Volume 4, Issue: 1, Article 4, 2016
Ahmad, Rahimah Haji, and Salleh, Norani Mohd. “Bullying and violence in the Malaysian school.” Violence at School: Global Issues and interventions. Ed. Toshio Ohsako. Paris: UNESCO, 1997.
Andrews, Gavin J., and Chen, Sandra. “The production of tyrannical space.” Children’s Geographies 4. 2. (2006):239-250. DOI: 10.1080/14733280600807120
Bansell, Peter, Davies, Bronwyn, Laws, Cath and Linnell, Sheridan. “Bullies, bullying and power in the contexts of schooling.” British Journal of Sociology of Education 30.1. (2009): 59-69. DOI: 10.1080/01425690802514391
Barboza, Gia Elise, Schiamberg, Lawrence B., Oehmke, James, Korzeniewski, Steven J., Post, Lori A., and Heraux, Cedrick G. “Individual characteristics and the multiple contexts of adolescent bullying: an ecological perspective.” Journal of Youth and Adolescence 38 (2009): 101-121. DOI: 10.1007/s10964-008-9271-1
Birkett, Michelle, Espelage, Dorothy L., and Koenig, Brian. “LGB and questioning students in schools: the moderating effects of homophobic bullying and school climate on negative outcomes.” Journal of Youth and Adolescence 38 (2009): 989-1000. DOI: 10.1007/s10964-008-9389-1
Bronfenbrenner, Urie. “Toward an experimental ecology of human development.” American Psychologist July (1977): 513-531. DOI: 10.1037/0003-066X.32.7.513
Bronfenbrenner, Urie. The Ecology of Human Development:Experiments by Nature and Design. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1979.
Canty, Justin, Stubbe, Maria, Steers, Denise, and Collings, Sunny. “The trouble with bullying – deconstructing the conventional definition of bullying for a child-centred investigation into children’s use of social media.”Children and Society (2014): DOI: 10.1111/chso.12103.
Carrera, María Victoria, DePalma, Renée, and Lameiras, María. “Towards a more comprehensive understanding of bullying in school settings.” Educational PsychologyReview 23 (2011): 479-499. DOI: 10.1007/s10648-011-9171-x
Connell, R. W. The Men and the Boys. California: University of California, 2001.
Davies, Bronwyn. “Bullies as guardians of the moral order or an ethic of truths?” Children and Society 25 (2011): 278-286. DOI: 10.1111/j.1099-0860.2011.00380.x
Drouet, D. “Adolescent female bullying and sexual harassment.” Understanding and Managing Bullying. Ed. Delwyn Tattum. London: Heinemann, 1993.
Duncan, Neil. Sexual Bullying: Gender Conflict and PupilCulture in Secondary Schools. London: Routledge, 1999.
Duncan, Neil. “‘If you tolerate this, then your children will be next’. Compulsion, compression, control, and competition in secondary schooling.” InternationalJournal on School Disaffection 10 (2013): 29-45.
Duncan, Neil, and Rivers, Ian, eds. Bullying: Experiences andDiscourses of Sexuality and Gender. London: Routledge, 2013.
Epstein, Debbie. “Real boys don’t work: ‘underachievement’, masculinity and the harassment of ‘sissies’.” Eds. Debbie Epstein, Janette Elwood, Valerie Hey, and Janet Maw.Failing Boys? Issues in Gender and Achievement. Buckingham: Open University Press, 1998.
Eriksson, Björn, Lindberg, Odd, Flygare, Erik, and Daneback, Kristian. Skolan – en arena för mobbning. Stockholm: Skolverket, 2002.
Espelage, Dorothy L. “Ecological theory: preventing youth bullying, aggression, and victimization.” Theory intoPractice 53 (2014): 257-264.
Espelage, Dorothy L., and Swearer, Susan M. “A socialecological model for bullying prevention and intervention. Understanding the impact of adults in the social ecology of youngsters.” Handbook of Bullying inSchools: An International Perspective. Eds. Shane R. Jimerson, Susan M. Swearer, and Dorothy L. Espelage. New York: Routledge, 2010. 61-72.
Espelage, Dorothy L., Holt, Melissa K., and Henkel, Rachel R.“Examination of peer-group contextual effects on aggression during early adolescence.” Child Development 74.1 (2003): 205-220. DOI: 10.1111/1467-8624.00531
Espelage, Dorothy L., Hong, Jun Sung, Rao, Mrinalini A., and Thornberg, Robert. “Understanding ecological factors associated with bullying across the elementary to middle school transition in the United States.” Violence andVictims (2014): DOI: 10.1891/0886-6708.VV-D-14-00046.
Galloway, David, and Roland, Erling. “Is the direct approach to reducing bullying always the best?” Eds. Peter K. Smith, Debra Pepler, and Ken Rigby. Bullying in Schools. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2004. 37-53. DOI: 10.1017/cbo9780511584466.004
Gilbert, Rob, and Gilbert, Pam. Masculinity goes to School. St Leonards: Allen and Unwin, 1998.
