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Bullying Prevention and Response

1. Bullying includes which of the following?

A. Purposely excluding someone from a group

B. Physical or verbal attacks

C. Spreading rumors

D. All of the above


2. Bullying is always repeated over time, therefore adults should wait for a pattern to emerge before responding.

A. True

B. False


3. Not all incidents of harassment or assault are bullying, and not all bullying involves harassment or assault.

A. True

B. False


4. Children and youth may find it easier to say or do mean things online or through electronic devices that they would not do face-to-face.

A. True

B. False


5. The most common form of bullying among those ages 12 to 18 is:

A. Being the subject of rumors.

B. Being verbally bullied.

C. Being pushed, shoved, tripped, or spit on.

D. Being excluded from activities.


6. Bullying is most accurately understood as:

A. A group phenomenon.

B. A problem between two children.

C. Both (A) and (B) represent bullying equally.

D. None of the above.


7. Children and youth are most likely to be bullied in:

A. High school

B. Middle school

C. Elementary school

D. There is no difference between ages


8. All of the following are more likely to be bullies, except for:

A. Those who have disengaged parents.

B. Those who have parents who adopt an authoritative parenting style.

C. Those who have overly permissive parents.

D. Those who have parents who use overly harsh discipline strategies.


9. Which of the following are at an increased risk of being bullied?

A. LGBT youth

B. Youth with disabilities

C. Socially isolated youth

D. All of the above


10. Adults who work with youth should:

A. Be trained in bullying prevention and response.

B. Develop skills in how to stop bullying on-the-spot.

C. Know what to do if bullying is suspected.

D. All of the above.


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