Beyond Bullying

In this ambitious new work, Dr. Jonathan Fast proposes a new way of understanding the bullying experience (of the bully, the bullied, and the bystander), via the lens of shame.

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Author: Jonathan Fast

Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA

ISBN: 9780199383641

Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 256

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In this ambitious new work, Dr. Jonathan Fast proposes a new way of understanding the bullying experience (of the bully, the bullied, and the bystander), via the lens of shame. Beyond Bullying posits that shame is the powerful emotion that is often at the heart of many of the dynamics classified as bullying. Shame is a common human emotion for which Fast establishes a hierarchy of reactions. The following is an example of "healthy shame": when 5-year-old Sam finger-paints on his plate with his mashed potatoes, his mother says "you won't be allowed to eat at the grownup table until you stop sticking your fingers in your food." The shame in this scenario is healthy because it encourages Sam to master skills that will make him more autonomous and socially appealing, compared to "toxic shame" that damages one's self-concept by critiquing what one is rather than what one does. The distinction can be seen in the example of a parent whose child constantly forgets to complete her homework. The parent who says "your mother and I expect you to study and get good grades" is employing healthy shame, while the parent who shouts in frustration and anger "you're so lazy! You'll never amount to anything!" is administering a dose of toxic shame, directed at his daughter's self-concept rather than that act of neglecting her homework. "Weaponized Shame," which forms the core focus of this book, is the intentional use of those attacks on another person's self-concept for the purpose of inflicting emotional and psychological harm. The premise of the book is that all bullying involves "weaponized shame." Through the use of Shame Maps, simple iconographic diagrams similar to the genograms used by family therapists, Dr. Fast visually represents the overlapping shame dynamics in play in many common interactions, emphasizing the use of weaponized shame in bullying situations. The Shame Maps provide a useful tool for parents, teachers, therapists, school mental-health professionals, and others to use when discussing bullying with children, adolescents, and other adults. Fast traces different nuances of shame dynamics through several common types of bullying, highlighting LGBTQ, gender, and race among other bases for bullying actions, before extending the analysis to terminal acts of violence including school shootings, terrorism, homicide, and suicide. The book will both give readers concrete suggestions for healthy ways to discharge shame and equip them with techniques to help diffuse potentially harmful situations before they lead to dangerous extremes. The author is developing an interactive companion website to the book that will allow visitors to create personal shame maps based on their own scenario, to help readers employ this tool in real-world situations.

Beyond Bullying

Beyond Bullying offers guidance and advice on conducting practitioner research
into bullying and provides resources to assist practitioners and researchers in
doing so. It draws on a case study of almost 1,000 secondary school students
over ...

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Author: Simone Paul

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781317937067

Category: Education

Page: 164

View: 840

Beyond Bullying offers guidance and advice on conducting practitioner research into bullying and provides resources to assist practitioners and researchers in doing so. It draws on a case study of almost 1,000 secondary school students over a period of 5 academic years to explore student perception of traditional bullying and cyber bullying, and how recommended approaches to bullying research can be applied to practice. The book provides an overview of bullying and cyber bullying literature, considering recent research in the field, how this was conducted, and what the findings were. In addition, the case study illustrates how a positive anti-bullying school ethos can be established through practitioner research. Each chapter will impart both practical and academic knowledge enabling the reader to: - conduct bullying research with secondary school students - complete research activities with bullies and victims - help students to raise awareness of bullying in school - inform school staff of problems occurring at class level. Beyond Bullying discusses how bullying research can be used to construct a model of bullying behaviour in the school environment and establishes suitable approaches to bullying intervention. The book will appeal to practitioner researchers in the area of school bullying, as well as practitioners, researchers and postgraduate students in the fields of education, sociology and related disciplines.

Transforming School Climate and Learning

The authors provide a collaborative action research process to help all stakeholders transform both their school climate and student learning. Includes success stories, strategies, and implementation activities.

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Author: Bill Preble

Publisher: Corwin Press

ISBN: 9781412992688

Category: Education

Page: 169

View: 685

The authors provide a collaborative action research process to help all stakeholders transform both their school climate and student learning. Includes success stories, strategies, and implementation activities.

Beyond Bullying

This is a story of my daughter's struggles through her school years and the efforts I made to help her get through it. Finally, this book is a celebration of the woman she has become because of it.

