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No, it's not OK : how to stop the cycle of bullying / Tania Roxborough & Kim Stephensen.

By: Roxborogh, Tania Kelly, 1965-.
Contributor(s): Stephenson, Kim.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Auckland, nz : Penguin, 2007Description: 227 pages ; 20 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 0143006673 (pbk.) :; 9780143006671 (pbk.) :.Other title: No, its not okay.Subject(s): Bullying -- New Zealand -- Prevention | Bullying | Bullies | Aggressiveness in childrenDDC classification: 302.30993
Contents:
What is bullying? -- Identifying the characers : victims, bystanders and bullies -- What can families do? -- What can schools do? -- What can children do?
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Bullying is never OK. Yet it happens every day in every school in New Zealand - and by all reports it's getting worse. . No, It's Not OKdefines both the types of bullying (email, txt/pxt, verbal, physical/sexual, direct and indirect) and the situations in which it occurs. Using extensive case studies and the latest research it looks at:. The differences between girl and boy bullying; Steps to take to protect your child from bullying; How to evaluate a school's antibullying policy; Innovative techniques for helping families, schools and children positively and effectively deal with the bullying cycle.

Includes index.

What is bullying? -- Identifying the characers : victims, bystanders and bullies -- What can families do? -- What can schools do? -- What can children do?

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