Bullying Victimization of Learners with Disabilities: Basis for the Development of an Anti-Bullying Survival Kit

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Ruthell Moreno

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Bullying victimization, learners with disabilities, Anti-Bullying Survival Kit

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This explanatory mixed methods study aimed to determine the challenges experienced and the coping strategies employed by high school learners with disabilities who have experienced bullying victimization as basis for the development of an Anti-Bullying Survival Kit. As an output of this study, this survival kit contains insights, strategies, activities, and resources that may help address bullying.

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