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Bullying Proposal

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The national phenomenon of bullying must be considered across individual, family, peer, school, and community contexts. Because ***** tends to perpetuate itself, formulating and implementing effective bullying prevention and intervention programs dem*****s an underst*****ding of the environment that establishes and maintains it. Based on reports of ***** at Arthur County Schools in *****, Nebraska, an ethnographic research of this problem will be conducted to identify causes and possible interventions. The participants in the study are 11 seventh grade students, five girls ***** six boys, who were involved with ***** bully/victim dyad during the previous year. The instruments used were a bullying questionnaire to compare victimization and emotional status of ***** participants and the Iowa Test ***** Basic Skills ***** assess academic performance. A syn*****sis of the results ***** the interviews and statistical ***** of the Iowa ********** will be made to ***** any relationship *****tween bullying/ ***** and academic performance.

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Proposal: Identifying and *****dministering Effective Bullying Interventions Programs

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Problem background

To date, just one large-scale study on bullying in the United States has been *****; in this ***** by Nansel, Overpeck, Pilla, Ruan, Simons-Mor*****n, & Scheidt (2001), 15,686 6th-through 10th-grade ***** ***** requested to complete surveys on bully*****g. Of *****se respondents, 29.9 percent reported moderate ***** frequent involvement in bullying when they were assessed in 1998. Of this 29.9 percent reporting bullying instances, 13 percent identified themselves as the bullies involved, 10.6 percent self-identified as victims, ***** 6.3 percent self-identified as bully-*****. These researchers determined that bullying behaviors typically took place more often in middle ***** than ***** high school, and boys were more likely than girls to be involved in bullying (Nansel et al., 2001). Further, the *****victims identified in this study exhibited ***** most pervasive negative psychosocial outcomes and there were no differences in ***** across urban, suburban, and rural areas (Nansel ***** al., 2001). These same trends are evident even ***** sm*****l ********** such as Arthur County Schools where bullying situations have become evident over the p*****t several months within the ***** grade class. Two students, one male and one female have reported incidents of being bullied. The bullying thus far has been *****ly verbal with taunting, teasing and some exclusion but "accidental" bumping ***** kicking under ***** table have also been *****.

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The ***** performance of one male victim in particular has dropped one ***** equivalent. His teachers are reporting ***** he has ***** distracted and does not complete his work on time. He will ********** make remarks that are not pertinent ***** the discussi***** and has chosen to move to a seat in the back of the classroom away from the o*****r students. In looking through ***** K through 6 records it appears that this student has done above

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