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dc.contributor.authorSkrzypiec, Grace
dc.contributor.authorSlee, Phillip T.
dc.contributor.authorSandhu, Damanjit
dc.identifier.citationInternational Journal of Emotional Education. 2015, Vol.7(1), p. 52-68.en_GB
dc.identifier.issn2073 7629
dc.description.abstractBullying is an international issue that is only just beginning to be researched in India and anecdotal evidence in Punjab, India, has suggested that most schools in the Punjab are in denial about bullying on campus. Our aim was to investigate the nature of bullying in this region using the PhotoStory Method. We sought to discover how young people in India perceived and experienced incidents of bullying. Three Punjabi schools were issued with ipads that students could use to email the researchers their illustrated stories about bullying. Using the Pic Collage App, 33 students aged 12-15 sent PhotoStories about experiences of victimization. Many stories described incidents of physical harassment, name calling and ‘Eve teasing’, which left students feeling sad, embarrassed, depressed and helpless. However, only four PhotoStories described incidents that met the definition of bullying i.e. that involved repetitive, hurtful behaviour perpetrated by a person or persons that could be considered more ‘powerful’ than the victim. Nonetheless, the stories, while not lengthy and overly descriptive, did indicate that physical acts of aggression between peers were common in and outside school. The findings are discussed in relation to definitional issues and the need to implement anti-violence programs in Indian schools.en_GB
dc.publisherCentre for Resilience & Socio-Emotional Healthen_GB
dc.subjectAdolescence -- Indiaen_GB
dc.subjectPanjabi languageen_GB
dc.titleUsing the PhotoStory method to understand the cultural context of youth victimisation in the Punjaben_GB
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