Bullying in different contexts /
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"Bullying has a tendency to be associated with aggression between children in the playground, but bullying and abuse can also be observed in other social settings. Bullying in Different Contexts brings together, for the first time, leading international researchers to discuss these behaviours i...

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Corporate Author: PALCI EBSCO books
Other Authors: Monks, Claire P., Coyne, Iain
Format: Online Book
Published: Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2011.
Access:Online version
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Table of Contents:
  • Cover
  • Half-title
  • Title
  • Copyright
  • Dedication
  • Contents
  • Figures
  • Tables
  • Contributors
  • 1 A history of research into bullying
  • General overview of and rationale for the book
  • What is bullying?
  • Types of bullying
  • Current state of research
  • The developmental process of research into bullying
  • The current book
  • 2 Peer-victimisation in preschool
  • Nature and extent
  • Risk factors
  • Family factors
  • Aggression and attachment
  • Peer-relations
  • Social cognition
  • Summary of chapter
  • Implications for interventions and future research
  • 3 Bullying in schools: thirty years of research
  • First wave of research: origins, 1970s1988
  • Second wave of research: establishing a research programme, 1989mid 1990s
  • Third wave of research: an established international research programme, mid 1990s2004
  • Fourth wave of research: cyberbullying, 2004present
  • Definitions of bullying
  • What we know about school bullying
  • Methods of study
  • Incidence figures
  • Types of bullying
  • Bias bullying
  • Roles in bullying
  • Causes of bullying and correlates of the bully and victim roles
  • Correlates of the victim role
  • Correlates of the bully role
  • Correlates of the defender role
  • Structural features of bullying
  • Contribution of theory
  • Implications for intervention
  • Interventions in Norway
  • Interventions in the UK
  • Other interventions
  • Meta-analyses of interventions
  • Possible ways forward in research and practice
  • Conclusion
  • 4 Peer violence in residential childrens homes: a unique experience
  • Background
  • Terminology and definitions
  • Theoretical standpoint
  • Peer violence in residential childrens care
  • Incidence rates of peer violence in residential childrens homes
  • Nature of peer violence in residential settings
  • Physical violence
  • Non-contact violence
  • Verbal violence
  • Sexual violence
  • Perceptions of bullying
  • Wider cultural contexts
  • Peer-group hierarchies
  • Gender
  • Racism
  • Childrens and young peoples protective strategies
  • Staff understanding and response
  • Residential context
  • Responding to peer violence in residential settings
  • Identifying and adapting strategies that may work
  • Conclusion
  • 5 Domestic violence: bullying in the home
  • Nature and prevalence of domestic violence
  • Abuse between adults
  • Childrens exposure to IPV between adults
  • Abuse of children and adolescents by adults
  • Abuse between child and adolescent siblings
  • Correlates and impact of domestic violence
  • Domestic violence between adults
  • Exposure of children and adolescents to IPV
  • Abuse of children and adolescents by adults in the home
  • Domestic violence between child and adolescent siblings
  • Theoretical accounts of IPV and bullying
  • Implications for policy and professional practice
  • Domestic violence and children/adolescents
  • Proposals for further research
  • Acknowledgements
  • 6 Juvenile dating and violence
  • The importance of the first romantic relationships in adolescence
  • Violence in adolescent couples: studies on dating violence
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