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The everything parent's guide to dealing with bullies : from playground teasing to cyber bullying, all you need to ensure your child's safety and happiness, Deborah Carpenter with Christopher J. Ferguson

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The everything parent's guide to dealing with bullies : from playground teasing to cyber bullying, all you need to ensure your child's safety and happiness
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The everything parent's guide to dealing with bullies
Title remainder
from playground teasing to cyber bullying, all you need to ensure your child's safety and happiness
Statement of responsibility
Deborah Carpenter with Christopher J. Ferguson
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  • Parent's guide to dealing with bullies
  • Dealing with bullies
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eng
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Carpenter, Deborah
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371.782
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non fiction
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Ferguson, Christopher J
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The Everything parent's guides
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  • Bullying
  • Bullying
  • Parent and child
  • Bullying
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adult
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The everything parent's guide to dealing with bullies : from playground teasing to cyber bullying, all you need to ensure your child's safety and happiness, Deborah Carpenter with Christopher J. Ferguson
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Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
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rdacarrier
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text
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rdacontent
Contents
  • 5
  • Chapter 7
  • Factors That Lead to Bullying Behavior
  • 73
  • Violence in the Family
  • 73
  • Lack of a Positive Role Model
  • 78
  • Violent Television
  • 79
  • Violent Video Games
  • Common Markers of Bullying
  • 82
  • Prior Victim of a Bully
  • 84
  • School Failure
  • 85
  • Peer Rejection
  • 86
  • School Climate
  • 86
  • Chapter 8
  • 8
  • Common Bullying Myths
  • 88
  • Myth 1
  • Bullying Is a Normal Rite of Passage
  • 88
  • Myth 2
  • Kids Need to Learn to Defend Themselves
  • 90
  • Myth 3
  • Children Who Are Bullied Always Tell an Adult
  • Bullying Versus Normal Conflict
  • 92
  • Myth 4
  • People Are Born Bullies
  • 95
  • Myth 5
  • Bullying Doesn't Happen at My Child's School
  • 96
  • Myth 6
  • Bullies Are Loners with No Social Skills
  • 97
  • 10
  • Myth 7
  • Bullying Is a School Problem
  • 98
  • Chapter 9
  • Warning Signs That Your Child Is Being Bullied
  • 100
  • Physical Clues
  • 100
  • Psychological Clues
  • 102
  • Why Most People Underestimate the Impact of Bullying
  • Educational Clues
  • 103
  • Most Likely Targets
  • 104
  • How to Respond (Dos and Don'ts)
  • 105
  • Steps to Take if Your Child Is Being Bullied
  • 107
  • Chapter 10
  • Consequences of Bullying
  • 11
  • 111
  • Physical
  • 111
  • Emotional
  • 113
  • Educational
  • 114
  • Short-Term Effects of Being Bullied
  • 115
  • Long-Term Effects of Being Bullied
  • Triad: The Bully, the Bullied, and the Bystander
  • 117
  • How Parents Can Help
  • 118
  • Chapter 11
  • Boy Bullies
  • 119
  • Boys-Will-Be-Boys Myth
  • 119
  • Danger of Stereotypes
  • 122
  • 11
  • Physical Aggression
  • 123
  • Boys Bullying Girls
  • 126
  • Why Boys Bully Other Boys
  • 127
  • How Parents Can Help
  • 128
  • Chapter 12
  • Girl Bullies
  • Chapter 2
  • 129
  • Verbal Bullying
  • 129
  • When Girls Get Violent
  • 132
  • Group Bullying
  • 134
  • Why Girls Bully Other Girls
  • 136
  • Good-Girl Persona
  • Chapter 1
  • Types of Bullying
  • 137
  • How Parents Can Help
  • 137
  • Ophelia Project
  • 140
  • Chapter 13
  • How to Bully Proof Your Child
  • 142
  • Teaching Social Skills
  • 142
  • 15
  • Ways to Improve Your Child's Self-Esteem
  • 144
  • Teach Your Child How to Be a Friend
  • 154
  • Encourage and Foster One Good Friendship
  • 157
  • Allow Your Child to Join a Group
  • 158
  • Enroll Your Child in a Self-Defense Class
  • 158
  • Verbal Bullying
  • Teach Basic Prevention Skills
  • 159
  • Chapter 14
  • Social Skills and Assertiveness Training
  • 160
  • Why Your Child Needs Social-Skills Training
  • 160
  • Most Essential Social Skills For Kids
  • 161
  • Body Language
  • 15
  • 163
  • Voice Quality
  • 166
  • Conversational Skills
  • 167
  • Friendship Skills
  • 168
  • Assertiveness Skills
  • 170
  • Chapter 15
  • Physical Bullying
  • Parental Responsibility and Why Getting Involved Can Help Enact Change
  • 173
  • Fear of Making the Situation Worse
  • 173
  • Embarrassed by a Bullied Child
  • 174
  • Kids Beg Parents Not to Tell
  • 175
  • Parents Fear Being Seen as Overprotective
  • 176
  • 19
  • Parents Want the Child to Stand Up for Herself
  • 177
  • Reasons Why Bullying Should Always Be Reported
  • 177
  • What Works in Bullying Prevention?
