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THE WILEY BLACKWELL HANDBOOK OF BULLYING

A COMPREHENSIVE AND INTERNATIONAL REVIEW OF RESEARCH AND INTERVENTION 2 VOLUME SET

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9781118482728 ::  THE WILEY BLACKWELL HANDBOOK OF BULLYING
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VOLUME 1SECTION ONE: CONCEPTUAL AND HISTORICAL ISSUES1. DEFINITIONS OF BULLYING LISA HELLSTROM, ROBERT THORNBERG, DOROTHY L. ESPELAGE. 2. ORIGINS OF SCHOOL BULLYING RESEARCH SHERI BAUMAN AND MADISON SWEEN 3. THE SCHOOL BULLYING RESEARCH PROGRAM: WHY AND HOW IT HAS DEVELOPEDPETER K. SMITH, SUSANNE ROBINSON AND ROBERT SLONJE 4. CRITIQUE OF THE BULLYING RESEARCH PROGRAM PAUL HORTON 5. PARTICIPANT ROLES IN BULLYING GIANLUCA GINI, TIZIANA POZZOLI, LYNDSAY JENKINS, AND MICHELLE DEMARAY6. TYPES OF TRADITIONAL (OFFLINE) BULLYING DEBORAH M. CASPER 7. TYPES OF CYBERBULLYING HERBERT SCHEITHAUER, ANJA SCHULTZE-KRUMBHOLZ, JAN PFETSCH AND MARKUS HESS 8. TEACHERS´ ATTITUDES TOWARD BULLYINGANGELA MAZZONE, LENKA KOLLEROVA, JAMES O´HIGGINS NORMAN 9. WHY DO BULLIES BULLY? MOTIVES FOR BULLYING. JUA B. P. SANDERS, SARAH MALAMUT AND ANTONIUS H. N. CILLESSENSECTION TWO-MEASUREMENT ISSUES 10. MEASUREMENT ISSUES RELEVANT TO QUESTIONNAIRE DATA SIMON C. HUNTER, NATHALIE NORET & JAMES M.E. BOYLE 11. SOCIAL NETWORK APPROACHES TO BULLYING AND VICTIMIZATION RENE VEENSTRA & GIJS HUITSING 12. A PEEK BEHIND THE FENCE: OBSERVATIONAL METHODS 25 YEARS LATERKATHRYN PIERCE & DEBRA PEPLER 13. MEASUREMENT IDEAS RELEVANT TO QUALITITATIVE STUDIES DANIELA ACQUADRO MARAN & TATIANA BEGOTTI SECTION THREE- BIAS OR IDENTITY BASED BULLYING 14. ETHNICITY-BASED BULLYING: SUGGESTIONS FOR FUTURE RESEARCH ON CLASSROOM ETHNIC COMPOSITION SEFFETULLAH KULDAS, MAEVE DUPONT, MAIREAD FOODY 15. BIAS BULLYING PROBLEMS AMONG SCHOOL CHILDREN: SEXUAL AND GENDER-BASED BULLYING AND INTERSECTIONAL CONSIDERATIONS CATHERINA BLAYA 16. BIAS BULLYING: SEXUAL ORIENTATION IAN RIVERS 17. TRANSPHOBIC BULLYINGZOE APOSTOLIDOU 18. RELIGOUS-BASED BULLYING: INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVES ON WHAT IT IS AND HOW TO ADDRESS IT. W.Y ALICE CHAN AND CATHERINE STAPLETON 19. DISABLIST BULLYING MONA O´MOORE AND LIAN MCGUIRE 20. MIGRATION AND BULLYING HILDEGUNN FANDREM, DAGMAR STROHMEIER, SIMONA C.S. CARAVITA AND ELISABETH STEFANEK SECTION FOUR- RISK FACTORS 21. GENETIC AND EPIGENETIC FACTORS IN BULLYING MARA BRENDGEN, MAUDE COMTOIS-CABANA, ISABELLE OUELLET-MORIN 22. NEUROBIOLOGICAL FACTORS OF BULLYING VICTIMIZATION TRACY VAILLANCOURT AND IRYNA S. PALAMARCHUK 23. PERSONALITY FACTORS, EMPATY AND MORAL DISENGAGEMENT IN BULLYING ROBERT THORNBERG, GIANLUCA GINI, TINA MALTI, EMMA GALARNEAU24. PARENTS AND BULLYING