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Author: Nancy Nikt

Publisher:

ISBN: 1504357671

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 100

View: 716

It was gut-wrenching to watch my little girl, who was considered well-adjusted and able to relate to adults and children by her caregivers, turn into a defensive, angry, sullen, and depressed child because of the way she was treated by school officials and bullied by other children. I was discounted and negated because I was a single parent and didn't know my own child. This is a story of my daughter's struggles through her school years and the efforts I made to help her get through it. Finally, this book is a celebration of the woman she has become because of it.

Getting Beyond Bullying and Exclusion PreK 5

This book focuses on the vulnerabilities of youngsters to be bullied, especially those with learning disabilities, attention deficit hyperactive disorder (ADHD), Aspergers Syndrome, and gifted abilities.

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Author: Ronald Mah

Publisher: Corwin Press

ISBN: 9781412957229

Category: Education

Page: 141

View: 386

When children, especially those with challenges, are not sufficiently understood and supported, they suffer intense frustration that contributes to social and academic failures. This book focuses on the vulnerabilities of youngsters to be bullied, especially those with learning disabilities, attention deficit hyperactive disorder (ADHD), Aspergers Syndrome, and gifted abilities. Getting Beyond Bullying and Exclusion, PreK-5 explains the victim dynamic, including how otherwise well-meaning adults can inadvertently facilitate development of victim personalities in children or unintentionally contribute to the development of bully personalities. The book also describes:Bullying styles, including classic male models of domination and intimidation, and the relational bullying that is more characteristic of femalesHowásome children, especially those with challenges, may be more likely to bully others to compensate for low self-esteemHow children with Aspergers Syndrome orágifted abilities and those who may enjoy greater popularity, can develop a sense of arrogance and superiority that leads to intellectual bullying, including cyber-bullying Methods for intervening early before a negative dynamic progresses into middle or high school and affecting change becomes more difficult

A Global Perspective of Young Adolescents Peer Aggression and Well being

The first book in a global movement that recommends a new dialogue on peer aggression, this book delves into the poorly understood nexus of peer aggression and bullying through the use of statistical data from questionnaires, as well as the ...

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Author: Grace Skrzypiec

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9780429762055

Category: Education

Page: 272

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Reporting on the findings from a study of young people across 11 different world locations (Australia, Mainland China, Greece, India, Indonesia, Italy, Korea, The Philippines, Poland, Spain, and Taiwan), A Global Perspective of Young Adolescents’ Peer Aggression and Well-being looks beyond bullying to assess the harm to mental health and well-being of young people experiencing peer aggression in all its forms. The first book in a global movement that recommends a new dialogue on peer aggression, this book delves into the poorly understood nexus of peer aggression and bullying through the use of statistical data from questionnaires, as well as the students’ own words and illustrations. By considering data from multiple countries, it addresses critical questions about cultural variation in aggression and associated well-being. Addressing the issue that there is a growing focus on other forms of aggression other than bullying, A Global Perspective of Young Adolescents’ Peer Aggression and Well-being will offer invaluable insight for practicing teachers and school counsellors, as well as any researchers with an interest in the health and well-being of young adolescents.

Bullying Beyond the Schoolyard

Now in its second edition, this essential guide is completely updated with new research findings and evolving best practices for prevention and response, including: Summaries of recent legal rulings related to teens and technology A plan ...

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Author: Sameer Hinduja

Publisher: Corwin Press

ISBN: 9781483349923

Category: Education

Page: 312

View: 421

The #1 cyberbullying prevention book just got better! Cyberbullying occurs when three main components intersect: teens, technology, and trouble. Now in its second edition, this essential guide is completely updated with new research findings and evolving best practices for prevention and response, including: Summaries of recent legal rulings related to teens and technology A plan for educators, parents, students, and law enforcement to work individually and collaboratively to prevent and respond to cyberbullying Useful “breakout boxes” highlighting strategies you can implement

Bullying

Big bad bully . Psychology Today , September / October , 58 - 82 . McCarthy , P . ,
Sheehan , M . , Wilkie , S . , and Wilkie , W . ( eds ) ( 1998 ) . Bullying : Causes ,
Costs and Cure . P . O . Box 196 , Nathan , Queensland : Beyond Bullying ...

