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  • Posted: January 26, 2017
    Teenager stuck in a maze

    According to the UK survey, people who perpetrate bullying are more likely to have experienced traumatic or stressful situations. 

    The impact of bullying behavior is not confined to geographic boundaries. Negative impacts and lessons learned can be found across the world, not just in the United States. To share the work being done outside the United States, StopBullying.gov is honored to highlight the work of Ditch the Label in ... Continue Reading

    Posted in Response
  • Posted: January 17, 2017
    Pediatrician examining child

    Pediatrician examining child 

    Pediatric health care providers are an important, front line, family-trusted group that can not only detect the warning signs of victimization, but are also in a position to advise parents and advocate for their patients. It is important for health care providers to be prepared to screen and counsel children for bullying during both routine health maintenance exams and illness visits.

     

    More than one in four children ... Continue Reading

    Posted in Prevention
  • Posted: January 10, 2017
    Girl with hijab drinking coffee with friends
    An Interview with Sameera Ahmed, Ph.D., Director of The Family & Youth Institute

    In today’s environment, incidents of bullying against Muslim youth have risen, resulting in concern for schools and youth organizations. I spoke with Sameera Ahmed, Ph.D., Director of The Family & Youth Institute and a leading researcher on American Muslim youth, about what mentoring practitioners can do to build supportive and inclusive programs that meet the needs of Muslim youth and families, while promoting the safety and inclusion of all participants.

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    Posted in Specific Groups
  • Posted: December 19, 2016

    Media coverage of social issues has a profound impact on how communities understand and address problems. Research and expert opinion suggest that certain trends in media coverage of bullying have the potential to do harm. In fact, an analysis of media articles has shown that certain elements of bullying stories are often missing key information, which can lead to misrepresentation of the facts. And, news stories may not be an indication of a trend--journalists are often reporting local incidents.

    In light of recent news coverage, it is important to revisit what science ... Continue Reading

    Posted in Specific Groups
  • Posted: November 29, 2016

    Schools across the U.S. frequently confront the issue of bullying among their student population. However, identifying the nature of a specific bullying problem (including its symptoms and causes) in a given school—and implementing solutions that work—is complicated. While research on evidence-based programs is helpful in guiding school personnel toward solutions that have been shown to work in the past, it sheds little light on how those programs or practices were implemented in schools or on the institutional processes, faculty and student body characteristics that made them work.

    The new School-based Bullying Prevention I-Guide ... Continue Reading

    Posted in Prevention

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