STAVROULA KARGA, THEOLOGOS CHATZPIEMOU, IOANNA BIBOU-NAKOU 25. THE ROLE OF THE PEER GROUP AND CLASSROOM FACTORS IN BULLYING BEHAVIOR J. LOES POUWELS AND CLAIRE F. GARANDEAU 26. SCHOOL FACTORS WITH A FOCUS ON BOARDING SCHOOLS NIAMH O´BRIEN 27. COMMUNITIES AND NEIGHBORHOODS AS CONTEXTS THAT INFLUENCE THE BULLY/VICTIM DYNAMIC DAVID SCHWARTZ, YANA RYJOVA, HANNAH FRITZ, ANNEMARIE KELLEGHAN 28. MEDIA FACTORS AND BULLYING KOSTAS A. FANTI, GEORGIA ZACHARAKI 29. CULTURAL FACTORS AND BULLYING ANKE GORZIG, SEBSTIAN WACHS, AND MICHELLE WRIGHT 30. COMBATING WORKPLACE BULLYING: INTERVENTIONS AND THE ROLE OF THE ORGANIZATION´S ETHICAL INFRASTRUCTURE KARI EINARSEN AND STALE VALVATNE EINARSEN SECTION FIVE- OUTCOMES OF BULLYING 31. BULLYING AND INTERNALIZING SYMPTOMS CAROLINA GUZMAN-HOLST AND LUCY BOWES 32. BULLYING AND EXTERNALIZING PROBLEMS JOHANNES FOSS SIGURDSON, JANNIKE KAASBOLL AND ANNE MARI SUND 33. UNDERSTANDING THE ASSOCIATIONS BETWEEN BULLYING, SUICIDE AND SELF HARM JOHN F. GUNN LLL, SARA E. GOLDESTEIN 34. SCHOOL BULLYING AND PEER VICTIMIZATION: IT´S ROLE IN STUDENTS´ ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT BECKY KOCHENDERFER-LADD, GARY W. LADD AND STEPHANIE A. THIBAULT INDEX. VOLUME 2 SECTION1: DEVELOPMENT AND LIFESPAN CONTEXT 1. BULLYING IN PRESCHOOL AND INFANT SCHOOL CLAIRE P. MONKS AND SARAH O´TOOLE 2. STABILITY AND CHANGE IN BULLYING AND CYBERBULLYING THROUGHOUT THE SCHOOL YEARS ISABELA ZYCH AND DAVID P. FARRINGTON 3. BULLYING AMONG COLLEGE AND UNIVERSITY STUDENTS WANDA CASSIDY, CHANTAL FAUCHER AND MARGARET JACKSON 4. THE NATURE OF DATING VIOLENCE AND CHALLENGES FOR PREVENTION VIRGINIA SANCHEZ-JIMENEZ, MA LUISA RODRIGUEZ-DE ARRIBA, JAVIER ORTEGA-RIVERA, NOELIA MUNOZ-FERNANDEZ 5. BULLYING IN THE WORKPLACE IAN COYNE AND KARA NG 6. SIBLING BULLYING DIETER WOLKE AND SLAVA DATCHEV 7. SCHOOL BASED BULLYING AND CHILD MALTREATMENT IN THE FAMILY: REFREAMING OUR THINKING ABOUT EVERYDAY VIOLENCE IN CHILDHOOD LORRAINE RADFORD8. UNDERSTANDING AND INTERVENING IN PRISON BULLYING JANE L IRELAND, PHILIP BIRCH, RANEESHA DE SILVA AND USHNA MIAN 9. BULLYING: A PERSPECTIVE FROM YOUTH CUSTODY LUKE ROBERTS 10. BULLYING IN SPORTS MIGUEL NERY, CARLOS VENTURA, ASHLEY STIRLING 11. A TIME TO COLLABORATE: BULLYING AND MISTREATMENT IN OLDER ADULTS IN RESIDENTIAL CARE. LYNN MCDONALD AND RAZA MIRZA SECTION TWO- COPING AND INTERVENTION 12. INDIVIDUAL COPING STRATEGIES AND WAYS OF SUPPORTING VICTIMS CLAIRE L. FOX AND EMMA D HARRISON 13. COPING WITH CYBERBULLYING BARBARA SPEARS AND CARMEL TADDEO 14. SCHOOL POLICIES, LEADERSHIP AND SCHOOL CLIMATE NOEL PURDY 15. BULLYING PREVENTION THROUGH CURRICULUM AND CLASSROOM RESOURCESSELINE KEATING AND BERNIE COLLINS 16. BULLYIG IN THE SCHOOL PLAYGROUND: DESIGN AND SUPERVISION