Lavelle Hendricks

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WORKPLACE BULLYING: THE LIVED EXPERIENCES OF EDUCATORS

Deidra Alexander Sorrell, Ed.D. ABSTRACT The purpose of this research was to examine the lived experiences of elementary school educators facing workplace bullying within the public school system settings. This qualitative inquiry used the hermeneutic phenomenological design. Constructivism served as the theoretical framework for this study because it allowed the participants and the researcher to …

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How Much Do Parents Know About Bullying?

Martha Mendez-Baldwin Stephanie Riggi Saranda Shabaj Manhattan College Abstract A significant amount of research has been conducted on bullying; however, there exists a dearth of research on parents and bullying.  Parents play a paramount role in a child’s development. Since bullying has become increasingly prevalent over the last decade, it is extremely important that parent …

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Permanent link to this article: http://sites.tamuc.edu/bullyingjournal/how-much-do-parents-know-about-bullying/

Youth Soccer Players’ Views About Bullying and Hazing

Martha Mendez-Baldwin Lorenzo Froehle Abstract Bullying is an issue of great concern for today’s youth, parents, and educators.  Hazing is a form of bullying which is quite common in sports.  80 percent of National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) athletes say they have experienced some form of hazing throughout their college athletic career.  Although many young …

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Sleep Deprivation as a Function of Bully-Induced Conflict: Interruptions of College Students’ Peaceful Sleep

Elena V. Chudnovskaya, Ph.D. Diane M. Millette, Ed.D. Michael J. Beatty, Ph.D. Abstract Bullying creates stress from conflict in interpersonal relationships, and has a negative impact on the mental and physiological health of victims, including depression and anxiety. However, little attention has been focused on the impact of bullying on the physical health of victims. …

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Bullying: College Students’ Views and Experiences

Martha Mendez-Baldwin Manhattan College Bullying: College Students’ Views and Experiences Abstract The primary focus of this study was to examine college students’ views about bullying and to learn about their previous experiences with bullying.  Participants for this study consisted of 108 undergraduate students at Manhattan College. They complete a survey assessing general attitudes and experiences …

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Permanent link to this article: http://sites.tamuc.edu/bullyingjournal/bullying-college-students-views-and-experiences/