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Bulletin of Psychological Practice in Education

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Teenage Bullying: Directions for Helping and Preventative Work 88

Volkova E.N.
Doctor of Psychology, Professor, Vice-rector for Scientific Work, K. Minin Nizhny Novgorod State Pedagogical University, Nizhniy Novgorod, Russia
e-mail: envolkova@yandex.ru

Abstract
The article includes results of the theoretical and empirical studies of bullying among teenagers. This studies made by Russian and foreign researchers might form the basis for prevention program in educational environment and treatment programs for bullying participants. Personal characteristics of bullies, victims and witnesses define the mechanisms and content of treatment and prevention programs. Analysis of relations in the family of a teenager together with assessment of school environment, most importantly relations between teachers and other subject of educational process, are the key elements of preventive work. The main strategy of bullying prevention should be focused on changing the behavior of all subjects involved in education, mostly adults: parents and teachers, not only the teenagers. The key addressees of prevention are the teenagers who witness bullying. Bullying prevention programs in educational environment must be culturally adapted.

Keywords: bullying, teenagers, family relations, school environment, prevention

Column: Scientific and Methodological Support for the Prevention of Social Risks in the General Education System

DOI: https://doi.org/10.17759/bppe.2019160301

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