Bullying From Both Sides: Strategic Interventions for Working With Bullies & Victims

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SAGE Publications, 2006 - Education - 191 pages
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The ultimate guide to recognizing and reducing bullying behaviors in school! 

Today’s bullies use more than threats and acts of physical violence to intimidate and humiliate their victims, so today’s educators can’t rely upon traditional disciplinary measures to tackle bullying in schools. Get to the heart of the matter by offering realistic interventions grounded in the psychology behind the actions of both bullies and victims. This new resource also provides an in-depth look at:

  • Differences between bullying and teasing
  • Profiles of students at risk for victimization
  • Cyberbullying and female bullies
  • Designing a bullying prevention program
  • Consequences when school personnel fail to act appropriately

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About the author (2006)

Walter B. Roberts, Jr., is a professor of counselor education at Minnesota State University, Mankato. He began his career in education as a classroom teacher in 1978 and later served as a school counselor before moving to higher education in 1993. In addition to being licensed for private practice, he has extensive public policy experience in mental health and school safety issues, consults and testifies with legislators and the judicial system, and is a frequent source with the media on counseling-related issues. Bullying from Both Sides, his first book published by Corwin Press in 2006, continues to be a bestseller.

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