Bullying: The Bullies, the Victims, the Bystanders

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Scarecrow Press, Jan 1, 2003 - Education - 116 pages
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This easy-to-read book describes the problem of bullying at all school levels—elementary, middle, and high. Chapters include different types of bullying that occur and how they effect the bully, the bullied, and the bystander. The authors report the results of many studies including personal research to discuss incidences of bullying at school, and list of sources for preventing and intervening to reduce this type of misbehavior are included.
  

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An amazing overview of the statistics, symptoms and consequences (long term and short term) of bullying--for the bully, the victim, and the bystanders. It is also full of resources--books, websites ... Read full review

Contents

BULLYING AT SCHOOL AN OVERVIEW
1
BULLYING IN THE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL THE PROBLEM
11
ELEMENTARY SCHOOL BULLYING PREVENTIONS AND INTERVENTIONS
21
BULLYING IN THE MIDDLE SCHOOL THE PROBLEM
31
MIDDLE SCHOOL BULLYING PREVENTIONS AND INTERVENTIONS
41
BULLYING IN THE HIGH SCHOOL THE PROBLEM
53
HIGH SCHOOL BULLYING PREVENTIONS AND INTERVENTIONS
63
HOW ADULTS CAN SUPPORT A BULLYFREE ENVIRONMENT
75
CREATING SAFE SCHOOLS FOR ALL STUDENTS
85
STAR PLEDGE
93
STUDENT AND TEACHER SURVEYS TO IDENTIFY BULLYING ON CAMPUS
95
SAMPLE SCHOOL ANTIBULLYING POLICIES
103
ADDITIONAL RESOURCES
107
INDEX
111
ABOUT THE AUTHORS
115
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About the author (2003)

Sandra Harris is a former public school superintendent. She is currently a full professor and chair of the Department of Secondary Education and Educational Leadership at Stephen F. Austin State University in Nacogdoches, Texas.

Garth F. Petrie is professor of Educational Leadership at Stephen F. Austin State University. His research interests are in the areas of school discipline.

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