The social skills problems of victims of bullying: Self, peer and teacher perceptions
AffiliationUniversity of Keele ; University College Chester
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AbstractThis article discusses the extent to which self, peers, and teachers regard victims as having poorer social skills than non-victims across 20 behaviours/competencies. The finding that victims are percieved by three different sources to have poor social skills has implications for interventions to support victims of bullying.
CitationBritish Journal of Educational Psychology, 2005, 75(2), pp. 313-328
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SponsorsThis article was submitted to the RAE2008 for the University of Chester - Social Work and Social Policy & Adminstration.