- BEATING BULLIES. Gorrell, Carin // Psychology Today;Feb2003, Vol. 36 Issue 1, p79
Reviews the videotape 'Gum in My Hair: How to Cope with a Bully.'
- The Big Deal About Bullying: And What You Can Do About It. Bilmes, David; Mandell, Phyllis Levy // School Library Journal;Oct2005, Vol. 51 Issue 10, p72
Reviews the educational video recording "The Big Deal About Bullying: And What You Can Do About It," from Linx Educational.
- Bullies, Loners and Violence (Film). Mandell, Phyllis Levy; McCaffrey, Susan // School Library Journal;Apr2003, Vol. 49 Issue 4, p78
Reviews the instructional video recording 'Bullies, Loners and Violence.'
- End the Silence: Stop the Bullying. Bihmes, David; Mandell, Phyllis Levy // School Library Journal;Dec2004, Vol. 50 Issue 12, p66
Reviews the educational video "End the Silence: Stop the Bullying," recommended for students grades 7 to 12.
- How to Deal with BULLIES. Globus, Sheila // Current Health 1;Sep2001, Vol. 25 Issue 1, p6
Suggests ways to deal with bullies in schools.
- Banish the bullies! Shaffer, Jeffery // Christian Science Monitor;7/13/2001, Vol. 93 Issue 160, p11
Comments on bullies and bullying in schools in the United States, and the view that the best solution to prevent bullying is to remove bullies from schools.
- Bullies and victims. Hoover, John; Hazler, Richard J. // Elementary School Guidance & Counseling;Feb91, Vol. 25 Issue 3, p212
Reports that the topic of bullying in the United States has been given little professional attention. Dimensions of the bullying problem; Characteristics of the bully and victim; Two school climate issues from consideration of bullying and whipping boy problems.
- Bullies. Lister, Pamela // Redbook;Nov95, Vol. 186 Issue 1, p116
Offers advice on how to protect children from bullying. Importance of counseling to curb child peer abuse; Intervention of teachers; Percentage of children who are victims of bullying; Escalation of child peer abuse in the third grade; Influence of television, music and music on children;...
- what's a bully? Rinaldo, Denise // Scholastic Choices;Oct2001, Vol. 17 Issue 2, p12
Your're a bully if you repeatedly hurt another person who has less power than you do. You may have the power because you're older, more popular, or stronger. A victim of bullying tells his story while a former bully apologizes