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College Bullies – Precursors to Campus Violence: What Should Universities and College Administrators Know About the Law?


Susan Duncan


University of Louisville - Louis D. Brandeis School of Law


Villanova Law Review, Vol. 55, No. 2, 2010
University of Louisville School of Law Legal Studies Research Paper Series No. 2010-11

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Studies confirm that bullying often serves as a precursor to school violence and antisocial behavior. Additionally, bullying contributes to public health and social problems. Although there has been a growing interest in this topic for k-12 children and the workforce, there is limited data about the prevalence and prevention of bullying on college and university campuses. Because of the strong correlation between bullying and violence, colleges and universities need to address the problem of bullying with a comprehensive approach. This paper explores the unique nature of bullying in postsecondary education and offers solutions for dealing with it.

Number of Pages in PDF File: 104

Keywords: Bullying, Universities

JEL Classification: K10

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Date posted: July 7, 2010 ; Last revised: September 5, 2010

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Duncan, Susan, College Bullies – Precursors to Campus Violence: What Should Universities and College Administrators Know About the Law?. Villanova Law Review, Vol. 55, No. 2, 2010; University of Louisville School of Law Legal Studies Research Paper Series No. 2010-11. Available at SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=1635056

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University of Louisville - Louis D. Brandeis School of Law ( email )
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