This article explores how bullying in schools can affect the victim into adulthood and introduces a research study and a new book on the topic. The author, Ellen Walser deLara is interviewed by Ed Week as part of this article.Source:
Kate Stoltzfus, Education Week, November 2, 2016Description:
While there have been many studies about the psychological effects of bullying on children—there has been less research about what happens after they reach adulthood. Ellen Walser deLara, a family therapist and associate professor of social work at Syracuse University, interviewed more than 800 U.S. adults ages 18 to 65 about their experiences with bullying for her recent book Bullying Scars: The Impact on Adult Life and Relationships (Oxford University Press).
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