Bullying Dynamics Associated with Race, Ethnicity, and Immigration Status
Scherr, Tracey G.
New York, NY: Taylor & Francis
Handbook of Bullying in Schools: An International Perspective, edited by S.R. Jimerson, S.M. Swearer, and D.L. Espelage 2010, 223-234 pages
This chapter addresses the issue of bullying and bully victimization as a function of immigration status, ethnicity, and race. Although all bully victimization is distressing, there may be a special pain that accompanies victimization that is based upon a child's familial ethnic or racial identity.
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