Browsing School of Health Sciences by Subject "Macroeconomics"
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Socioeconomic inequality in exposure to bullying during adolescence: a comparative cross-sectional multilevel study in 35 countries. (American Public Health Association, 2009)Objectives. We examined the socioeconomic distribution of adolescent exposure to bullying internationally and documented the contribution of the macroeconomic environment. Methods. We used an international survey of 162 ...