  • 178
  • Chapter 16
  • Cyber Bullying
  • 186
  • Types of Cyber Bullying
  • Social, Relational, and Emotional Bullying
  • 186
  • Why Cyber Bullying Has Become such a Problem
  • 193
  • You Can't See Me, I Can't See You
  • 195
  • Impact of Cyber Bullying
  • 195
  • Signs of Cyber Bullying
  • 197
  • Ways to Protect Your Child
  • 20
  • 198
  • Responding to Cyber Bullying
  • 200
  • Prevent Your Child from Being a Cyber Bully
  • 202
  • Chapter 17
  • What if My Child Is a Bully?
  • 204
  • Signs that Your Child Might Be a Bully
  • 204
  • Extortion
  • Keep an Open Mind
  • 205
  • Intervention
  • 206
  • Teaching Your Child Friendship and Interpersonal Skills
  • 212
  • Create More Feel-Good and Do-Good Opportunities
  • 213
  • Engage in Constructive, Supervised Activities and Sports
  • 214
  • 23
  • Limit Exposure to Violent Media
  • 215
  • Chapter 18
  • Bullying Among Children with Special Needs
  • 217
  • Are Schools Protecting Your Children?
  • 217
  • Is Your Child Vulnerable?
  • 218
  • New Threat to Kids: Food-Allergy Taunts
  • What Is Bullying?
  • Direct Bullying Versus Indirect Bullying
  • 220
  • What Is Disability Harassment?
  • 224
  • What You Can Do if It Doesn't Stop
  • 225
  • What to Do if Your Child Is Being Bullied
  • 225
  • Is Legal Action Necessary?
  • 227
  • Chapter 19
  • 24
  • When Bullying Becomes a Crime
  • 229
  • Do You Know the Law in Your State?
  • 229
  • Directives in Bullying Laws
  • 232
  • Definition of Bodily Injury or Threat of Bodily Injury
  • 233
  • Dealing with Uncooperative School Officials
  • 234
  • Cyber Bullying
  • Filing a Complaint
  • 236
  • Resolution
  • 238
  • Bullying Prevention Programs
  • 239
  • Chapter 20
  • Why Zero Tolerance Policies Don't Work
  • 240
  • What Is a Zero Tolerance Policy?
  • 26
  • 240
  • Why Zero Tolerance Actually Decreases Reports
  • 242
  • Student Exclusion Policies
  • 244
  • Bullies Need Intervention and Positive Role Models
  • 245
  • Other Misdirected Policies
  • 246
  • What Policies and Programs Should Be Implemented?
  • Chapter 3
  • 247
  • Chapter 21
  • How Students, Parents, Schools, and Communities Can Work Together
  • 250
  • Identify the Extent of the Problem
  • 250
  • Create an Awareness Campaign
  • 251
  • Implement Educational Programs
  • 252
  • Types of Bullies
  • Start a Peer-Counseling Program
  • 254
  • Specify Classroom Rules
  • 255
  • Practice Cooperative Learning Activities
  • 257
  • Increase Supervision in High-Risk Areas
  • 258
  • Whole-School Policies
  • 259
  • 32
  • Confident
  • 32
  • Social
  • 1
  • 33
  • Detached
  • 34
  • Hyperactive
  • 35
  • Bullied Bully
  • 36
  • Bunch of Bullies
  • 38
  • Gang of Bullies
  • Definition of Bullying
  • 38
  • Chapter 4
  • Bully
  • 40
  • Characteristics of a Bully
  • 40
  • Why Do Some Kids Bully?
  • 43
  • Bully's Role in the Triad
  • 47
  • 1
  • Stereotypical Bully
  • 47
  • Common Places Bullying Occurs
  • 48
  • Mean Bully
  • 49
  • Meaner Bully
  • 51
  • Meanest Bully
  • 52
  • History of Bullying
  • Chapter 5
  • Bullied
  • 53
  • Characteristics of a Bullied Child
  • 53
  • Bullied Child's Role in the Triad
  • 55
  • Making of a Victim: F-E-A-R
  • 56
  • Why Me?
  • 2
  • 59
  • Why Victims Don't Tell
  • 61
  • Victim Who also Becomes a Bully
  • 63
  • Chapter 6
  • Bystander
  • 64
  • Characteristics of a Bystander
  • 64
  • Facts and Statistics
  • Bystander's Role in the Triad
  • 65
  • Bystander Roles
  • 65
  • Why Bystanders Don't Tell
  • 68
  • Why Bystanders Aren't Innocent
  • 69
  • How Bystanders Can Stop Bullying
  • 70
Control code
ocn251226785
Dimensions
22 cm.
