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(p. 75) Supporting LGB/T Youth: Comprehensive School Transformation as Effective Bullying Prevention 

(p. 75) Supporting LGB/T Youth: Comprehensive School Transformation as Effective Bullying Prevention
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(p. 75) Supporting LGB/T Youth: Comprehensive School Transformation as Effective Bullying Prevention
Author(s):

Sarah S. Schriber

, Stacey S. Horn

, Christina Peter

, L. Boyd Bellinger

, and David Fischer

DOI:
10.1093/med:psych/9780199387656.003.0005
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date: 17 October 2019

Bullying and harassment are frequently linked to issues of bias and discrimination. ​​Bullying and harassment based on sexual orientation and gender identity (SOGI)​ comprise some of the most common forms of harassment in schools ​and can ​affect​ the health and functioning of​​ all youth. In this chapter, the authors introduce Comprehensive School Transformation (CST), a new approach for addressing bias-motivated bullying and harassment,​​ broadly, and SOGI-related harassment, specifically​​.​​ This approach includes tailoring and coordinating efforts in seven key domains to the unique needs of each school context. The chapter includes support for the CST model and resources that schools can use to start the CST process in their contexts.

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