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A social justice perspective on bullying.

Brooks, Keeshawna
June 4, 2015

Source: (2014) Communıqué. 43(2):1, 4-5.

Bullying as a barrier to school resources and academic achievement (Polanin & Vera,
2013), along with its moral and power-based underpinnings, becomes an issue aptly viewed through the lens
of social justice. In this article, we begin by defining bullying. Second, we discuss social justice, morality, and power in the context of bullying. We then connect the
concepts and offer antibullying strategies, including the presentation of a restorative
justice model. (excerpt0


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