Extent
xiv, 289 pages
Isbn
9781605500546
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Note
371.782 C225 ; P ; XX-N ; SA ; C0907BT9(BS).
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 251226785
  • (Sirsi) 251226785
  • (OCoLC)251226785
Label
The everything parent's guide to dealing with bullies : from playground teasing to cyber bullying, all you need to ensure your child's safety and happiness, Deborah Carpenter with Christopher J. Ferguson
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • 5
  • Chapter 7
  • Factors That Lead to Bullying Behavior
  • 73
  • Violence in the Family
  • 73
  • Lack of a Positive Role Model
  • 78
  • Violent Television
  • 79
  • Violent Video Games
  • Common Markers of Bullying
  • 82
  • Prior Victim of a Bully
  • 84
  • School Failure
  • 85
  • Peer Rejection
  • 86
  • School Climate
  • 86
  • Chapter 8
  • 8
  • Common Bullying Myths
  • 88
  • Myth 1
  • Bullying Is a Normal Rite of Passage
  • 88
  • Myth 2
  • Kids Need to Learn to Defend Themselves
  • 90
  • Myth 3
  • Children Who Are Bullied Always Tell an Adult
  • Bullying Versus Normal Conflict
  • 92
  • Myth 4
  • People Are Born Bullies
  • 95
  • Myth 5
  • Bullying Doesn't Happen at My Child's School
  • 96
  • Myth 6
  • Bullies Are Loners with No Social Skills
  • 97
  • 10
  • Myth 7
  • Bullying Is a School Problem
  • 98
  • Chapter 9
  • Warning Signs That Your Child Is Being Bullied
  • 100
  • Physical Clues
  • 100
  • Psychological Clues
  • 102
  • Why Most People Underestimate the Impact of Bullying
  • Educational Clues
  • 103
  • Most Likely Targets
  • 104
  • How to Respond (Dos and Don'ts)
  • 105
  • Steps to Take if Your Child Is Being Bullied
  • 107
  • Chapter 10
  • Consequences of Bullying
  • 11
  • 111
  • Physical
  • 111
  • Emotional
  • 113
  • Educational
  • 114
  • Short-Term Effects of Being Bullied
  • 115
  • Long-Term Effects of Being Bullied
  • Triad: The Bully, the Bullied, and the Bystander
  • 117
  • How Parents Can Help
  • 118
  • Chapter 11
  • Boy Bullies
  • 119
  • Boys-Will-Be-Boys Myth
  • 119
  • Danger of Stereotypes
  • 122
  • 11
  • Physical Aggression
  • 123
  • Boys Bullying Girls
  • 126
  • Why Boys Bully Other Boys
  • 127
  • How Parents Can Help
  • 128
  • Chapter 12
  • Girl Bullies
  • Chapter 2
  • 129
  • Verbal Bullying
  • 129
  • When Girls Get Violent
  • 132
  • Group Bullying
  • 134
  • Why Girls Bully Other Girls
  • 136
  • Good-Girl Persona
  • Chapter 1
  • Types of Bullying
  • 137
  • How Parents Can Help
  • 137
  • Ophelia Project
  • 140
  • Chapter 13
  • How to Bully Proof Your Child
  • 142
  • Teaching Social Skills
  • 142
  • 15
  • Ways to Improve Your Child's Self-Esteem
  • 144
  • Teach Your Child How to Be a Friend
  • 154
  • Encourage and Foster One Good Friendship
  • 157
  • Allow Your Child to Join a Group
  • 158
  • Enroll Your Child in a Self-Defense Class
  • 158
  • Verbal Bullying
  • Teach Basic Prevention Skills
  • 159
  • Chapter 14
  • Social Skills and Assertiveness Training
  • 160
  • Why Your Child Needs Social-Skills Training
  • 160
  • Most Essential Social Skills For Kids
  • 161
  • Body Language
  • 15
  • 163
  • Voice Quality
  • 166
  • Conversational Skills
  • 167
  • Friendship Skills
  • 168
  • Assertiveness Skills
  • 170
  • Chapter 15
  • Physical Bullying
  • Parental Responsibility and Why Getting Involved Can Help Enact Change
  • 173
  • Fear of Making the Situation Worse
  • 173
  • Embarrassed by a Bullied Child
  • 174
  • Kids Beg Parents Not to Tell
  • 175
  • Parents Fear Being Seen as Overprotective
  • 176
  • 19
  • Parents Want the Child to Stand Up for Herself
  • 177
  • Reasons Why Bullying Should Always Be Reported
  • 177
  • What Works in Bullying Prevention?