BRENDON HYNDMAN 17. PEER SUPPORT SCHEMES HELEN COWIE 18. THE ROLE OF TEACHERS VANESSA A. GREEN 19. THE ROLE OF PARENTS IN BULLYING AND CYBERBULLYING RAUL NAVARRO, SANTIAGO YUBERO, BEATRIZ VILLORA AND ELISA LARRANGA 20. ADDRESSING CASES OF BULLYING IN SCHOOLS: REACTIVE STRATEGIES KEN RIGBY 21. LEGAL ISSUES AND GOVERNMENT POLICIES MURRAY SMITH SECTION THREE- ANTI-BULLYING PROGRAMS 22. THE OLWEUS BULLYING PREVENTION PROGRAM (OBPP): DEVELOPMENT AND CONSOLIDATION DAN OLWEUS, SUSAN P LIMBER, JANE RIESE, JAN URBANSKI, MOANA E. SOLBERG, KYRRE BREIVIK 23. THE KIVA ANTI-BULLYING PROGRAM: FROM NATIONWISDE ROLLOUT TO INTERNATIONAL IMPLEMENTATION HYE-YOUNG YUN AND CHRISTINA SALMIVALLI 24. INTERNATIONAL IMPLEMENTATION OF THE VISC SOCIAL COMPETENCE PROGRAM IN CYPRUS, ROMANIA, TURKEY AND KOSOVODAGMAR STROHMEIER, OLGA SOLOMONTOS-KOUNTOURI, SIMONA TRIP, AYSUN DOGAN AND ALIRIZA ARENLIU 25. EVIDENCE BASED PROGRAMS IN EUROPE AGAINST BULLYING AND CYBERBULLYING ERISILIA MENESINI, LISA DE LUCA, BENEDETTA E. PALLADINO, ANNALAURA NOCENTINI 26. ANTI-BULLYING PROGRAMS IN THE USA AND CANADA TRACY EVIAN WAASDORP, KRISTA R. MEHARI, CATHERINE P BRADSHAW 27. SCHOOL-BASED BULLYING INTERVENTION PROGRAMS IN AUSTRALIA AND NZ DONNA CROSS, AMY BARNES, MELANIE EPSTEIN, NATASHA PIERCE KEVIN RUNIONS, HELEN MONKS JOELIE MANDZUEFAS AND JACINTA FRANCIS 28. BULLYING RESEARCH AND INTERVENTION IN JAPAN YUICHI TODA AND TOMOYUKI KANETSUNA 29. BULLYING RESEARCH AND INTERVENTION IN SOUTH KOREA SEUNG-HA LEE, KEUMJOO KWAK 30. BULLYING RESEARCH AND INTERVETNION IN MAINLAND CHINA AND HONG KONG DENNIS S.W WONG AND DIAN LIU 31. BULLYING RESEARCH AND INTERVENTION IN INDIA DAMANJIT SANDHU, KIRANDEEP KAUR AND SURESH SUNDARAM 32. BULLYING RESEARCH AND INTERVENTION IN THE ARAB WORLD MUTHANNA SAMARA AND AIMAN EL ASAM 33. BULLYING RESEARCH AND INTERVENTION IN SUB-SARAHAN AFRICA MAUREEN MWERU 34. BULLYING RESEARCH ADN INTERVENTION IN SOUTH AMERICA JORGE VARELA, PABLO MADRIZAZ AND PAULINA A. SANCHEZ 35. A REVIEW OF SYSTEMATIC REVIEWS AND META-ANALYSES OF THE EFFECTIVENESS OF SCHOOL-BASED ANTI-BULLYING PROGRAMS HANNAH GAFFNEY AND DAVID P FARRINGTON 36. ECONOMIC EVALUATION OF BULLYING PROGRAMS IN PREVENTION PROGRAMS MIKAEL SVENSSON AND LINDA BECKMAN SECTION FOUR- THEORETICAL PERSPECTIVES 37. ECOLOGICAL AND PSYCHOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVES OF BULLYING HANNAH J. THOMAS 38. EVOLUTIONARY PERSPECTIVES ON BULLYING ELIZABETH AL-JBOURI AND ANTHONY A VOLK 39. DEVELOPMENTAL DIFFERENCES IN EVALUATIONS OF AND REACTIONS TO, BULLYING AMONG CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTSSALLY B. PALMER, KELLY LYNN MULVEY, ADAM RUTLAND 40. THE SOCIAL TURN OF BULLYING RESEARCH ROBIN MAY SCHOTT AND DORTE MARIE SONDERGAARD INDEX.

