Bullying: How to Spot It, How to Stop It

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Rodale, 2006 - Bullying - 319 pages
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More than half of all schoolchildren have been bullied. Although lip-service is often paid to anti-bullying policies, the torment of bullying continues to be real and widespread and the damage done is lasting. It explains what causes children to bully, why bullying is on the increase, what makes a child a victim, and how children can develop coping skills to deal with problems at school and on the streets. A complete guide for all parents and teachers, it shows you how to stay alert to problems andhow to tackle them when they happen. There are lots of books on bullying for teachers and other professionals, books for children themselves, and books on workplace bullying, but nothing quite like this wide-ranging, up-to-date, proactive guide to every aspect of school-age bullying.

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Karen Sullivanis the Irma Brandeis Professor of Romance Culture and Literature at Bard College.She is the author of"The Interrogation of Joan of Arc "and of"Truth and the Heretic: ""Crises of Knowledge in Medieval French Literature", the winner of the Modern Language Association s Aldo and Jeanne Scaglione Prize for French and Francophone Studies.

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