira Almeida and David Brandwein},
  journal={Qualitative Research in Education},
  year={2015},
  volume={4},
  pages={26-44}
}
Many forms of peer aggression are referred to as "bullying" by students, parents and adults, and this can be a source of confusion in schools. The main purpose of this study is to explore the circumstances under which students characterize peer aggression as “bullying” incidents. A secondary goal is to examine the feelings students have about the effectiveness of reporting peer aggression to adults. Both objectives are intended to reveal information that will enhance communication about peer… Expand

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