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Who do children tell when they are being bullied?

In the 1990s, children from 25 secondary schools in England were asked about bullying. Their answers revealed that if they were being bullied it was most common for them to turn to a best friend for help. It was also found that children were more likely to turn to their mother rather than father in the home and if approaching a member of staff in the school, it was most likely to be their form tutor.
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Article details

D Glover, G Gough, M Johnstone and N Cartwright (2000) 'Bullying in 25 Secondary Schools: incidence, impact and intervention', in 'Educational Research', Volume 42, Number 2, Summer.
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