Foreign experience in bullying prevention in schools
The aim of the article is to conduct a comprehensive study of bullying prevention at schools using foreign experience. The subject of research is the concept of bulling and features of its manifestation in educational institutions. The research methodology includes general scientific and special methods of legal science: method of theoretical analysis and systematization of scientific literature, method of modeling, statistical method, dogmatic method, logical method, method of summarization. Research results. The main causes, consequences of bullying in schools are analyzed and the characteristics of its participants are given. It is determined that bullying can be considered as a social, legal, psychological and pedagogical problem. Practical meaning. It is proved that schools without bullying differ in cohesion and various extracurricular forms of interaction between students. Value / originality. It is stated that the main means of counteracting this negative phenomenon in educational institutions are active public life, an atmosphere of openness, the possibility of collective conflict resolution under the guidance of a caring teacher.
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