Hong, Jun Sung, and Espelage, Dorothy L. “A review of research on bullying and peer victimization in school: an ecological system analysis.” Aggression and ViolentBehaviour 17 (2012): 311-322. DOI: 10.1016/j.avb.2012.03.003
Hong, Jun Sung, and Garbarino, James. “Risk and protective factors for homophobic bullying in schools: an application of the social-ecological framework.”Educational Psychology Review 24 (2014): 271-285. DOI: 10.1007/s10648-012-9194-y
Hong, Jun Sung, Lee, Chang-Hun, Lee, Jungup, Lee, Na Youn, and Garbarino, James. “A review of bullying prevention and intervention in South Korean schools: an application of the social-ecological framework.” Child Psychiatryand Human Development 45 (2014): 433-442. DOI: 10.1007/s10578-013-0413-7
Horton, Paul. “Searching for traces of hegemonic masculinity in a New Zealand school setting.” Nordic Journal forMasculinity Studies 2.2 (2007): 163-182.
Horton, Paul. “School bullying and social and moral orders.”Children and Society 25.4 (2011): 268-277. DOI: 10.1111/j.1099-0860.2011.00377.x
Horton, Paul. Bullied into it: Bullying, Power and the Conductof Conduct. Stroud: E&E Publishing, 2012.
Horton, Paul, and Forsberg, Camilla. “Essays on school bullying: theoretical perspectives on a contemporary problem.” Confero: Essays on Education, Philosophyand Politics 3.1 (2015): 6-16.
Horton, Paul, Kvist Lindholm, Sofia, and Nguyen, Thu Hang.“Bullying the meek: a conceptualisation of Vietnamese school bullying.” Research Papers in Education 30.5 (2015): 635-645. DOI: 10.1080/02671522.2015.1027728
Huang, Hui, Hong, Jun Sung, and Espelage, Dorothy L.“Understanding factors associated with bullying and peer victimization in Chinese schools within ecological contexts.” Journal of Child and Family Studies 22 (2013): 881-892. DOI: 10.1007/s10826-012-9647-4
Kehily, Mary Jane, and Nayak, Anoop. “‘Lads and laughter’: humour and the reproduction of heterosexual hierarchies.” Gender and Education 9. 1. (1997): 69-89. DOI: 10.1080/09540259721466
Kessler, S., Ashenden, D., Connell, R., and Dowsett, G.“Gender relations in secondary schooling.” Sociology ofEducation 58. 1. (1985): 34-48.
Kousholt, Kristine, and Fisker, Tine Basse. “Approaches to reduce bullying in schools – a critical analysis from the viewpoint of first- and second-order perspectives onbullying.” Children and Society (2014): DOI: 10.1111/chso.12094.
Lim, Seok Jeng Jane, and Hoot, James L. “Bullying in an increasingly diverse school population: a social-ecological model analysis.” School Psychology International 36.3 (2015): 268-282. DOI: 10.1177/0143034315571158
Mac An Ghaill, Máirtín. The Making of Men: Masculinities,Sexualities and Schooling. Milton Keynes: Open University Press, 1994.
Martino, Wayne. “‘A bunch of arseholes’: exploring the politics of masculinity for adolescent boys in school.” SocialAlternatives 16. 3. (1997): 39-44.
Martino, Wayne. “‘Cool boys’, ‘party animals’, ‘squids’ and‘poofters’: interrogating the dynamics and politics of adolescent masculinities in school.” British Journal of Sociology of Education 20. 2. (1999): 239-263. DOI: 10.1080/01425699995434
Martino, Wayne. “Mucking around in class, giving crap, and acting cool: adolescent boys enacting masculinities in school.” Canadian Journal of Education 25. 2. (2000): 102-112. DOI: 10.2307/1585744
Mills, Martin. Challenging Violence in Schools: An Issue ofMasculinities. Buckingham: Open University Press, 2001.
Nickerson, Amanda B., Singleton, Demian, Schnurr, Britton, and Collen, Mary Helen. “Perceptions of school climate as a function of bullying involvement.” Journal of Applied School Psychology 30.2 (2014): 157-181. DOI: 10.1080/15377903.2014.888530
Patton, Desmond Upton, Hong, Jun Sung, Williams, Abigail B., and Allen-Meares, Paula. “A review of research on school bullying among African American youth: an ecological systems analysis.” Educational PsychologyReview 25 (2013): 245-260. DOI: 10.1007/s10648-013-9221-7
Phoenix, Ann, Frosh, Stephen, and Pattman, Rob. “Producing contradictory masculine subject positions: narratives of threat, homophobia and bullying in 11-14 year old boys.” Journal of Social Issues 59. 1. (2003): 179-195. DOI: 10.1111/1540-4560.t01-1-00011
Reay, Diane. “Shaun’s story: troubling discourses of white working-class masculinities.” Gender and Education 14. 3. (2002): 221-234. DOI: 10.1080/0954025022000010695
Renold, Emma. “‘Other’ boys: negotiating non-hegemonic masculinities in the primary school.” Gender andEducation 16. 2. (2004): 247-266.