  • 178
  • Chapter 16
  • Cyber Bullying
  • 186
  • Types of Cyber Bullying
  • Social, Relational, and Emotional Bullying
  • 186
  • Why Cyber Bullying Has Become such a Problem
  • 193
  • You Can't See Me, I Can't See You
  • 195
  • Impact of Cyber Bullying
  • 195
  • Signs of Cyber Bullying
  • 197
  • Ways to Protect Your Child
  • 20
  • 198
  • Responding to Cyber Bullying
  • 200
  • Prevent Your Child from Being a Cyber Bully
  • 202
  • Chapter 17
  • What if My Child Is a Bully?
  • 204
  • Signs that Your Child Might Be a Bully
  • 204
  • Extortion
  • Keep an Open Mind
  • 205
  • Intervention
  • 206
  • Teaching Your Child Friendship and Interpersonal Skills
  • 212
  • Create More Feel-Good and Do-Good Opportunities
  • 213
  • Engage in Constructive, Supervised Activities and Sports
  • 214
  • 23
  • Limit Exposure to Violent Media
  • 215
  • Chapter 18
  • Bullying Among Children with Special Needs
  • 217
  • Are Schools Protecting Your Children?
  • 217
  • Is Your Child Vulnerable?
  • 218
  • New Threat to Kids: Food-Allergy Taunts
  • What Is Bullying?
  • Direct Bullying Versus Indirect Bullying
  • 220
  • What Is Disability Harassment?
  • 224
  • What You Can Do if It Doesn't Stop
  • 225
  • What to Do if Your Child Is Being Bullied
  • 225
  • Is Legal Action Necessary?
  • 227
  • Chapter 19
  • 24
  • When Bullying Becomes a Crime
  • 229
  • Do You Know the Law in Your State?
  • 229
  • Directives in Bullying Laws
  • 232
  • Definition of Bodily Injury or Threat of Bodily Injury
  • 233
  • Dealing with Uncooperative School Officials
  • 234
  • Cyber Bullying
  • Filing a Complaint
  • 236
  • Resolution
  • 238
  • Bullying Prevention Programs
  • 239
  • Chapter 20
  • Why Zero Tolerance Policies Don't Work
  • 240
  • What Is a Zero Tolerance Policy?
  • 26
  • 240
  • Why Zero Tolerance Actually Decreases Reports
  • 242
  • Student Exclusion Policies
  • 244
  • Bullies Need Intervention and Positive Role Models
  • 245
  • Other Misdirected Policies
  • 246
  • What Policies and Programs Should Be Implemented?
  • Chapter 3
  • 247
  • Chapter 21
  • How Students, Parents, Schools, and Communities Can Work Together
  • 250
  • Identify the Extent of the Problem
  • 250
  • Create an Awareness Campaign
  • 251
  • Implement Educational Programs
  • 252
  • Types of Bullies
  • Start a Peer-Counseling Program
  • 254
  • Specify Classroom Rules
  • 255
  • Practice Cooperative Learning Activities
  • 257
  • Increase Supervision in High-Risk Areas
  • 258
  • Whole-School Policies
  • 259
  • 32
  • Confident
  • 32
  • Social
  • 1
  • 33
  • Detached
  • 34
  • Hyperactive
  • 35
  • Bullied Bully
  • 36
  • Bunch of Bullies
  • 38
  • Gang of Bullies
  • Definition of Bullying
  • 38
  • Chapter 4
  • Bully
  • 40
  • Characteristics of a Bully
  • 40
  • Why Do Some Kids Bully?
  • 43
  • Bully's Role in the Triad
  • 47
  • 1
  • Stereotypical Bully
  • 47
  • Common Places Bullying Occurs
  • 48
  • Mean Bully
  • 49
  • Meaner Bully
  • 51
  • Meanest Bully
  • 52
  • History of Bullying
  • Chapter 5
  • Bullied
  • 53
  • Characteristics of a Bullied Child
  • 53
  • Bullied Child's Role in the Triad
  • 55
  • Making of a Victim: F-E-A-R
  • 56
  • Why Me?
  • 2
  • 59
  • Why Victims Don't Tell
  • 61
  • Victim Who also Becomes a Bully
  • 63
  • Chapter 6
  • Bystander
  • 64
  • Characteristics of a Bystander
  • 64
  • Facts and Statistics
  • Bystander's Role in the Triad
  • 65
  • Bystander Roles
  • 65
  • Why Bystanders Don't Tell
  • 68
  • Why Bystanders Aren't Innocent
  • 69
  • How Bystanders Can Stop Bullying
  • 70
Control code
ocn251226785
Dimensions
22 cm.
Extent
xiv, 289 pages
Isbn
9781605500546
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Note
371.782 C225 ; P ; XX-N ; SA ; C0907BT9(BS).
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 251226785
  • (Sirsi) 251226785
  • (OCoLC)251226785

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