Harcèlement à l'école

Belgique : Cyberharcèlement: Le téléphone de Louise, Police Fédérale Belgique, 13.04016
"Le cyberharcèlement est un grave problème, apparu ces dernières années avec le développement des réseaux sociaux et l'émergence de nouvelles formes de messageries mobiles. Un phénomène aux conséquences désastreuses et qui, dans les cas les plus extrêmes, peut conduire à l'irréparable.
Comme celui de Louise, cette jeune fille qui a mis fin à ses jour s en 2014 après avoir été victime de harcèlement sur internet.
L'action baptisée #No hate network vise à promouvoir une utilisation plus responsable du médium internet. Et à expliquer aux internautes ce que peut être l'enfer du cyberharcèlement"

Harcèlement scolaire: briser le silence pour éviter qu'il ne tue, Swissinfo, 30.03.16
"L'école se transforme en cauchemar pour 5 à 10% des élèves en Suisse. Victimes de harcèlement scolaire, ils souffrent souvent en silence et doivent vivre avec des séquelles à long terme, comme nous le révèle le témoignage de deux jeunes filles. Les spécialistes conseillent d'intensifier la prévention en milieu scolaire."

"Il n'existe pas chez l'enfant de profil type de harceleur ou de victime", Les InRocks, 09.11.15
"le harcèlement scolaire résulte d'un profil de situation et non de profils types chez les enfants."

Causes of Victims of Campus Bullying Behaviors and Study on Solutions, 2013
Campus bullying behavior is increasingly attracting people's attention in recent years. The main objective is to discuss the causes of victims of campus bullying behaviors, to analyze their needs and correlation, and to offer suggestions on preventive strategies for victims. The research uses in-depth interview of the qualitative research methods, and directs the interview by a semi-structured interview outline from 5 participants. The research concludes the following main findings: Relevant factors influencing the students being bullied in the public junior high school, and the styles of bullying behavior are numerous, including verbal and physical bullying. Preliminarily, bullying behaviors mainly occurred after class, and the usual site was in the classroom.

Impact of Bullying in Childhood on Adult Health, Wealth, Crime, and Social Outcomes, 2013
Bullying is a serious problem for schools, parents, and public-policymakers alike. Bullying creates risks of health and social problems in childhood, but it is unclear if such risks extend into adulthood. A large cohort of children was assessed for bullying involvement in childhood and then followed up in young adulthood in an assessment of health, risky or illegal behavior, wealth, and social relationships. Victims of childhood bullying, including those that bullied others (bully-victims), were at increased risk of poor health, wealth, and social-relationship outcomes in adulthood even after we controlled for family hardship and childhood psychiatric disorders. In contrast, pure bullies were not at increased risk of poor outcomes in adulthood once other family and childhood risk factors were taken into account. Being bullied is not a harmless rite of passage but throws a long shadow over affected people's lives. Interventions in childhood are likely to reduce long-term health and social costs.

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