Bullying or Peer Aggression? A Pilot Study with Punjabi Adolescents

Grace Skrzypiec, Phillip Slee, Damanjit Sandhu, Shubhdip Kaur

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Since Dan Olweus (Reference Olweus1978) first drew our attention to the phenomenon of bullying in Western schools, scholars have conducted many studies in different countries and contexts investigating bullying. As Slee and Skrzypiec (Reference Slee and Skrzypiec2016) have noted in countries such as Japan, a considerable history exists of research on the topic. However, research in bullying has been quite sparse in India (Narayanan & Betts, Reference Narayanan and Betts2014; Chapter 1).
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationBullying, Cyberbullying and Student Well-Being in Schools
Subtitle of host publicationComparing European, Australian and Indian Perspectives
Editors Peter K. Smith, Suresh Sundaram, Barbara A. Spears, Catherine Blaya, Mechthild Schäfer, Damanjit Sandhu
Place of PublicationLondon
PublisherCambridge University Press
Number of pages16
ISBN (Electronic)9781316987384
ISBN (Print)9781107189393
Publication statusPublished - 2018


  • Bullying
  • peer agression
  • Punjabi schools


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