Bullying and Hazing
Greenhaven Press, 2008 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 112 pages
Students must often make informed decisions about serious issues that will affect the course of their lives. Smoking, drunk driving, and violence are just a few of these challenging issues. Focusing on topics of special concern to students, the Issues That Concern You series helps make these complex issues less intimidating and more accessible. Each volume presents eight to twelve readings from a variety of perspectives that allow students to better understand and navigate the highlighted topic. Color photos, charts, graphs, tables and editorial cartoons reinforce information as well as present important statistical data. Each volume also includes factual analysis taken from a variety of government and research facilities, to tell students more of what they want to know about the issue. Relevant Web sites, a bibliography and thorough subject index round out each volume. Book jacket.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Sports Hazing Is Becoming a Bigger Problem
Students Keep Hazing a Secret
Organizations to Contact
1 other sections not shown
abuse adults aggressive alcohol Alfred University Andy Carvin anti-bullying athletes behavior boys bullying and hazing Bullying Nonverbal Bullying Verbal choir create cyberspace Dardenne Prairie Dennis Murphy e-mail Emotional Bullying feel fighting football fraternity and sorority friends going Greek happens harassment hazing activities hazing rituals high school students homophobia Homophobic Bullying hotlines humiliating hurt incidents instant messaging Internet involved issue Jonathan Turley kids LGBT mean Megan Meier Mepham High School Murphy MySpace now.com offers organization parents participate peer culture percent person Physical Bullying players pledges Pollard says Popkin problem programs rankism Reproduced by permission responsible Ribbon of Promise Ruvolo school officials school violence sexual orientation someone Stop Bullying stop hazing strategies talk target teachers teasing teenagers teens tell things threats tion USA Today victims walk youth violence