Alleviating Bullying: Conquering the Challenge of Violent Crimes (Issues in Black Education)

Alleviating Bullying: Conquering the Challenge of Violent Crimes (Issues in Black Education)

By: Ashraf Esmail (editor)Paperback

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Alleviating Bullying examines the facets of bullying that have become a major concern around the nation. This book explores the impact of bullying on teachers, students, the elderly, prisoners, and other socio-economic groups. This book also identifies warning signs of bullying and provides suggestions on how to alleviate bullying. The book provides deeper insight into the harmful effects of bullying and what a victim can do to prevent bullying behaviors and further victimization.

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About Author

Ashraf Esmail is an assistant professor of Criminal Justice at Dillard University. He serves on the Board of Directors for the National Association for Peace/Anti-Violence Education. He serves as the proposal review lead for the National Association for Multicultural Education. He is senior editor for the Journal of Education and Social Justice.

Contents

Tables Foreword Preface Acknowledgments Chapter One-Bullying in the School Environment Chapter Two-Bullying ... Even in Retirement Chapter Three-'Bullying-Proofing' the Academe: Dealing with the Bunch and Bullies in a Whole School-Approach Chapter Four-Cyberbullying: A By-Product of the Internet Chapter Five-First Year Teachers' Perception on Their Self-Efficacy in Bullying Intervention: Teacher Preparation Programs Chapter Six-Prison Bullying: The Ultimate State for the Battle of Institutional Power and Control Chapter Seven-Is Bullying the Same as it Has Always Been? Are We Making Too Much of Typical Childhood Behaviors? Chapter Eight-The Importance of Play in Creating SocialAwareness to Support a Bully-Free Environment Chapter Nine-Bullying: Recognizing the Warning Signs Chapter Ten-K-12 Bullying Through a Generational Lens: Consequences and Interventions Chapter Eleven-Bullying, Gender Equity, Harassment, Drop-Out Anticipation, and Solution: What Would You Do? Chapter Twelve-Cyberbullying From Schoolyard to Cyberspace:An Evolution Contributors

Product Details

  • publication date: 01/05/2014
  • ISBN13: 9780761863656
  • Format: Paperback
  • Number Of Pages: 234
  • ID: 9780761863656
  • weight: 358
  • ISBN10: 0761863656

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