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The bully, the bullied, and the bystander : from preschool to high school : how parents and teachers can help break the cycle of violence

Author: Barbara Coloroso
Publisher: New York : HarperResource, ©2003.
Edition/Format:   Book : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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Drawing on her decades of work with troubled youth and her wide experience with conflict resolution and reconciliatory justice, bestselling parenting educator Barbara Coloroso offers a unique, practical, and compassionate book destined to become a groundbreaking guide to this escalating problem. Coloroso helps readers recognize the characteristic triad of bullying: the bully who perpetrates the harm, the bullied who  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Barbara Coloroso
ISBN: 0060014296 9780060014292
OCLC Number: 50347896
Description: xxii, 218 p. ; 24 cm.
Contents: pt. 1. The bully, the bullied, and the bystander. Three characters and a tragedy --
The bully --
The bullied --
The bystander --
pt. 2. Breaking the cycle of violence: creating circles of caring. It runs in the family --
Is there a bully in the house? --
Is there a bullied kid in the house? --
From bystander to witness --
Caring schools, involved communities.
Responsibility: Barbara Coloroso.
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Drawing on her decades of work with troubled youth and her wide experience with conflict resolution and reconciliatory justice, bestselling parenting educator Barbara Coloroso offers a unique, practical, and compassionate book destined to become a groundbreaking guide to this escalating problem. Coloroso helps readers recognize the characteristic triad of bullying: the bully who perpetrates the harm, the bullied who is the target (and who may become a bully), and the bystander, the peers, siblings, or adults who don't act to defuse the situation. Readers learn: What bullying is and what it isn't; the three kinds of bullying; and the differences and similarities between boy and girl bullies. Why contempt, not anger, drives bullying. Why hazing is a form of bullying and how cliques feed the problem. The differences between teasing and taunting and between flirting and sexual bullying. How to read the subtle clues that a child is being bullied. Four abilities that protect your child from succumbing to a bully. Seven steps to take if your child is a bully. How to help the bullied child heal effectively, discipline rather than punish the bully, and increase a child's ability to take positive action. Why teaching a "code of compassion" is a more powerful antidote to bullying than conflict resolution techniques. Why zero tolerance policies can equal zero thinking. How to evaluate a school's antibullying policy and much more.

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