Review of Bystanders in School Bullying
Abstract: Bullying, defined as repeated aggression directed at students who are disadvantaged or less power-ful in their interactions with the bully or bullies, is a pervasive problem in schools. Bullying is a so-cial process, and in most school bullying situations, other students not directly involved as bullies or victims are present as bystanders. Evidences have supported that bystanders’ intervention can re-duce school bullying. Traditionally, the school bully was mainly focused on the bully and the victim. However, the study about the influence of bystanders in bullying begins to emerge. In this paper, a comprehensive literature review was made with regard to bystander behavior in bully at home and abroad, and then the classification, the relationship with other participant roles and the measure were introduced. At last, it put forward the limitations about this field and the direction in the future.
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