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Parental knowledge of child-reported bully-victim and sexual harassment problems in seven Canadian schools

This paper reports on the involvement of parents in addressing the self reported bully-victim and sexual harassment problems of their children at school. The findings are based on data from a large, multi-school Canadian study investigating bully-victim problems, sexual harassment and racial discrimination in grades four through twelve. The report suggests that parent education and training should adopt a public health perspective to enhance school-based interventions.

 Parental knowledge of child-reported bully-victim and sexual harassment problems in seven Canadian schools: Implications for policy and program development. Mark Totten and Perpetua Quigley, November 6, 2005.  

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