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This ethnography focuses on the techniques of normalization used by university professors who are accused by their colleagues of bullying behavior.
      
In particular, the roles that students and adults play in actively or passively reinforcing bullying behavior must be addressed through school-wide and family efforts to change the norms and climate with respect to bullying.
      
A growing concern exists among educators regarding the prevalence and impact of bullying behavior in the public schools.
      
In addition, strong indicators suggest bullying behavior appears to be a precursor for community violence.
      
Studies indicate that educators are not fully aware of the prevalence or the seriousness of bullying behavior in schools.
      
A need exists to assess systematically the extent to which bullying behavior may be present in a given school.
      
School-Related Stress Experience as a Risk Factor for Bullying Behavior
      
Associations between bullying behavior and school-related stress experience, self-efficacy, social support, and decision control were explored in a study of 885 Norwegian adolescents aged 13-15 years.
      
Bullying behavior was defined as bullying other pupils sometimes or more often during the term.
      
The prevalence of bullying behavior was 9.2%, but significantly higher among boys than girls.
      
Odds ratios of bullying behavior according to psychosocial factors were calculated in a multiple logistic regression analysis.
      
Data from a hierarchical regression on bullying scores showed that, irrespective of sex, masculine traits predicted active bullying behavior.
      
Young children, even younger than 5-years-old, could present bullying behavior in the child care setting.
      
Additionally, it is the goal to describe and to predict changes in bullying behavior and related factors.
      
Additional characteristics of the social context of young people may also contribute to bullying behavior.
      
Adults and adolescents are encouraged to prevent bullying behavior and to change the perception that such behavior is normative.
      
Adults can also add to the empowerment of a bully by simply being bystanders during bullying behavior.
      
A new school wide policy regarding bullying behavior and expectations of staff and students should be presented at this session.
      
A school-wide policy regarding bullying behavior and expectations of staff and students should be presented.
      
A bystander is someone who observes the bullying behavior but does nothing to help the victim or disrupt the bullying behavior.
      
 

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