Bullying Perceptions of Third, Fifth, and Seventh Grade Students in Oklahoma Public Schools, 2005
Group: State Bureau of Investigation
In the spring of 2005, a study was conducted by the Oklahoma State Department of Health to determine 1) the perceptions of Oklahoma students about the seriousness of bullying, 2) student involvement in bullying (as a victim or perpetrator), 3) responses to being bullied or witnessing the bullying of others, and 4) actions that students wanted adults to take to make the situation better.
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