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School Mobbing and Emotional Abuse

See it - Stop it - Prevent it with Dignity and Respect, 1st Edition

By Gail Pursell Elliott

Routledge

140 pages

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First Published in 2003. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Reviews

"School Mobbing and Emotional Abuse addresses a national need faced by every child in school. It is very possible that a teacher who utilizes this material may save a child from both physical as well as psychological abuse and may ultimately save a child's life. This material is that powerful and that important." -- Peter D. Blauvelt, President and CEO, National Alliance for Safe Schools

"Were you ever bullied, ganged up on, or picked on as a kid back in school? Sure, we all were. But today such attacks are taken a bit more seriously -- and rightly so, for they can easily turn deadly. As Gail states, 'Mobbing is terrorism.' The book deals with the issue from the perspective of all parties concerned -- the victim, the parents, the school staff, and even the perpetrator -- and it explains what each must do to resolve the situation. Part 1 of the book defines mobbing and its psychology, discusses school policies and how they can be improved, how people can help the victim, teaching dignity and respect to students, and the process of healing after a mobbing. Part 2 is a series of essays that can be used in the classroom to promote dignity, respect, insight, and awareness." -- Mensa Bulletin

Table of Contents

Part I: Essays on Mobbing: Causes, Symptoms, Prevention Tactics

Ready for School

Introduction to School Mobbing and Emotional Abuse

Mobbing Is…

The Quiet Terror that Puts Everyone at Risk

The Mobbing Syndrome

Why Do Others Join In?

Chicken Pecking

The Targeted Person

To Be or Not To Be

Mobbing Awareness Questions

Zero Tolerance

"We Don't Do That Here"

If You Think You See Mobbing

"Will No One Help Me?"

Terrorism and Hostages

Signs of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder

Creating a Still Small Voice

Self Questions and Statements

Awareness is the Key to Prevention

"How Can I Help?"

Outrageous Suggestions

Student Discussion Facilitation Questions

Making Restitution

Dignity and Respect, No Exceptions

Summary of Recommendations and Strategies

Part II: Essays to Promote Insight and Awareness

Food for Thought

Part III: Appendix, Resources, Epilogue

Appendix

Resources

Epilogue

About the Author

About the Author

Speaker, Trainer, Consultant, Gail Pursell Elliott, "The Dignity and Respect Lady", is founder and president of Innovations "Training With A Can-Do Attitude", co-author of Mobbing: Emotional Abuse in the American Workplace. She is the author of many training, motivation and inspirational materials and she writes "Food for Thought", a weekly column that is distributed by email.

Subject Categories

BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
EDU006000
EDUCATION / Counseling / General
PSY036000
PSYCHOLOGY / Mental Health