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National Bullying Prevention Month

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This October, Routledge is proud to support National Bullying Prevention Month with the following resources:
Special Issue:

Preventing School Failure: Alternative Education for Children and Youth

Free content:

Victims of workplace bullying in Ireland
Mona O’Moore, Elizabeth Seigne, Lían McGuire & Murray Smith - The Irish Journal of Psychology
 

The status of forgiveness among those bullied in childhood
Randy A. Sansone, Amy R. Kelley & Jeremy S. Forbis - Mental Health, Religion & Culture
 

Processes of cyberbullying, and feelings of remorse by bullies: A pilot study
Robert Slonje, Peter K Smith & Ann Frisén - European Journal of Developmental Psychology
 

Different forms of bullying and victimization: Bully-victims versus bullies and victims
An Yang & Christina Salmivalli - European Journal of Developmental Psychology

Workers' perception of workplace bullying: A cross-cultural study
Jordi Escartín, Dieter Zapf, Carlos Arrieta & Álvaro Rodríguez-Carballeira - European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology

Bullying the bully: Why zero-tolerance policies get a failing grade
K. Borgwald & H. Theixos - Social Influence

A useful evaluation design, and effects of the Olweus Bullying Prevention Program
Dan Olweus - Psychology, Crime & Law

Validated Guidelines for School-Based Bullying Prevention and Management
Donna Cross, Yolanda Pintabona, Margaret Hall, Greg Hamilton & Erin Erceg - International Journal of Mental Health Promotion

Governing bullying through the new public health model: a Foucaultian analysis of a school anti-bullying program
Tara Galitz & Dominique Robert - Critical Public Health

Predictors of Bullying among 10 to 11 Year Old School Students in Australia
Sharyn Burns, Donna Cross, Helman Alfonso & Bruce Maycock - Advances in School Mental Health Promotion

Longitudinal investigation of the relationship between bullying and psychosocial adjustment
Panayiotis Stavrinides, Stelios Georgiou, Militsa Nikiforou & Elena Kiteri - European Journal of Developmental Psychology

Exploring high school learners’ perceptions of bullying
Patricia Blake & Johann Louw - Journal of Child & Adolescent Mental Health

Bully/victim problems in school: Knowledge base and an effective intervention program
Dan Olweus - The Irish Journal of Psychology

Workplace bullying and its relation with work characteristics, personality, and post-traumatic stress symptoms: an integrated model, Cristian Balducci, Franco Fraccaroli & Wilmar B. Schaufeli - Anxiety, Stress & Coping

Associations between adults' recalled childhood bullying victimization, current social anxiety, coping, and self-blame: evidence for moderation and indirect effects, Michael J. Boulton - Anxiety, Stress & Coping

Guidance counsellor strategies for handling bullying, Michleen Power-Elliott & Gregory E. Harris - British Journal of Guidance & Counselling

Resilience in families in which a child is bullied, Abraham Petrus Greeff & Estelle Van den Berg - British Journal of Guidance & Counselling

Dramatherapy with children who have been bullied, Diane Ball - Dramatherapy

An Evaluation of beyondblue, Australia's National Depression Initiative 

Depression: Women's Sadness or High-Prevalence Disorder? 

Knowledge of late-life depression: An empirical investigation of aged care staff 

Resilience and Depression in Children: Mental Health Promotion in Primary Schools in China 

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