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What is bullying at work? Different stages involved in the escalation process of dispute-related bullying Zoom Original png, 20k. A conceptual framework for the study and management of bullying at work Zoom Original png, 46k. List of illustrations Title Figure 1. A conceptual framework for the study and management of bullying at work Credits From Einarsen et al. Top of page. Understanding the need to assess the impact of the program, program staff initially partnered with researchers from the University of Texas, School of Social Work to develop and refine evaluation methods.
The initial, qualitative evaluation focused on Expect Respect support groups for at-risk youth. Participants described the importance of strong and authentic relationships among group members. These findings provided the impetus for strengthening the support group curriculum by focusing on active skill development within an emotionally safe and respectful group environment. Expect Respect continued to refine survey instruments to quantify program outcomes of support groups. Promising results laid the groundwork for a multi-year, controlled outcome evaluation of Expect Respect Support Groups funded by the CDC.
We conducted a non-randomized controlled evaluation with over 1, participants in 36 schools. Baseline surveys were completed during the fall, wave 2 during the spring, and wave 3 during the fall of the following year. For boys, the number of group sessions attended related to incremental declines in psychological, physical and sexual TDV victimization, psychological and sexual TDV perpetration, and reactive and proactive aggression.
Results suggest that Expect Respect Support Groups are an effective strategy to reduce peer aggression among high-risk adolescent boys and girls, and additionally reduce teen dating violence perpetration and victimization among boys. Expect Respect has the potential to decrease negative health and educational outcomes associated with aggression in peer and dating relationships. Journal of Preventive Medicine — Computers in Human Behavior, 49 , — Google Scholar. Anderson, C. Human aggression. Annual Review of Psychology, 53 , — CrossRef Google Scholar.
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