*StopBullying.gov U.S. Government website. Misdirections in bullying prevention and response, Video, 6:21 minutes, Dr. Catherine Bradshaw, a national expert in bullying prevention with an overview of what works and what doesn’t. Misdirections in bullying and prevention, pdf with bullet points.
*School-based Programs to Reduce Bullying and Victimization meta-analyses conducted by Ttofi and Farrington, considered by many to be the most comprehensive. Another (less readable) PDF version is available here.
Anti-bullying strategies in schools–What is done and what works, Fran Thompson & Peter K Smith. Short (32p) and readable.
Cyberbullying in the Global Playground: Research from International Perspectives, edited by Qing Li, Donna Cross, Peter K. Smith. GoogleBooks, limited preview. A survey of the literature.
Bullying in Different Contexts, by Monks/Coyne. Survey of literature on schools. Bibliography. GBooks partial view.
Bullying: The 34 we lost in 2010 to Bullycide, Christopher Burgess. Blog post about bullying, cyberbullying, and bullycide, with profiles of the child suicides, and some links to programs and psych studies. “There are three sides of the equation: Those who bully; Those who are bullied; and Those who stand by and watch the event.”
Bullying and Suicide, Psychiatric Times. [pages 2-4 behind paywall] “Studies among middle school and high school students show increased risk of suicidal behavior among bullies and victims. Bot perpetrators and victims are at the highest risk for suicidal ideation and behavior.”