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Title:
The anti-bullying handbook
Author:
Sullivan, Keith.
Personal Author:
Publication Information:
Auckland, N.Z. ; New York : Oxford University Press, [2000]

©2000
Physical Description:
xiv, 250 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
Language:
English
ISBN:
9780195583885
Format :
Book

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Central Library BF637.B85 S85 2000 Adult Non-Fiction Non-Fiction Area
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Summary

Summary

The Anti Bullying Handbook is an invaluable resource for parents, teachers, administrators, counsellors, therapists, and teacher trainers and trainees. Practicable and accessible, it helps us understand what bullying is and how to arrest it or prevent it from happening. The first part of the book provides a clear overview of what we understand about bullying. It is based on up-to-date information from the world's leading experts. The second part tells us how to go about solving the problem of bullying. This includes how to set up a preventative whole schoolanti-bullying programme, how to deal with bullying as it occurs, and how to monitor it so that it doesn't recur. The book also identifies and describes the best anti-bullying sites from the worldwide web.


Author Notes

Keith Sullivan is at the School of Education, University of Victoria.


Table of Contents

Part 1 What Is Bullying And What We Know About It
1 Introduction
2 What we know about bullying
Part 2 Planning, Philosophy And Policy
3 How to create an anti-bullying initiative
4 Clarifying a school philosophy
5 Planning and information gathering
6 A school policy on bullying
Part 3 Preventative Strategies
7 Strategies for teachers
8 Interactive strategies in the classroom
9 The school environment
Part 4 Interventions
10 Peer strategies: befriending
11 Peer strategies: counselling and mediation
12 The no blame approach
13 A circle of friends
14 The P.E.A.C.E. pack and bullying in schools
15 Kia Kaha and Stop Bullying
16 The Pikas method of shared concern
17 Follow-up strategies for students
Conclusion
Appendices
I Two Examples of School Anti-Bullying Policies
II Other Anti-Bullying Programs
III The Strathclyde Relationship Maps
IV Ice-breakers
V Anti-Bullying Resources on the Internet
References
Select Bibliography
Index

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