TITLE

HOW TO STOP BULLYING IN SCHOOLS A DUTCH WAY

AUTHOR(S)
Bakema, Charissa
PUB. DATE
January 2010
SOURCE
Bulletin of the Transilvania University of Brasov. Series VII: S;2010, Issue 52, p77
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
This article contains information about a 5 pillar method to prevent and to stop violence in schools. Preventing violence in schools is acomplex process. Not only does the victim need help, but those around the victim also need to understand the implications and learn to control the situation. Teachers, parents the aggressor, (the bully) the victim and the classmates all need knowledge, rules and social skills that help them stop the psychological mechanisms of violence, commonly known as bullying. Bullying will not disappear, but can be controlled if people (start to work together) cooperate. It asks commitment of everybody involved.
ACCESSION #
58688558

 

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