Banishing Bullying Behavior: Transforming the Culture of Peer Abuse by Suellen FriedBanishing Bullying Behavior: Transforming the Culture of Peer Abuse by Suellen Fried

Banishing Bullying Behavior: Transforming the Culture of Peer Abuse

bySuellen Fried, Blanche Sosland

Paperback | September 9, 2011

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Banishing Bullying Behavior challenges students, educators, parents, and policy makers. The purpose is to confront the culture of cruelty that permeates our society and is seeping into our schools. This book is filled with insights, anecdotal material, and strategies. It requires that we become change agents and empower our children to transform pain, rage, and revenge to empathy, kindness, and healing.
Title:Banishing Bullying Behavior: Transforming the Culture of Peer AbuseFormat:PaperbackDimensions:192 pages, 9.08 × 6.1 × 0.6 inPublished:September 9, 2011Publisher:R&L EducationLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1610484339

ISBN - 13:9781610484336

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Table of Contents

Chapter 1 Transforming the Culture Chapter 2 Dimensions and Overview of Bullying Chapter 3 Back to Bullying Basics Chapter 4 Getting Specific About Bullying Chapter 5 Cyberbullying: Unimagined Cruelty Chapter 6 Bully Free Summer Camps Chapter 7 Bullying from Pre-School through Adolescence Chapter 8 Helping Special Needs Students Achieve Success Chapter 9 The Challenges of Changing the Culture Chapter 10 Change Agents Chapter 11 Empowering Students in the Solution Chapter 12 Ten Burning Questions Chapter 13Parents as Protectors, Partners, and Change Agents Chapter 14 Letters From the Children

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SuEllen Fried and her colleague Blanche Sosland have brought heart and head to bear in this book. They offer a thoughtful analysis, communicate compassion for targets and perpetrators alike, and explore programmatic efforts to make schools more positive places for children and youth.