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By Ian Rivers, Neil Duncan

Bullying: reports and Discourses of Sexuality and Gender presents a precious perception into the reports of teenagers and the way bullying can impression upon them within the tuition surroundings. The ebook bargains an advent to the major concerns linked to bullying at the grounds of intercourse and sexual orientation, and issues to key guidelines and assistance on those tough concerns.

With state-of-the-art learn and utilized experiences from prime teachers and practitioners within the box, Bullying combines concept with feedback for functional intervention for practitioners in schooling and social paintings. bankruptcy by way of bankruptcy, the ebook strengthens the reader’s wisdom base, and demonstrates how top to increase either educational and advocacy arguments to confront bullying, formulate intervention via examples of study findings, and suggest suggestion and counsel in specialist contexts. Bullying deals a number of views to problem bullying on the topic of gender, sexuality, and transgender prestige.

The publication contains the newest paintings on:

  • sexual bullying and the results for coverage and practice
  • sexual dimensions of cyberbullying
  • homophobia
  • sex variations in bullying
  • lesbian, homosexual, bisexual and transgender matters in academic contexts
  • planning and offering interventions in schools.

Bullying: stories and Discourses of Sexuality and Gender will entice schooling execs, in addition to researchers and postgraduate scholars within the social sciences, social paintings and academic and scientific baby psychology.

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And Novacek, J. (1989) ‘An MMPI description of the narcissistic personality’, Journal of Personality Assessment, 53: 66–80. , Jaeger, R. S. and Fischer, U. C. (2009) ‘Cyberbullying in Germany – an exploration of prevalence, overlapping with real life bullying and coping strategies’, Psychology Science Quarterly, 51: 298–314. Rigby, K. and Slee, P. (1991) ‘Bullying among Australian school children: reported behaviour and attitudes towards victims’, Journal of Social Psychology, 131: 615– 627. , Österman, K.

2007). Thus, three things need to happen in bully prevention. First, there must be recognition that gender-based bullying is highly prevalent in schools in the USA and outside of the USA. Second, prevention efforts targeted need to include materials related to traditional masculinity, gender nonconformity and sexual harassment. Third, because both bullying, homophobic teasing, sexual violence and dating violence perpetration appear to be (in part) the result of peer group socialisation, more basic research needs to be conducted on whether and how the socialisation of these forms of aggression can be modified.

36 Dorothy L. , 2012). According to this theory, we posit that bullying might be a precursor to SV perpetration. Further, the research is beginning to support the contention that the need for control and dominance that underlies bullying is transferred to increasingly escalating forms of aggression and into relationships characteristic of the developing adolescent, including dating relationships. Following from this literature, it is likely that involvement in bullying, homophobic bantering and/or violence might be precursors to teen dating violence or intimate partner violence-victimisation and/or perpetration.

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