Bullying: A Practical Guide to Coping for Schools
Longman, 1991 - Aggressiveness (psychology) in children - 183 pages
Bullying is seen as a major problem facing schools in Britain. It can hamper a victim's academic career as well as lead to acute unhappiness. The aim of this book is to provide practical ideas for teachers to use in dealing with bullying, and to report on recent findings of research into the problem.
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Practical considerations in dealing with bullying
A primary school approach what can be done about
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