Bullying in Special Schools
- Bullying in Special Schools
- Hong Kong Special Education Forum, 1(2), 68-75, 1998
- Special Education Society of Hong Kong Ltd.
- Hong Kong
- 1997.7 onwards
- Unknown or Unspecified
- Bullying is a common aggressive behanviour and a hidden issue in special schools. Maladaptive family backgrounds breed bullies and victims. The characteristics and myths of bullying are discussed. A multi-level approach of school intervention is suggested. Local research on this area is desperately required. Copyright by Special Education Society of Hong Kong Limited. All Rights Reserved.
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