Bullies, bullying and power in the contexts of schooling

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Bansel, Peter, Davies, Bronwyn, Laws, Cath and Linnell, Sheridan. (2009). Bullies, bullying and power in the contexts of schooling. British Journal of Sociology of Education.
AuthorsBansel, Peter, Davies, Bronwyn, Laws, Cath and Linnell, Sheridan
Abstract

In this paper the four authors explore the experience of school bullying, drawing on stories of bullying generated in a collective biography workshop and on fictional accounts of bullying. They counter the current trend of reading bullying as individual or family pathology with a post‐structuralist analysis of subjectification and power.

Keywordsbullying; schools; violence; poststructuralist
Year2009
JournalBritish Journal of Sociology of Education
PublisherRoutledge
Page range59 - 69
Research GroupSchool of Education
Place of publicationLondon, United Kingdom
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