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Author: Amelia Suckling

Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Pub

ISBN: UOM:39015055096237

Category: Education

Page: 167

View: 793

Full of kid-friendly anti-bullying lessons and reproducible worksheets, this practical resource emphasizes the need for a whole- school approach to the problem of bullying. Activities and visuals for children, plus detailed instructions for leading activities, help children build self-esteem and deal with bullying incidents, and encourage a sense of collective responsibility. Lists of related literature for students, sample letters to parents, individual student management plans, certificates, and checklists are included. The book was first published in Australia by Australian Council for Educational Research Limited, and contains a few Australian idioms. The authors develop learning programs for teachers, students, and parents. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR

Free Us from Bullying

After more than a decade of working with tens of thousands of students, teachers, parents, and pastors, Coughlin knows that bullying represents the worst in human nature, but combating it promotes the best.

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Author: Paul T. Coughlin

Publisher: ACU Press

ISBN: 9781684269808

Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 256

View: 138

Much of what we believe about bullying isn’t true. An estimated twenty million oppressed children need our help today. A critical mission field awaiting Christians is to combat bullying and proclaim liberty to wounded children. To counter bullying, we must first understand some common misconceptions. •It is not necessarily true that bullies have low self-esteem and come from abusive homes. •It is not true that kids who aren’t bullied are indifferent to those who are. •Bullying is not a "school problem," and teachers are not the frontline defense. •Children who are bullied do not become stronger adults. Bullies cannot be stopped merely with more compassion and understanding. In fact, bullying stems from the same roots as racism, sexual harassment, and even genocide, and it requires people to combat it in similar ways that they combat other forms of oppression and injustice. We often think of combating injustice overseas, but we can combat a very real and dangerous injustice in our own neighborhoods. After more than a decade of working with tens of thousands of students, teachers, parents, and pastors, Coughlin knows that bullying represents the worst in human nature, but combating it promotes the best. Kindness and awareness—two buzzwords in today’s anti-bullying movement—will not end bullying on their own. They must be activated by courage, transforming bystanders into righteous, loving protectors of targets. When we join this mission of love and justice, we will become peacemakers who are blessed and called children of God (Matt. 5:9).

Bullying

Discusses different aspects of bullying and its effects on society. The book offers a variety of insights into the fact that bullying has become a major problem in society - not only in schools, but at the workplace and elsewhere.

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Author: Paul McCarthy

Publisher:

ISBN: 0958569800

Category: Aggressiveness

Page: 201

View: 339

International Journal of Ethics

Beyond Bullying . Association Inc. New South Wales : Millennium Books . Sinclair
, A. and Wilson , V. ( 2002 ) . New Faces of Leadership . Melbourne : Melbourne
University Press . Sinclair , A. ( 1998 ) . Doing Leadership Differently : Gender ...

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Author:

Publisher:

ISBN: IND:30000115778619

Category: Bioethics

Page:

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Annales de la Facult de droit d Istanbul

Globally, the prevalence of bullying in the general working population is unclear.
Some studies estimate that between 25-50% of employees will, at some point in
their careers, experience bullying (Beyond Bullying Association 2001) There is ...

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Author:

Publisher:

ISBN: STANFORD:36105134502553

Category: Law

Page:

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Parliamentary Debates Hansard

Studies have found that children who bully others often feel little pride in their
schools , have not integrated well into the ... According to the Australian web site
Beyond Bullying , international health and safety authorities describe many
different ...

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Author: Australia. Parliament. House of Representatives

Publisher:

ISBN: STANFORD:36105025895942

Category: Australia

Page:

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Beyond Cyberbullying

Beyond Cyberbullying is a gem of a book. I say this because there aremany who
will, instrident and alarming terms, give warnings about theimpact ofthe
cyberworld on children. However, without wanting totrivialise the very real danger
to be ...

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Author: Michael Carr-Gregg

Publisher: Penguin Group Australia

ISBN: 9781743483169

Category: Education

Page: 208

View: 633

Be alert but not alarmed ? understanding the digital world that your kids inhabit. Is your teenager being bullied online? Has your child adopted a monster? What games are they playing, who are they talking to, and what are they potentially exposing themselves to? Do you really know that they are doing on all those devices? The internet is fun and fabulous and it's here to stay, but it can pose serious risks for some kids. In this compelling and insightful book, Michael Carr-Gregg explains what kids get up to, provides guidelines for family internet safely and advises how to minimise the risks without limiting your children's freedom to learn, explore and communicate in the all-important cyber world. Previously published as Real Wired Child, Beyond Cyberbullying is the fully updated edition of the bestselling guide to raising your children to be safe in the digital world.

