Bullying and cyberbullying : what every educator needs to know / Elizabeth Kandel Englander.
- Cambridge, Mass. : Harvard Education Press, c2013.
vi, 206 p. ; 23 cm.
Bullying in schools.
Internet and children.
- Introduction: The bullying enigma
The new face of bullying : understanding "gateway behaviors"
How common are bullying and cyberbullying, anyway? : parsing the numbers to identify
children at risk
Why do children bully and cyberbully? : the impact of digital technology on social behavior
How bullying and cyberbullying interact : the amplification of conflict in cyberspace
New times, new troubles : sexting, self-cyberbullying, and other risky online behaviors
Responding effectively to bullying : the "9-second response" and other informal and formal strategies
Engaging bystanders and other peers : a developmental approach to cultivating prosocial behavior
Working with parents : shared goals, different perspectives
Conclusion: Moving the field forward
Appendix A: Research discussed in this book
Appendix B: The Massachusetts Aggression Reduction Center.
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- Local notes:
- Acquired for the Penn Libraries with assistance from the Commins-Holman Family Fund.
- Commins-Holman Family Fund.
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