ABSTRACT

Gives a succinct and authoritative account of research into the nature and extent of bullying in schools, evaluating the success of different approaches to the problem.

chapter |18 pages

the problem of school bullying

ByPETER K. SMITH, SONIA SHARP

chapter |3 pages

the Sheffield Project: methodology and findings

ByIRENE WHITNEY, IAN RIVERS, PETER K. SMITH

chapter |1 pages

A whole-school policy

chapter |6 pages

Optional interventions

chapter |16 pages

Analysis of results

chapter |4 pages

Summary of findings

chapter |3 pages

Case studies of individual schools

chapter |4 pages

tackling bullying through the curriculum

ByHELEN COWIE, SONIA SHARP

chapter |17 pages

The power of the group

chapter |2 pages

Evaluation of The Heartstone Odyssey

chapter |3 pages

empowering pupils to take positive action against bullying

BySONIA SHARP, HELEN COWIE

chapter |4 pages

Negotiating a win-win solution

chapter |3 pages

Peer counselling

chapter |7 pages

Case study: the bully line

chapter |4 pages

Maintaining the changes

chapter |7 pages

understanding and preventing bullying in the junior school playground

ByMICHAEL J. BOULTON

chapter |16 pages

The school ground interventions project

chapter |13 pages

Goal setting—staff responses

chapter |3 pages

Evaluation of the Pikas method

chapter |10 pages

The No Blame Approach

chapter |13 pages

Details of the project

chapter |1 pages

School P9

chapter |10 pages

School P14

chapter |1 pages

Communication (score between 0 and 10)