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By Thomas, Edmund Barrington; Rigby, Ken

This e-book presents the history to the examine that used to be performed utilizing the Peer kinfolk evaluation Questionnaire (PRAQ) for the Criminology study Council. The ensuing qualitative and quantitative info on how faculties in Australia have handled bullying is equipped. It additionally describes particular rules, plans and actions that faculties were in a position to enforce to counter bullying. The effectiveness and  Read more...

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By Thomas, Edmund Barrington; Rigby, Ken

This e-book presents the history to the examine that used to be performed utilizing the Peer kinfolk evaluation Questionnaire (PRAQ) for the Criminology study Council. The ensuing qualitative and quantitative info on how faculties in Australia have handled bullying is equipped. It additionally describes particular rules, plans and actions that faculties were in a position to enforce to counter bullying. The effectiveness and  Read more...

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Individual meetings with participants Each member of the group and the victim are next interviewed on their own. In this way the effects of the intervention can be monitored and the extent of the progress can be assessed. This approach was used with success in a number of primary schools. In one school, students were first asked whether they wanted to take part in the meeting at which the no-blame approach was employed. Monitoring progress following the meeting by checking on the subsequent behaviour of the bully or bullies and the victim was seen as an important element in its operation.

G. your friends or family; the older students in the school, especially the house or school prefects; teachers, pastoral care leaders, heads of houses, counsellors, chaplain, nurses, deputy head or headmaster. Advice in the same anti-bullying policy is provided for students who witness bullying: • • • Take action as the bullying occurs by saying ‘leave him alone’. Report the incident to a member of staff as soon as you can. It is OK to ask for privacy and confidentiality, or make an anonymous report that will alert the staff to a trouble spot or a bullying incident.

With the older children, the approach was modified and became more punitive – which appears inconsistent with the spirit of No Blame! The Method of Shared Concern The so-called Method of Shared Concern was cited by a number of schools as providing the basis for interventions with bullies and victims. It involves the following procedure. • First the problem is identified. Information about who is involved, including (a) the person or persons being bullied by another individual or group and (b) the person or persons continually engaged in carrying out the bullying.

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