School peer counselling for bullying services as a source of social support: A study with secondary school pupils
AuthorsBoulton, Michael J.
AffiliationUniversity College Chester
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Abstract99 school pupils were interviewed to ascertain their views of the peer counselling for bullying service in their own school, with a focus on the issue of social support for bullying-related problems, were conducted. Three themes were addressed: willingness to use the service relative to other potential sources of support; preferred gender and age of peer counsellor; and disclosure of using the service to friends.
CitationBoulton, M. J. (2005). School peer counselling for bullying services as a source of social support: A study with secondary school pupils. British Journal of Guidance & Counselling, 33(4), 485-494. https://doi.org/10.1080/03069880500327546
PublisherTaylor & Francis
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