Forty-five American students who are Deaf/hard of hearing (SWD/HOH) in grades 5-12 completed a survey assessing their experiences with peer victimization. Almost four-fifths reported victimizing peers over the past two months, and almost 90% reported being the victim of peer victimization during that same timeframe. The most commonly reported types of peer victimization were verbal and relational aggression. Students who attended a Deaf-only campus reported greater mean victimization than those attending magnet programs located in general education schools. The results highlight the need for evidence-based programs that address peer victimization among SWD/HOH.
Lund, E. M., & Ross, S. W. (2016). Peer Victimization in Students who are Deaf and Hard of Hearing: Exploring Educational Placement. JADARA, 50(2), 20-44. Retrieved from https://nsuworks.nova.edu/jadara/vol50/iss2/1