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Title:  What Characteristics of Bullying, Bullying Victims, and Schools are Associated with Increased Reporting of Bullying to School Officials?
Description: This study tested 51 characteristics of bullying victimization, bullying victims, and bullying victims' schools to deter-mine which were associated with reporting to school officials. It found that 11 characteristics in two categories—bullying victimization and bullying victims—showed a statistically significant association with reporting. The study also notes the high percentage (64 percent) of respondents who experienced bullying but did not report it.
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Cover Date: August 2010
Web Release: August 31, 2010
Publication #: REL 2010092
Center/Program: REL
Associated Centers: NCEE
Authors: Anthony Petrosino and Sarah Guckenburg: Learning Innovations at WestEd; Jill DeVoe: American Institutes of Research; Thomas Hanson: WestEd and Regional Educational Laboratory West
Type of Product: Issues and Answers Report
Keywords:
Students
Violence
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