The effects of single-sex versus co-educational schools on adolescent peer victimisation and perpetration (Gee & Cho, 2014)

A Korean study exploring whether the gender composition of the school environment affects the bullying experiences and behaviours of adolescents has found a lower frequency of aggressive behaviours in girls’ schools, leading the study authors to suggest that the presence of boys may have a negative impact on bullying in…
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