Bullying in Scotland 2014 : A Summary of Survey Responses by respectme, Scotland's Anti-Bulling Service

Donnelly, Brian and Hunter, Simon C. and McDill, Rachel (2015) Bullying in Scotland 2014 : A Summary of Survey Responses by respectme, Scotland's Anti-Bulling Service. [Report]

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    Abstract

    The primary aim of this piece of research was to obtain a picture of how children and young people are experiencing bullying in Scotland in 2014. This research was designed to: • Identify the types of bullying that is experienced by children and young people • Give a clear picture of where bullying happens and where online and offline/face to face experiences differ or coalesce • Identify from children and young people’s own experience what they feel works and what is less helpful • Identify where children and young people go online and what technology they use to get there