Bullying in residential care for children: qualitative findings from five European countries.

Authors: Angela Mazzone, Annalaura Nocentini and Ersilia Menesini
Format: Article
Summary: Investigates the perspectives of 123 children in care and 95 staff members about bullying in residential care settings in five European countries (Bulgaria, France, Greece, Italy and Romania). Finds participants were not aware of the specific features of bullying, thought it was normative behaviour and were reluctant to ask for adults’ help. Staff members attributed bullying to children’s traumatic experiences and to a need for adult attention. Highlights a lack of standardised protocols and professional training to tackle bullying.
Journal: Children and Youth Services Review (Vol.100), May 2019, pp 451-460
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