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Other

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Sage

School

Medical and Health Sciences

Comments

This article was originally published as: Monks, H., Cross, D., & Pearce, N. (2016, January). " The Ripple Effect": Promoting a Supportive Secondary School Culture by Mobilising Bystanders to Bullying. In International Journal of Qualitative Methods (Vol. 15, No. 1). 2455 Teller Rd, Thousand Oaks, CA 91320 USA: SAGE PUBLICATIONS INC. Original article available here

Abstract

The social context of bullying is pivotal with peers present as bystanders to the majority of school bullying interactions. Bystander responses can impact profoundly on the maintenance and course of school bullying and range from inciting the bullying through joining in or assisting the perpetrator, or inhibiting the bullying through actively intervening and supporting the bullied student. This qualitative study sought to elicit students’ perceptions of the bystander role and recommendations of the supports needed at the school level to encourage positive bystander behavior.

DOI

10.1177/1609406916628953

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