Types of Bullying
This form of bullying uses electronic means as one or more persons harass, threaten, torment, embarrass, or humiliate another person.
This great resource from CNN contains information on all facets of bullying, including several articles focusing on the pervasiveness of cyberbullying.
This fact sheet, put together by Sameer H. Hinduja, Ph.D. and Justin W. Patchin, Ph.D. is a great starting point to understand the issue. More information on this topic may be found on the Cyberbullying Research Center Website.
An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure! Browse these titles to learn all about the issue, and help protect yourself and others.
Hazing is any abusive and humiliating form of initiation into or affiliation with a group regardless of a person's willingness to participate.
Find posters, brochures, buttons, group discussion guides, case studies, event packages, and webinars here along with personal stories of the hidden harms of hazing.
Find books discussing the serious nature of these "initiation rites."
Learn about the findings of this national collaborative of fraternities, sororities, and campus associations.
In 1993 the founders of StopHazing.org success inspired the New Hampshire state legislature to pass an anti-hazing law. Learn how they did it and what they have to offer now to stop hazing in high school, college and the military.
The boss isn't always the bully in the workplace, in fact, most workplace bullying happens between peers. Bullying usually takes place when a person feels threatened. While harassment is against the law, bullying is not. It's sometimes hard to figure out if something is considered harassment or merely bullying.
Here are some insightful titles to help you identify and deal with the emotional and physical issues resulting from bullying in the workplace, as well as the costs to the business itself.
This all-inclusive resource that contains more than 7,000 full-text titles, and a wide array of material on workplace bullying in both print and online formats.
Check out this nine page document presented by Sharp Publications, on recognizing and preventing bullying in your workplace.
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Teens & Bullying
MTV created A Thin Line to help teens draw the line between harmless jokes and actions which have a serious impact on them and their peers. Take the quiz, get the facts, and then draw your line to protect yourself and others online.
The teenage years can be especially challenging emotionally. Gain a better understanding of the modern teen experience with these library materials.
The end of bullying begins with you. Teens can learn to identify, respond, listen, and act against bullying.
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Games & Quizzes
Some people may not realize that their behavior is considered bullying. Answer a few short questions to find out if you are a bully.
Have you ever been a cyberbully? This printable quiz from Wired Kids, Inc will ask you simple questions about what you may be doing online that may be hurting others and get you into trouble.
Reinforce the stop bullying message with kids with these games from StopBullying.Gov.
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