By Dorothy L. Espelage,Susan M. Swearer
Given the complexity of bullying and victimization, this e-book supplies suggestions for faculties as they advance prevention and intervention programming for bullying. supplying a resource during which college directors can make the most of the examine findings, the publication is split into 5 elements. half I illustrates the significance of person features throughout bully-victim subtypes. half II addresses how peer teams relate to bullying around the tuition years. half III explores how lecturers and study rooms impact bullying and aggression through the university years. half IV implicates ecological structures in fostering and conserving bullying in faculties. It additionally highlights the potential of those platforms to paintings in battling bullying. half V specializes in particular features of prevention and intervention planning.
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Bullying in American Schools: A Social-Ecological Perspective on Prevention and Intervention by Dorothy L. Espelage,Susan M. Swearer