THE MATRIX 10 REFERENCEArticleCitationDatabase orSourceMethod/DesignTargetPopulationRigby, K. (2003).Consequences ofbullying in schools. TheCanadian journal ofpsychiatry, 48(9), 583590.https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/abs/10.1177/070674370304800904ScholarlyInterviewsLearnersandeducatorsWhitted,K.S.,&Dupper, D. R. (2005).Bestpracticesforpreventing or reducingbullyinginschools. Children&Schools, 27(3), 167-175.https://academic.oup.com/cs/articleabstract/27/3/167/451238booksquestionaireWilliford, A., Fite, P.ScholarJ., DePaolis, K. J.,lyCooley, J. L., Hawley, sourceP. H., & Isen, D.(2019). AComprehensiveTraining Initiative forEducators to Developand ImplementEffective AntiBullying Policies inK–12 Schools. Journalof applied schoolpsychology, 35(2),146-175.https://doi.org/10.1080QuestionnaireKey Findingsor ResultsThe researchersnoted that bullyinghas not only physicaleffects to the victimsbut also emotionaleffects. Emotionaland psychologicalnames begin withchildren first notingthe differencesbetween each otherexample on racism,gender, sexualorientation, etc.educators The researchersnoted that Bullyingis not a new incidentsince it has beenoccurring for thepast years; however,being from minoritygroups or havingdifferent abilitiesshould not be usedas bullying.TeachersThe authorsand school establish that thereadministra are different lawstorsimplemented bydifferent states,… Purchase document to see full attachment
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