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An excellent treatment of a timeless topic.,
This review is from: Bully, the Bullied, and the Bystander, The (Paperback)
This book is very useful in dealing with the bully in the school. This is truly a life and death issue. It's application however goes beyond the the schools.It is always applies to the work place,business,the church,the internet, the funeral arrangement conference, national politics,and international relations. Chapter seven "Is there a bullied kid in the house applies" to all these environments.
She points out that the roots of bullying are in the home. Chapter Five is excellent in revealing three types of families and how it relates to bullying.She is particularly bold in describing sexual bullying and it's
relationship to sexual harassment. Her treatment of telling and tattling can be applied not just to the schoolyard, but to any type of whistle blowing. Five stars! Excellent job on a timeless subject.
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Initial post: Feb 11, 2008 2:04:31 PM PST
Thomas Wikman says:
Sounds like a very interesting book. It was a good review.
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