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An Interactive Bully Prevention Program: Using Story Time, Dolls & Pledges to Teach About Bullying

Martha Mendez-Baldwin Manhattan College   Abstract The primary purpose of this study was to implement and assess a Bully Prevention Program for Kindergarten through grade 8 students.  The goal was to develop a program that was interactive and age appropriate for each grade. The program incorporated the reading of a story, an interactive bully-simulation activity …

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Social Aggression

Social Aggression is a range of behaviors that is related to bullying but which are different in type and cause.  Like bullying, socially aggressive behavior contributes to physical or emotional harm to targets.  Individuals who are social aggressive may be irritable, impulsive, angry and even violent. Like bullying, aggressive behavior is intentional  and done to …

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Types of Bullying

There are many types of bullying; just as many forms of bullying as there are situations and relationships in which bullies want to exert their power.  It is impossible to identify all the forms of bullying given that bullying is constantly evolving but it is possible to identify many types of bullying.  Naming and identifying …

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