How can you refine your question or topic even further, now that you have described the findings?

Create a draft of the findings of the articles you have selected and how they contribute to our knowledge of this problem. Be sure to address each of the following items in your draft:

1. Discuss the strengths and weaknesses of each piece.
2. If the articles talk to each other (that is, if they support or contrast with one another), explain how and why.
3. What does the evidence tell us?
4. Is there another possible explanation you can think of? Based on what you have read, what is your hypothesis? In other words, what is your explanation for the findings?
5. How can you refine your question or topic even further, now that you have described the findings?

Your draft should be double-spaced and in 12 point, Times New Roman font with normal one-inch margins, written in APA style, and free of typographical and grammatical errors. It should include a title page with a running head and a reference page. The body of the paper should be at least 5-6 pages in length minimum

In brief, bullying in schools as a social problem has no place at this point in time. The impacts it causes such as mental health problems, suicides and drug abuse are detrimental. As a result, conducting a literature review on the best method to curb it is necessary. The best program would be obtained when key stakeholders commit to come together and work as a team as pointed by various literatures outlined below.


Chen, I. L., & Shen, L. (2018). Cybercitizens at Schools. In Emerging Trends in Cyber Ethics and Education (pp. 91-117). IGI Global.

Clarke, J. N. (2018). Bullying in newsmagazines in Canada and the US: growing up is a risky and dangerous business. Journal of Children and Media, 12(1), 66-80.

Collier, D. W., & Lantinga, S. B. (2014). US Approaches to Counter Childhood Bullying. J. Glob. Just. & Pub. Pol’y, 1, 247.

Fisher, K., Cassidy, B., Ren, D., & Mitchell, A. M. (2018). Implementation of a school-based bullying program. Journal of community health nursing, 35(2), 41-48.

Friedman, O., Levin, D., & Nivasch, E. (2017). Childhood Bullying and One Way to Keep your Kids Out of the Statistics: Non-Surgical Interventions for Congenital Ear Deformities. GSL J Women’s Healthcare, 1, 101.

Hicks, J., Jennings, L., Jennings, S., Berry, S., & Green, D. A. (2018). Middle School Bullying: Student Reported Perceptions and Prevalence. Journal of Child and Adolescent Counseling, 1-14.

Jones, J. R., & Augustine, S. M. (2015). Creating an Anti-Bullying Culture in Secondary Schools: Characterizes to Consider When Constructing Appropriate Anti-Bullying Programs. American Secondary Education, 43(3).

Mazzone, A., Camodeca, M., & Salmivalli, C. (2018). Stability and change of outsider behavior in school bullying: The role of shame and guilt in a longitudinal perspective. The Journal of Early Adolescence, 38(2), 164-177.

Mitchell, K. (2017). Bullying in Our Schools: The Impact of the Bullying Prevention Program.

Nielsen, M. B., Nielsen, G. H., Notelaers, G., & Einarsen, S. (2015). Workplace bullying and suicidal ideation: A 3-wave longitudinal Norwegian study. American Journal of Public Health, 105(11), e23-e28.

Schott, R. M., & Søndergaard, D. M. (Eds.). (2014). School bullying: New theories in context. Cambridge University Press.

Siegle, D. (2017). Technology: The Dark Side of Using Technology. Gifted Child Today, 40(4), 232-235.

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