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Discriminatory Bullying : a New Intercultural Challenge.

Author: Esoh Elamé
Publisher: Dordrecht : Springer, 2013.
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This book is devoted to the relation between bullying at school and ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, and disability. In examining the interactions between bullying and discrimination, the authors set out from the premise that the current practice of intercultural education does not systematically address the issue of bullying, as evidenced by the lack, within schools, of intercultural education projects. The  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Elamé, Esoh.
Discriminatory Bullying : A New Intercultural Challenge.
Dordrecht : Springer, ©2013
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Esoh Elamé
ISBN: 9788847052352 8847052351
OCLC Number: 854975995
Notes: 10 Young Immigrant/Roma Victims and Young Immigrant/Roma Bullies.
Description: 1 online resource (399 pages)
Contents: Preface; Contents; Part IDiscriminatory Bullying:A Theoretical Framework; 1 Bullying: Characterisation and the State of International Research; 1.1 ... Bullying: Definition, Characterisation, Victimisation; 1.2 ... The State of International Research on Bullying; 2 Discriminatory Bullying; 2.1 ... What is the Discrimination?; 2.1.1 Discrimination can be Negative or Positive; 2.1.2 Discriminatory Factors; 2.2 ... Types of Discrimination; 2.2.1 Direct Discrimination; 2.2.2 Indirect Discrimination; 2.2.3 Multiple Discrimination; 2.3 ... What is Discriminatory Bullying?; 2.3.1 Direct Discriminatory Bullying. 2.3.1.1 Examples of Direct Discriminatory Bullying2.3.2 Indirect Discriminatory Bullying; 2.3.2.1 Examples of Indirect Discriminatory Bullying; 2.3.3 Multiple Discriminatory Bullying; 2.3.3.1 Examples of Multiple Discriminatory Bullying; 2.3.4 The Types of Discriminatory Bullying; 2.3.4.1 Ethnic Bullying; 2.3.4.2 Bullying Linked to Sexual Orientation or Bullying Linked to Sexual Prejudice; 2.3.4.3 Bullying Due to Gender; 2.3.4.4 Bullying on People with Disabilities; 2.3.4.5 Bullying Linked to the Discrimination on Religion or Personal Convictions. 2.3.4.6 Bullying Linked to the Discrimination on Age2.4 ... Conclusion; 3 Intercultural Education and Discriminatory Bullying; 3.1 ... Preamble; 3.2 ... Bullying and Social Pedagogy; 3.3 ... Intercultural Pedagogy and Bullying; 3.4 ... Discriminatory Bullying: The New Frontier of Intercultural Pedagogy; 4 MABE Research: Content and Methodology; 4.1 ... Objective of the Research; 4.2 ... The Key Concepts of the Research; 4.3 ... Design of the Research; 4.4 ... Sample of the Research; 4.5 ... Research Instruments; Part IIEthnic Bullying: Perceptions ofImmigrant and Roma Students. 5 The Analysis of the Context (Who are the Immigrant Children Interviewed?)5.1 ... Introduction; 5.2 ... Migratory Movements in the Countries Involved in the Study; 5.3 ... Which Children were Interviewed?; 5.3.1 The Sample of Immigrants and Roma; 5.3.2 The Demographics of the Sample; 5.3.3 The Children's Age; 5.3.4 Characteristics of the Children's Families; 6 Context Analysis: Characteristics of the School Environment and Intercultural Group Dynamics; 6.1 ... Characteristics of the School Environment; 6.2 ... Intercultural Group Dynamics; 7 Opinions of Immigrant and Roma Students on Ethnic Bullying. 7.1 ... Introduction7.2 ... Bullying and Intercultural Issues; 7.3 ... Bullying and Conflicting Situations; 7.3.1 Observed Acts of Bullying; 7.4 ... Defence from Bullying: The Support People; 7.5 ... Conclusions; 8 Suffered Interethnic Bullying; 8.1 ... Demographics; 8.2 ... Being Bullied: Family Characteristics; 8.3 ... Being Bullied: Characteristics and Dynamics Inside Classes; 9 Committed Bullying; 9.1 ... Gender, Age, Place of Birth and Citizenship of Parents; 9.2 ... Committed Bullying: Family Characteristics; 9.3 ... Committed Bullying: Characteristics of Dynamics Inside Classes.

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This book is devoted to the relation between bullying at school and ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, and disability. In examining the interactions between bullying and discrimination, the authors set out from the premise that the current practice of intercultural education does not systematically address the issue of bullying, as evidenced by the lack, within schools, of intercultural education projects. The starting point for the work is a survey conducted in ten European countries on a sample of about 9,000 students including immigrants and natives. The research provides important info.

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