EXPLORE THE LATEST RESEARCH AND THEORY ON BULLYING WITH THIS INTERNATIONAL REFERENCE FROM LEADING VOICES IN THE FIELD THE TWO-VOLUME WILEY-BLACKWELL HANDBOOK OF BULLYING DELIVERS A COMPREHENSIVE EXPLORATION OF A WIDE RANGE OF RESEARCH ON BULLYING, BROADLY DEFINED. SCHOOL BULLYING IS DEALT WITH AT LENGTH, BUT THERE IS ALSO COVERAGE OF COLLEGE AND WORKPLACE BULLYING AND BULLYING WITHIN SPORTS SETTINGS, PRISONS, FAMILIES, AND ELDER CARE RESIDENTIAL HOMES. CONTAINING CONTRIBUTIONS FROM LEADING SCHOLARS ON FIVE CONTINENTS, THE BOOK SUMMARIZES THE LATEST THEORIES, FINDINGS, DEVELOPMENTAL ASPECTS, AND INTERVENTIONS RELEVANT TO BULLYING IN A VARIETY OF SETTINGS. WITH UP-TO-DATE INFORMATION ON RAPIDLY DEVELOPING TOPICS LIKE SIBLING BULLYING, CYBERBULLYING, BIAS-BASED BULLYING, MIGRATION AND BULLYING, DATING VIOLENCE, AND ECONOMIC EVALUATION OF BULLYING PREVENTION PROGRAMS, THE WILEY-BLACKWELL HANDBOOK OF BULLYING OFFERS READERS A COMPLETE VIEW OF A WIDE ARRAY OF BULLYING BEHAVIORS. THE INSIGHTFUL AND UP-TO-DATE INFORMATION CONTAINED WITHIN THE TWO VOLUMES IS DESTINED TO BECOME THE STANDARD REFERENCE FOR BULLYING-RELATED RESEARCH AND THEORY. READERS WILL BENEFIT FROM: FULSOME MATERIAL COVERING RESEARCH AND PRACTICE CONVENTIONS IN COUNTRIES AND REGIONS INCLUDING EUROPE, NORTH AMERICA, SOUTH AMERICA, AUSTRALASIA, JAPAN, SOUTH KOREA, INDIA, MAINLAND CHINA AND HONG KONG, THE ARAB COUNTRIES, AND SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA A COMPREHENSIVE DISCUSSION ON THE CORRELATES AND OUTCOMES OF TAKING PART IN BULLYING, AS WELL AS BEING A VICTIM OF BULLYING AN EXPLORATION OF A VARIETY OF STRATEGIES TO DEAL WITH BULLYING INCIDENTS, INCLUDING PROACTIVE, REACTIVE, AND PEER SUPPORT APPROACHES AN ANALYSIS OF DIFFERENT KINDS OF BULLYING, FAITH-BASED BULLYING, AND DISABLIST BULLYING, INCLUDING RACIST AND ETHNIC BULLYING, SEXIST AND SEXUAL BULLYING, AND HOMOPHOBIC AND TRANSPHOBIC BULLYING PERFECT FOR POSTGRADUATE STUDENTS IN PROGRAMS DEALING WITH BULLYING IN VIRTUALLY ANY CONCEIVABLE CONTEXT, THE WILEY-BLACKWELL HANDBOOK OF BULLYING WILL ALSO EARN A PLACE IN THE LIBRARIES OF RESEARCHERS AND PRACTITIONERS IN FIELDS AS DIVERSE AS PSYCHOLOGY, SOCIOLOGY, SOCIAL WORK, MEDICINE, CRIMINOLOGY, CHILD CARE, AND ELDER STUDIES.

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