Daily Labor Report

Beyond Bullying Language , Innuendos . ' Shafer started working at Kal Kan in
1989 ; Dill in 1983. Prior to June 2001 , Dill had never bothered Shafer and
Shafer's employment with the company had been without incident . However , in
 ...

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Author:

Publisher:

ISBN: CORNELL:31924092625254

Category: Working class

Page:

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Challenging Violence in Schools

Buckingham : Open University Press . Rigby , K . ( 1998 ) Bullying at school and
beyond , in P . McCarthy , M . Sheehan , S . Wilkie and W . Wilkie ( eds ) Bullying :
Causes , Costs and Cures . Nathan : Beyond Bullying Association . Roulston , K ...

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Author: Martin Mills

Publisher:

ISBN: STANFORD:36105110284713

Category: Social Science

Page: 169

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This book explores the relationship between violence and masculinity within schools. There is a clear need to explore this relationship. A substantial amount of evidence exists which demonstrates how boys are the major perpetrators of violence in schools - from extreme acts of violence such as school shootings in the US to more common forms of schoolyard bullying - and that both girls and boys are their victims. The book suggests that violence has been masculinized in such a way that boys often perpetrate violence as a means of demonstrating their perception of what counts as a valued form of masculinity. This masculinization of violence has often meant that girls experience violence from boys who are seeking to demonstrate their superiority over girls, and it has also meant that some boys often experience violence due to their non-conformity to dominant images of masculinity. In order to support these arguments the book draws on extensive interview data collected from boys and teachers who were involved in anti-violence programmes in their schools.

Lowenstein

But somewhere along the way he discovered that the uses of illicit power went
beyond buck - chasing , beyond bullying mom - and - pop stores , even beyond
owning a few politicians here and there ; and he decided that this power had ...

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Author: Allard K. Lowenstein

Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt P

ISBN: UCAL:B4450169

Category: Legislators

Page: 369

View: 298

International Labour Documentation

... Library : 97249362 BULLYING : FROM BACKYARD TO BOARDROOM .
LABORDOC : 300635 MCCARTHY , PAUL , SHEEHAN , MICHAEL , WILKIE ,
WILLIAM : BEYOND BULLYING : TOWARDS NATIONAL GUIDELINES
CONFERENCE ...

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Author: International Labour Office. Central Library and Documentation Branch

Publisher:

ISBN: STANFORD:36105021038620

Category: Labor

Page:

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Beyond the Writers Workshop

You would think that writing teachers would be beyond wanting to bully anyone .
But just as robbers aren ' t always in a good position to rob a bank and therefore
must stoop to robbing women ' s shelters , bullies do their part - time bullying ...

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Author: Carol Bly

Publisher: Anchor

ISBN: UCSC:32106011427751

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 376

View: 795

Introduces a new approach to the writing of creative nonfiction that integrates principles and techniques from social work, psychotherapy, and neuroscience with traditional teaching to develop a new style of nonfiction writing.

Girl Power

2008a . “ Beyond ' bullying ' : get to the roots ” The Tyee , February 27 . Available :
http : / / thetyee . ca / Views / 2008 / 02 / 27 / BeyondBullying / Moy , Lisa . 2008b .
Disrupting bully talk : Progressive practices and transformative spaces for anti ...

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Author: Dawn Currie

Publisher: Peter Lang Incorporated, International Academic Publishers

ISBN: STANFORD:36105132278693

Category: Social Science

Page: 282

View: 593

'Girl Power': Girls Reinventing Girlhood examines the identity practices of girls who have grown up in the context of 'girl power' culture. The book asks whether - and which - girls have benefited from this feminist-inspired movement. Can girls truly become anything they want, as suggested by those who claim that the traditional mandate of femininity - compliance to male interests - is a thing of the past? To address such questions, the authors distinguish between 'girlhood' as a cultural ideal, and girls as the embodied agents through which girlhood becomes a social accomplishment. The book identifies significant issues for parents and teachers of girls, and offers suggestions for 'critical social literacy' as a classroom practice that recognizes the ways popular culture mediates young people's understanding of gender. 'Girl Power' will be of interest to researchers of contemporary gender identities, as well as educational professionals and adult girl advocates. It is relevant for students in gender studies and teacher-education courses, as well as graduate student researchers.