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Bullying Prevention Resources - Children's Safety Network

Bullying Prevention Resources - Children's Safety Network

Bullying Prevention Resources - Children's Safety

Bullying Prevention Resources The Children’s Safety Network has produced this list of resources on bullying prevention to provide information on an urgent injury topic that has received much recent media attention. This list includes research articles on types of bullying and the effects of bullying on victims and witnesses. It features bullying prevention tips, toolkits, and websites, as well as information on cyberbullying; suicide and bullying; and LGBT youth and bullying. The list also contains information on bullying prevention legislation and policies and highlights numerous bullying prevention curricula and programs. ■■ Data and research ■■ Successful or evaluated bullying prevention programs and strategies ■■ Legislation ■■ Cyberbullying ■■ Bullying and suicide ■■ Bullying and LGBT youth ■■ Resources and organizations Data and research What we know about bullying: This fact sheet from StopBullying.gov defines bullying, discusses its prevalence, and covers bullying and gender. It also explores the consequences of bullying and looks at adult responses to bullying. http://stopbullying.gov/community/tip_sheets/about_bullying.pdf School bullying among adolescents in the United States: Physical, verbal, relational, and cyber This National Institutes of Health study (Wang J, Iannotti RJ, Nansel TR. Journal of Adolescent Health. 2009 Oct; 45(4): 368-75) analyzed data from the World Health Organization's (WHO) 2005/2006 survey of human behavior in school-aged children. The results show that plenty of students still suffer from bullying, but today some aggressors operate electronically. 20.8 percent of the WHO survey respondents reported being perpetrators or victims of physical bullying in the past two months; 53.6 percent were victims of verbal bullying; 51.4 percent were victims of relational bullying, which involves social exclusion; and 13.6 percent were victims of cyberbullying. Researchers found that 8 percent of students had received harassing computer pictures or messages, and 6 percent were bullied by cell phone. More boys were cyber bullies; more girls were cyber victims. www.ChildrensSafetyNetwork.org 1

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