Antibullying campaigns in schools can have unintended negative outcomes

10/11/2013 | Huffington Post, The

School programs targeting bullying were associated with more cases of physical and emotional bullying among students, U.S. researchers found. Through these interventions, "the students become highly exposed to what a bully is and they know what to do or say when questioned by parents or teachers," lead author Seokjin Jeong, a researcher from the University of Texas in Arlington, said in a statement.

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