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Once again, let me point out that Google is the key to the World's
Biggest Library and a great place to start searches for data or research
information. For example, a Google search for: "bullying social
networks adolescents" (without the quotation marks) gave me these items
on the first page:
Social network predictors of bullying and victimization
Adolescence, Summer, 2004 by Michele Mouttapa, Tom Valente, Peggy
Gallaher, Louise Ann Rohrbach, Jennifer B. Unger
Peer groups influence early adolescent bullying behavior
Craig Chamberlain, Education Editor, News Bureau, University of
Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Social Networks and Aggressive Behavior: Peer Support or Peer Rejection?
Robert B. Cairns, Beverley D. Cairns, Holly J. Neckerman, Scott D. Gest,
and Jean-Louis Gariepy
Developmental Psychology, 1988, Vol. 24, No. 6, 815-823
Peer networks and bullying in schools
Salmivalli C., Huttunen A., Lagerspetz K.M.J.,
Scandinavian Journal of Psychology, Volume 38, Number 4, December 1997,
Examination of Peer-Group Contextual Effects on Aggression During Early
Dorothy L. Espelage, Melissa K. Holt & Rachael R. Henkel (2003).
Child Development 74 (1), 205-220.
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> Lori Charles, a school counselor, wrote to ask:
> I am a school counselor, and as part of my work I do some
> group work and work with students on bullying and relationship issues.
> Do you think the area of social networks would be useful for me to
> and if so, are there any articles relating to adolescents?
> thank you
> Lori Charles
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