Kofoed, J. & D. M. Søndergaard (editors) (2009): Mobning – sociale processer på afveje. København: Hans Reitzels Forlag.
One of the studies from the Danish research project Exploring Bullying in Schools (eXbus). An anthology containing texts by, among others, Dorte Marie Søndergaard and Helle Rabøl Hansen, who must be regarded as the leading bullying researchers in Denmark. Jette Kofoed also writes about online bullying, and Nina Hein explores parental positions in bullying among school children. The anthology is a counterargument to the bullying perspective of pioneers of bullying research such as Dan Olweus. It describes the community-oriented view of bullying that Free of Bullying is based on.
Kofoed, J. & D. M. Søndergaard (editors) (2013): Mobning gentænkt. København: Hans Reitzels Forlag.
A continuaion of the above-mentioned anthology.
Exploring Bullying in Schools (eXbus) website
For more information about the eXbus research project and a list of English sources linked to the community-based view of bullying, visit their website.
Schott, R.M. & D.M. Søndergaard (editors) (2014): School Bullying: New Theories in Context. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
The communtiy-based view of bullying described in an English article.
Hansen, H.R. m.fl. (2017): Mobning – Viden og værktøjer for fagfolk. København: Akademisk Forlag
A collection of the latest scientific knowledge in the field of bullying prepared on behalf of Free of Bullying. Aimed at practitioners in schools and childcare facilities, the anthology contains texts by various scholars: Helle Rabøl Hansen about the community-based view of bullying in general; Louise Klinge about professional relationship skills (the way professionals create positive relationships with and between children); Stine Kaplan Jørgensen about bullying interventions; Nina Hein about parental positions; Stine Liv Johansen about life online for children; Kit Stender Petersen about bullying in preschool; and Helle Plauborg about classroom leadership as a tool to prvent bullying.
Health Behaviour in School-aged Children (HBSC) study (hbsc.org)
HBSC is a WHO collaborative cross-national study of adolescent health and well-being. The survey, administered in schools, is undertaken every four years using a questionnaire for 11-, 13- and 15-year-olds. HBSC findings are used at the national, regional and international levels to:
gain new insight into young people’s health and well-being
understand the social determinants of health
inform policy and practice to improve young people’s lives.
The latest survey was undertaken in 2017–18 in 45 countries in Europe and North America.