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Bullying Behavior : Current Issues, Research, and Interventions
Edited by Robert A. Geffner
Routledge / Haworth Press / Softcover / Feb 2002
9780789014368 (ISBN-10: 078901436X)
Bullying - Professional
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200 pages
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These timely intervention strategies make your school safer for everyone!

Bullying Behavior: Current Issues, Research, and Interventions provides the most up-to-date reports on the dynamics of bullying, including who bullies and why, who the victims are, and how depression and anxiety are correlated with bullying. It also presents detailed case studies of successful anti-bullying strategies for both local schools and national campaigns. Drawing on national and international clinical research, this book is indispensable for teachers and school administrators, therapists and child psychologists, social workers, child advocates and counselors, court personnel, probation officers, and education policymakers.

Bullying Behavior addresses all the issues of bullying, including:
preventing sexual harassment
models of bully and victim behavior
the roles of dominance and bullying in the development of early heterosexual relationships
psychosocial correlates in bullying and victimization
peer influences during early adolescence
students who are passive observers to the victimization of others
Reviews: “This book is well rooted in history and contemporary research and focuses on these themes or approaches: theoretical perspectives, dynamics of bullying behavior, interventions, and prevention, including important models for schools.”
World Pastoral Care Center Resources Hotline

“For this scholarly collection, the editors have selected THE MOST CURRENT RESEARCH on the topic, including chapters on who bullies are and why they exhibit this behavior, whom they victimize, and other factors that may come into play. . . . Of interest to counselors, social workers, therapists, school administrators, and education policy makers.”
School Library Journal

“This helpful tool provideseducated suggestions on how violence among young children can be dealt with and, ultimately, avoided.”
Youth Today

“A SERIES OF WELL-RESEARCHED STUDIES aimed at professionals. . . . Provides some models for how professionals can approach the issue.”
Choice Magazine

“DESERVES TO BE READ BY EVERYONE WHO WANTS TO REDUCE YOUTH VIOLENCE. . . . Bullying has rightfully become a major consideration in our efforts to reduce the incidence and prevalence of school violence and other forms of aggression in young people. This book makes a significant contribution to the literature. Not only does it expand our understanding of various theoretical perspectives and dynamics; it also takes a close look at interventions that can address the problem of bullying.”
Joseph T. McCann, PsyD, JD, Editor, Journal of Threat Assessment

“ESSENTIAL READING for school administrators and staff, mental health practitioners, and others. . . . AN IMPORTANT CONTRIBUTION TO THE FIELD. . . . Provides interesting perspectives regarding the impact bullying has in American schools, on what intervention strategies might be most effective, and on how various disciplines might broaden the discussion and our understanding of bullying.”
Nancy Mullin-Rindler, MEd, Director, Project on Teasing and Bullying, Wellesley College Centers for Women


Introduction—What a Difference a Discipline Makes: Bullying Research and Future Directions
Theoretical Perspectives
Bullying in Schools: An Ecological Framework
Tripartite Beliefs Models of Bully and Victim Behavior
Conversations with Middle School Students About Bullying and Victimization: Should We Be Concerned?
The Roles of Dominance and Bullying in the Development of Early Heterosexual Relationships
Dynamics of Bullying Behavior: Clinical Research
The Interrelationships of Behavioral Indices of Bully and Victim Behavior
Psychosocial Correlates in Bullying and Victimization: The Relationship Between Depression, Anxiety, and Bully/Victim Status
Bullying and Victimization During Early Adolescence: Peer Influences and Psychosocial Correlates
Interventions and Prevention
Middle School Bullying as a Context for the Development of Passive Observers to the Victimization of Others
Preventing Bullying and Sexual Harassment in Elementary Schools: The Expect Respect Model
Self-Efficacy in a New Training Model for the Prevention of Bullying in Schools
Reference Notes Included

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