BULLYING VICTIMS: THE EFFECTS LAST INTO COLLEGE
This study examined whether those bullied in schools continued to show the effects of being bullied after they enrolled in an institution of higher education. There were 269 undergraduate students participating in the study. Previous studies (2006; 2008) conducted by the authors
suggested the effects of bullying upon both the victim and bully are long lasting; victims of bullying at the college level indicated histories of being bullied throughout their school years. The results of this study suggest bullying in junior high and/or high school continues into college; the negative effects associated with being victimized or acting as the bully continue into the college years.
Beyond High School: How Bullying Affects College Students
There are expectations when you go to college, expectations of what it will be like. We hope that the large price tag means the experience is much different than that of high school (because once you’re out of high school you really only go back if you have to), but how different is college, actually?
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