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Suffered Interethnic Bullying

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This part is the fulcrum of this analysis and considers the responses of immigrant and Roma children about the frequency of bullying that they have suffered by fellow native classmates. The question used to probe the situation was “How many times have you been bullied by other native students over the last three months at school”.

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Elamé, E., Stefani, E. (2013). Suffered Interethnic Bullying. In: Discriminatory Bullying. Springer, Milano. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-88-470-5235-2_8

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