Showing and Exposure to Peer Bullying in a Sample of Serbian Students

Bisera Jevtic
2013 International Journal of Elementary Education  
It is a fact that there are differences between study results about frequency and forms of peer bullying. Thus, we come to the problem, do students in our school properly recognize bullying, what is the rate of correlation between different bullying forms (physical, verbal, social, sexual and electronic), and the rate of correlation between exposure to different bullying forms. The obtained results have shown that showing and exposure to peer bullying among students are very different
more » ... g examined variables of gender, school location, age, and using social networks and influence of sports. There are also differences inside the categories of peer bullying, so according to the data obtained for distribution of exposure to peer bullying regarding school location (rural-urban area), gender and age of students the most frequent bullying form is psychological violence, while sexual bullying is relatively less common.
doi:10.11648/j.ijedu.20130201.12 fatcat:zgmeyrvatrcaljy7arm3bvvlxi