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Hofmann, KianaLim, Shelby
Solutions to school bullying through programs
Douglas College student research essay submitted as partial requirement for Psychology 2207 course as part of the STEP UP (Student Teams Exploring Pervasive Urban Problems) program. Faculty sponsor to submit this research essay to DOOR: Dr. Anne MacGregor.
A student’s school performance is easily influenced by the social problems that arise in daily life. The common occurrence of bullying, which includes the power imbalance between individuals, has the possibility of causing physical and mental distress and is one of the many social problems that impacts these students. With the proper aid and program support, children who are both victims and aggressors can do well in their academics. The intent of this research paper is to discuss solutions to bullying in BC schools for children between the ages of 5-19 through the implementation of programs by providing information taken from research studies.
STEP UP (Student Teams Exploring Pervasive Urban Problems)
Bullying in schools--PreventionVictims of bullying--Services forBullies--Services forStudents--Services for
Not peer reviewed
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