Dealing with Bullying

Volume 330

Editor: Justin Healey

Print book ISBN: 9781921507533

E-book ISBN: 9781921507540

Year: 2011

$28.00 (includes $2.55 GST)



Bullying is the deliberate desire by one or more people to hurt, threaten or frighten someone with words, behaviour or actions. Bullying can be verbal, physical, social or psychological and is one of the major issues facing young people today. It occurs at school, in the workplace, and even online as cyberbullying – it is very common, and it can happen to anyone. Bullying can have devastating impacts on victims, and it can also have detrimental effects on all involved, including bullies.

This book identifies the various forms of bullying, explains its causes and effects, and presents advice on how to develop strategies in schools, workplaces and at home to deal with bullying behaviour. Banish bullying – don’t put up with it, deal with it.

Chapter 1: Bullying at school
Chapter 2: Cyberbullying
Chapter 3: Bullying at work
Worksheets and activities; Glossary; Fast facts; Web links; Index

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