Bullies: From the Playground to the Boardroom : Strategies for Survival

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Health Communications, 2002 - Family & Relationships - 207 pages
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Emotionally disturbing yet cathartic, this groundbreaking book by two leading experts in the field of community intervention, anger and addiction, provides a compelling expose on all aspects of bullying. Using in-depth case studies of bullies and those they bullied, Middelton-Moz and Zawadski provide a true look at the problem and what can be done to stop it.

Focusing on environments where bullying occurs most frequently—in schools, homes, relationships, workplaces and cyberspace—the authors identify six bullying strategies that encourage bullying behavior and provide concrete ways to defuse tense or potentially hazardous situations. Equally important, Middleton-Moz and Zawadski explain how to reach out to bullies with the appropriate guidance and support, without which bullies will only continue to create fear and anxiety in others.

No matter how hard they try, it is virtually impossible for parents to keep up with all the apps and technological changes that enable bullying to remain anonymous. To help them, the authors have included a chapter just for parents on how to monitor their children's behavior and online interactions to keep them grounded. For both parents and educators, Middleton-Moz and Zawadski also explore innovative anti-bullying programs and offer advice about which ones are really working. 

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About the author (2002)

Jane Middleton-Moz has a masters degree in clinical psychology. She is the founder of Middleton-Moz Associates in Montpelier, Vermont, and Liberty Lake, Washington, and speaks internationally on issues of multigenerational grief and trauma and cultural and ethnic self-hate.

Mary Lee Zawadski works in the field of addiction and dependency. She is an international lecturer and consultant.

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