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Center Developed Resources and Tools
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Relevant Publications on the Internet
- The ABCs of Bullying: Addressing, Blocking, and Curbing School Aggression
- Association Between Bullying and Psychosomatic Problems: A Meta Analysis
- At What Age Are Children Most Likely to be Bullied at School?
- Bully Proof: A Teachers' Guide on Teasing and Bullying for use with Fourth and Fifth Grade Students
- Bullying in Schools (Eric Digests)
- Bullying in Schools: An Overview (2011) (USDOJ Office of Justice Programs’ Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention )
Bullying and Teasing of Youth with Disabilities
- Bullying Behaviors Among US Youth
Bullying, Harassment, School-Based Violence
Bullying, Psychosocial Adjustment, and Academic Performance in Elementary School
- Classroom Toolkits
- Eyes on Bullying: What Can You Do?
Getting Serious: A Best Practice Approach to Bullying Prevention
- How To Protect Students From Sexual Harassment: A Primer for Schools
- Multidisciplinary Approaches to Research on Bullying in Adolescence
- Online Course with Leslie Bowman Aims to Break the Cycle of Bullying
Preventing Bullying in Schools Through Partnerships
Preventing Bullying Through Science, Policy, and Practice
- Relational Aggression and Bullying: It's More Than Just A Girl Thing
- Safe Place to Learn
- Student Reports of Bullying: From 2001
- Student Reports of Bullying: 2015 School Crime Supplement
- Teasing and Bullying
From Teasing to Torment: School Climate in America, A Survey of Students and Teachers
Tips for Parents: Teasing, Bullying, and the Role of Friendships
What do bystanders do when children are being bullied...and why do they do it?
Social Media and Cyberbullying: Implementation of School Based Prevention
Efforts and Implications for Social Media Approaches
Policy and Law
Related Agencies and Websites
Relevant Publications That Can Be Obtained Through Libraries
- The anti-bullying handbook. Sullivan, K. (2000). Oxford University Press.
- The bully, the bullied, and the bystander: From preschool to high schools - How parents and teachers can help break the cycle of violence. Coloroso, B. (2004). Harper Resource (2004)
- Bullying in American Schools: A Social-Ecological Perspective on Prevention and Intervention. Espelage, D.L. & Swearer, S.M. (2004). Lawrence Erlbaum Associates: Mahwah, NJ.
- Cyberbullying Prevention and Response: Expert Perspectives. Patchin, J.W. & Hinduja, S. (2012). New York: Routledge
- The New Bully Free Classroom: Proven Prevention and Intervention Strategies for Teachers K-8. Beane, Allan L. (2011). Free Spirit Pub.
- Peer harassment in school: The plight of the vulnerable and victimized. Juvonen, J. & Graham, S. (2001). New York, NY: Guilford Press.
- Perceptions of peer abuse and suicidal behavior during adolescence. Hanish, L.D., & Guerra, N. G. (2000). School Psychology International, 21(2), 213-223.
- School Climate 2.0: Preventing Cyberbullying and Sexting One Classroom at a Time. Hinduja, S. & Patchin, J.W. (2012). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications
- Schools where everyone belongs: Practical strategies for reducing bullying . Davis, S. (2004). Stop Bullying Now
- What Works- and Doesn't Work- in Bullying Prevention and Intervention. Limber, S., Snyder M. (2006). The State Education Standard, 7(1), 24-28.
- And words can hurt forever: How to protect adolescents from bullying, harassment, and emotional violence. Garbarino, J. & deLara, E. (2002). Free Press
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