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Aggression and Marginalisation in Educational Systems

The Case of Bullying in School Communities
  • Stephen James Minton
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Part of the Innovations and Controversies: Interrogating Educational Change book series (ICIE)

Abstract

A familiar arena in which the aggressive behaviour which stems from marginalisation is played out – i.e., one which most human beings will have at least second-hand experience of – is bullying behaviour in schools. World-wide, where reliable evidence exists on the subject (that is to say, information based on largescale studies), bullying behaviour in schools would appear to be commonplace.

Keywords

Intellectual Disability School Community Hate Crime Participant Role Bully Behaviour 
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© Sense Publishers 2016

Authors and Affiliations

  • Stephen James Minton
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  1. 1.Trinity College DublinIreland

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