Endnotes

  1. Beaty, Lee A., and Erick B. Alexeyev. “The Problem of School Bullies: What the Research Tells Us.” Adolescence 43.169 (2008): 1-11. Print.
  2. Finkelhor, David. Trends in Bullying and Peer Victimization. Durham, New Hampshire: Crimes Against Children Research Center, 2013. Print.
  3. Levy, Nathaniel, et al. Bullying in a Networked Era: A Literature Review. Cambridge, MA: Berkman Center for Internet & Society Research Publication Series, 2012. Print.; Vaillancourt, Tracy, Shelley Hymel, and Patricia McDougall. “Bullying Is Power: Implications for School-Based Intervention Strategies.” Journal of Applied School Psychology 19.2: 157-76. Print.
  4. Griffiths, I. J., et al. “Obesity and Bullying: Different Effects for Boys and Girls.” Archives of Disease in Childhood 91.2: 121-25. Print.; Rebecca M. Puhl, Joerg Luedicke. “Weight-Based Victimization among Adolescents in the School Setting: Emotional Reactions and Coping Behaviors.” Journal of Youth and Adolescence 41 (2012): 27-40. Print. (Griffiths et al. 2006; Puhl, Peterson and Luedicke 2013; Lumegn et al 2010)
  5. Levy, Nathaniel, et al. Bullying in a Networked Era: A Literature Review. Cambridge, MA: Berkman Center for Internet & Society Research Publication Series, 2012. Print.
  6. Please see http://www.transgenderlaw.org/resources/transfactsheet.pdf for more information.
  7. Corsaro, William. The Sociology of Childhood. London: Pine Forge Press, 1997. Print.
  8. See Dave Cullen’s book Columbine (2009) for more on this discussion.