101 Facts about Bullying: What Everyone Should Know
Everyone involved with the care and welfare of children and young adults is confronted with the issue of bullying, which is one of life's major pressures facing children. Bullying behaviors create an uncomfortable, threatening, and even hostile environment that make it difficult for children to learn. 101 Facts about Bullying is designed to break down what the research says about bullying and its effects, offering ideas for what can and should be done to minimize or reduce it. Kevorkian systematically discusses topics ranging from relational bullying to cyber bullying to media and video violence to the legal ramifications of bullying, debunking myth and uncloaking the facts about bullying and its prevention.
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