Ringrose, Jessica, and Rawlings, Victoria. “Posthuman performativity, gender and ‘school bullying’: exploring the material-discursive intra-actions of skirts, hair, sluts, and poofs.” Confero: Essays on Education, Philosophy and Politics 3.1 (2015): 80-119. DOI: 10.3384/confero.2001-4562.150626
Ringrose, Jessica, and Renold, Emma. “Normative cruelties and gender deviants: the performative effects of bully discourses for girls and boys in school.” British Educational Research Journal 36. 4. (2010): 573-596. DOI: 10.1080/01411920903018117
Rivers, Ian, Duncan, Neil, and Besag, Valerie E. Bullying: AHandbook for Educators and Parents. Westport: Praeger, 2007.
Rodkin, Philip C., and Hodges, Ernest V. E. “Bullies and victims in the peer ecology: four questions for psychologists and school professionals.” SchoolPsychology Review 32.3 (2003): 384-400.
Swearer, Susan M., and Doll, Beth. “Bullying in schools: an ecological framework.” Journal of Emotional Abuse 2.2-3 (2001): 7-23.
Swearer, Susan M., and Hymel, Shelley. “Understanding the psychology of bullying: moving toward a socialecological diathesis-stress model.” American Psychologist 70.4. (2015): 344-353. DOI: 10.1037/a0038929
Swearer, Susan M., Espelage, Dorothy L., Vaillancourt, Tracy, and Hymel, Shelley. “What can be done about school bullying? Linking research to educational practice. ”Educational Researcher 39 (2010): 38-47.
Swearer Napolitano, Susan M., and Espelage, Dorothy L.“Expanding the social-ecological framework of bullying among youth: lessons learned from the past and directions for the future [Chapter 1].” EducationalPsychology Papers and Publications 140 (2011): 3-10.
Søndergaard, Dorte Marie. “The dilemmas of victim positioning.” Confero: Essays on Education, Philosophyand Politics 3.1 (2015): 36-79.
Tam, Frank Wai-Ming, and Taki, Mitsuru. “Bullying among girls in Japan and Hong Kong: an examination of the frustration-aggression model.” Educational Research and Evaluation 13. 4. (2007): 373-399. DOI: 10.1080/13803610701702894
Tanaka, Takeo. “The identity formation of the victim of‘shunning’.” School Psychology International 22. 4. (2001): 463-476. DOI: 10.1177/0143034301224006
Terefe, Dereje, and Mengistu, Derese. “Violence in Ethiopian schools: a study of some schools in Addis Ababa.” Ed. Toshio Ohsako. Violence at School: Global Issues andInterventions. Paris: UNESCO, 1997.
Thornberg, Robert. “The social dynamics of school bullying: the necessary dialogue between the blind men around the elephant and the possible meeting point at the socialecological square.” Confero: Essays on Education,Philosophy and Politics 3.1 (2015): 161-203. DOI: 10.3384/confero.2001-4562.1506245
Walton, Gerald. “‘Bullying widespread’: a critical analysis of research and public discourse on bullying.” Journal ofSchool Violence 4. 1. (2005): 91-118.
Walton, Gerald. “Spinning our wheels: reconceptualising bullying beyond behaviour-focused approaches.”Discourse: Studies in the Cultural Politics of Education 32. 1. (2011): 131-144. DOI: 10.1080/01596306.2011.537079
Walton, Gerald. “Bullying and the philosophy of shooting freaks.” Confero: Essays on Education, Philosophy andPolitics 3.2 (2015): 17-35.
Willer, Thomas, and Hansen, Søren Gade. Mobning 2004 – Enundersøgelse I 7. Klasse. Børnerådet og Dansk Center for Undervisningsmiljø, 2004.
Yoneyama, Shoko. The Japanese High School: Silence andResistance. London: Routledge, 1999.
Yoneyama, Shoko. “Theorising school bullying: insights from Japan.” Confero: Essays on Education, Philosophy andPolitics 3.2 (2015): 120-160.
Yoneyama, Shoko, and Murphey, Tim. “The tipping point of class size: when caring communications and relationships become possible.” JALT Hokkaido Journal 11. (2007): 1-13.
Yoneyama, Shoko, and Naito, Asao. “Problems with the paradigm: the school as a factor in understanding bullying (with special reference to Japan).” BritishJournal of Sociology of Education 24 (2003): 315-330. DOI: 10.1080/01425690301894