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New Perspectives in the Examination of School Bullying
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Authors: Ferenc Margitics, Erika Figula and Zsuzsa Pauwlik (College of Nyíregyháza, Hungary) 
Book Description:
This book investigates the phenomena of school bullying and harassment.
The research presented focuses on the question that among upper, primary school students and high school students, what kind of background factors may stand in the background of aggressive attitude and behavior patterns of school bullying. Due to the significant results obtained from this research, the authors were able to determine the background factors to help understand the process of the development of bully, victim, participant and bystander behavior patterns. They also allow for the development of the options of efficient mental hygiene. (Imprint: Novinka)

Table of Contents:
Preface

Chapter 1. The Concept of School Bullying pp.1-4

Chapter 2. Prevalence of School Bullying pp.5-6

Chapter 3. Theory of School Bullying pp.7-12

Chapter 4. New perspectives in the examination of School Bullying: demonstration of School Bullying Questionnaire pp.13-24

Chapter 5. Structure of the School Bullying Behaviour pp.25-48

Chapter 6. Factors of Family Socialization and the School Bullying pp.49-58

Chapter 7. Temperament, Character and the School Bullying pp.59-82

Chapter 8. Emotions and the School Bullying pp.83-108

Chapter 9. Attitudes and the School Bullying pp.109-128

Chapter 10. Coping Mechanisms and the School Bullying pp.129-150

Chapter 11. Characteristics of the Bully pp.151-154

Chapter 12. Characteristics of the Victim pp.155-158

Chapter 13. Characteristics of the Provocative Victim pp.159-160

Chapter 14. Characteristics of the Bystander pp.161-162

Chapter 15. Characteristics of the Intervener Participant pp.163-164

Chapter 16. Characteristics of Helper Participant pp.165-166

References 167-174

Index pp.175-179

   Series:
      Psychology of Emotions, Motivations and Actions
      Social Issues, Justice and Status
   Binding: Softcover
   Pub. Date: 2012
   Pages: 179.pp
   ISBN: 978-1-61324-931-4
   Status: AV
  
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