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BULLYING EVENT SCENARIOS:

Direct bullying
Indirect bullying
Cyberbullying

BULLYING EVENT CAUSES:

Ethnic-cultural differences
Homophobic
Non-especific

Case Studies

This section provides access to a selection of Case Studies on School Bullying which have been analysed in the nine partner countries. Each case study analyses specific aspects of the personal experience of the actors involved in a bullying event: victims, bully students, other students, teachers, school directors, parents of the students involved, supporting experts, policy makers. Every case study is available both in English and in the national language.

Country in focus: United Kingdom

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Case Studies Description
Document
language

Published
Appearance is Everything English 01.01.2012
Cyberbullying - Pretending to be 'her' English 01.01.2012
Homophobic Bullying English 30.12.2011
Issues of Transfer from Primary to Secondary School English 30.12.2011
A Knife In School English 29.12.2011
Girls Name Calling English 29.12.2011
A Long History of Bullying English 29.12.2011
Bullying on the School Bus English 29.12.2011
Bullying in a Science Lesson English 29.12.2011
No Love Lost - bullying over a long period English 29.12.2011

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