What Components of Bullying Prevention are Present within Minnesota Schools and Communities?
Date of Paper/Work
Master of Social Work (M.S.W.)
Type of Paper/Work
Clinical research paper
Kari L. Fletcher
The purpose of this study was to determine which components of bullying prevention are present within Minnesota schools and communities, according to Minnesota school social workers. This study was a quantitative study, which used surveys to collect data. Respondents answered 37 questions regarding bullying at their respective schools. Thirty-four (n = 34) Minnesota school social workers were recruited through the Minnesota School Social Work Association using email. The findings from this study demonstrated that Minnesota schools and communities are implicating most components needed for an effective bullying prevention program. The findings also implicated that continuing research needs to look at differences in rural versus urban settings and differing types of bullying among students. School social workers should be aware of the impact bullying has on students and continue implementing school bullying prevention programs.
bullying, Minnesota School Social Workers
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Martin, McKena Katherine, "What Components of Bullying Prevention are Present within Minnesota Schools and Communities?" (2013). Social Work Master’s Clinical Research Papers. 227.