Covert bullying

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Professor Donna Cross led researchers from Edith Cowan University and NCAB members to investigate the prevalence and impact of covert bullying in Australian schools. The outcomes known as, The Australian Covert Bullying Prevalence Study, was commissioned by the Australian Government.

NCAB members Barbara Spears from the University of South Australia and Phillip Slee from Flinders University were involved in the qualitative Covert Bullying study into the human dimension of covert and cyber bullying. The study has led to better understanding of the issues and their impact on schools and their communities.

Behind the Scenes: Insights into the Human Dimension of Covert Bullying

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