Bullies and victims at school: Are they the same pupils?

Regional climate modeling on European scales: a joint standard evaluation of the EURO-CORDEX RCM ensemble

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Bully-victims are particularly at risk of remaining involved in bullying over longer periods. Also, children involved in bullying often have psychiatric problems and are disturbed. Being bullied seems to be widespread in schools in New South Wales and is associated with increased psychosomatic symptoms and poor mental health. Health practitioners evaluating students with common psychological and psychosomatic symptoms should consider bullying and the student’s school environment as potential causes. In the correlational analyses, both victimisation and social neglect are shown to be related to internalising coping, whereas bullying is associated with externalising coping and with a lack of problem-solving.

O impacto da violência escolar (bullying) na saúde mental do adolescente

For the late 21st century, we use original and bias-corrected sea surface conditions from RCP8.5 climate projections. We assess the impact of using direct or bias-corrected SSC for the evolution of Antarctic climate and surface mass balance.

We use an ensemble of regional model simulations to test different mixing state assumptions and found that a combination of internal and external mixing may better reproduce sunphotometer observations. Model estimates of the mean European wet deposition of nitrogen and sulfur for 1990 to 2010 were within 40 % of the observed values.

Data from the 2013/2014 Health Behaviour in School-Aged Children study on 10,279 11-, 13-, and 15-year-old Czech adolescents (49.2% boys) were used. We assessed the associations between OLTA participation and risk behaviors, and modification by age and gender. ResultsOLTA participants were less likely to smoke, get drunk repeatedly, or skip school and, in contrast, more likely to get injured and fight repeatedly. The associations with lower occurrence of risk behaviors were the strongest for artists, while none was significant for adolescents participating only in team sports. Girls participating in OLTA had lower odds to smoke, get drunk, or skip school than boys, and these boys had higher odds to get injured or fight.

  • This research quantified the emissions of toxic air pollutants and climate forcing agents from Southeast Asia in 2007.
  • Over 1981-2010, we forced the model with observed and modelled sea surface conditions (SSC).
  • The publication and wider circulation of the findings of this research into bullying, and later cyberbullying, has led ordinary school teachers, school counselors, and school staff in general to give more thought to the socio-affective atmosphere in schools, which should be seen as a crucial part of a school’s culture [5].

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The model performance is much improved at 12 h durations. Projected future increases scale with seasonal mean temperature change, within a range from a few percent to over 10 percent per degree Celsius. Studies have shown that adolescents’ involvement in bullying (as perpetrators, victims, or both) is related to more negative outcomes than noninvolvement, and a small subset of studies has connected bullying to the specific outcome of gang involvement.

(Solberg, Olweus, & Endresen, 2007) . These children, referred to as bully victims, are considered to be distinct from those who are bullies or victims only.

Bullying is understood as a set of intentional repeated aggressive attitudes that characterize abuse of power of one student towards another. This work investigated correlations between the perception of family violence and the report of violence in elementary school students from São Paulo. 501 elementary school students from São Paulo responded to a questionnaire that consisted of six questions about family violence perception and seven questions related to the report of violence in school. Data was analyzed descriptively and a Pearson analyses was used to determine correlations between questions.

Bullying that occurs repeatedly is defined as a form of violence towards another individual where the intention is to damage that individual. Crucial in the dynamic of the victimization is a physical and psychological imbalance in the power balance between the bully and the victim.

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- October 31, 2015

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