Bullying is the main coexistence problem faced by schoolchildren. It is not an isolated phenomenon, but rather has a manifest presence in a large number of schools. In this sense, there are many initiatives carried out by schools for its prevention and detection, collected, in the Spanish case, in institutional documents such as the Coexistence and Equality […]… Learn more.
It is a cliché of cinema that is still based on reality: many of us can remember traumatic situations, either as victims or as witnesses, during Physical Education class at school or high school. Unfortunately, m… Learn more.
School bullying is a huge and distressing problem. In 2015, 43% of Australian year 8 students experienced bullying each month. A 2022 Mission Australia survey of Australians between 15 and 19 found 47% were “ex… Learn more.
Bullying is unfortunately a common problem in Australian schools, with surveys suggesting one in five teenagers are bullied. While schools are responsible for ensuring a safe environment, parents are likely to be … Learn more.
An increasing number of Australian families are educating their children at home, either through homeschooling or distance education. My research highlights how some parents are not necessarily choosing to homeschoo… Learn more.
The formal educational system in which children and adolescents spend a significant part of their lives is, in turn, an agent of socialization and a space for relationships. The school as gender technology On the one… Learn more.
Peer violence is one of the problems that raises the most social concern in schools due to its prevalence, its severity and its relationship with health and psychosocial adjustment variables. Numerous studies hav… Learn more.
Queensland school students have reportedly been bullied after being diagnosed with COVID-19 and have struggled to return to school as a result. The Queensland Department of Education stated it hasn’t heard of any b… Learn more.