Bullying and Cyberbullying

Bullying and Cyberbullying What Every Educator Needs to Know

Elizabeth Kandel Englander
cloth, 216 Pages
Pub. Date: October 2013
ISBN-13: 978-1-61250-600-5
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ebook, 216 Pages
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“Bullying is a term that’s being, well, bullied. It’s been rendered essentially powerless by being constantly kicked around,” writes nationally recognized bullying expert Elizabeth Kandel Englander. In this practical and insightful book, Englander dispels pervasive myths and misconceptions about peer cruelty, bullying, and cyberbullying.

Praise

Elizabeth Englander has written an essential book about bullying that every educator—and any parent thinking about how schools should handle this issue—should read. It’s full of wisdom, practical advice, and original research, all of which reflect Englander’s status as one of the foremost experts in the field. — Emily Bazelon, author of Sticks and Stones: Defeating the Culture of Bullying and Rediscovering the Power of Character and Empathy

This much-needed book presents effective ideas and techniques based on the experiences of real children and teens. I recommend it highly. — Stan Davis, author of Schools Where Everyone Belongs, and codirector, Youth Voice Project

Dr. Englander has effectively combined insight derived from research with her experiences working directly with schools to produce a book that provides a quality resource for educational leaders and policy makers. This book is a welcome contribution to the field. — Nancy Willard, director, Embrace Civility in the Digital Age

This book is an important read for educators and parents who are seeking a transparent review of bullying and cyberbullying and applicable techniques to effectively address factors associated with bullying and cyberbullying. — M. Wong-Lo, CHOICE

[Bullying and Cyberbullying] represents a substantial contribution to the bullying literature base for its readability, practical focus, and emphasis on a preventative or universal response to burgeoning behavior problems in the form of peer aggression. Englander’s work is a valuable resource to educators, who will likely find it both appealing and efficacious in relation to the time invested in reading this book among competing titles in this genre.
— Laura Crothers & Jered B. Kolbert, Teachers College Record

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About the Author

Elizabeth Kandel Englander is a professor of psychology and the founder and director of the Massachusetts Aggression Reduction Center (MARC) at Bridgewater State University. MARC delivers antiviolence and antibullying programs, resources, and research for the state of Massachusetts and nationwide. Dr. Englander is a nationally recognized researcher and expert in the area of bullying and cyberbullying; childhood causes of violence, aggression, and abuse; and child development. She has a particular interest in technological aggression and how it interacts with peer abusiveness in general. MARC is the only center in public higher education that provides no- or low-cost cutting-edge programs and research for hundreds of schools every year. Dr. Englander trains and supervises graduate and undergraduate students and collaborates with multiple agencies around Massachusetts and across the nation.

 

Dr. Englander writes for both academic audiences and the public. She was the special editor for the Cyberbullying issue of the Journal of Social Sciences, and has written nearly a hundred articles in academic journals and books. She is the author of Understanding Violence, a standard academic text in the field of child development, biological psychology, and violent criminal behavior, which was released in 2007 in its third edition. She has also written a variety of curricula and educational handouts for communities, all of which are offered to K–12 schools at no charge. Reflecting her interest in educating laypeople as well, Dr. Englander has answered questions in a column for the New York Times (online edition), and she writes the column Bullying Bulletin Board, which is syndicated by Gatehouse Media in hundreds of newspapers nationwide. She has appeared on National Public Radio, Public Broadcasting Service, CBS News, and other media outlets, and has been cited by the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, the Boston Globe, and many other magazines and newspapers.


Additional resources for Bullying and Cyberbullying can be found at Dr. Englander’s website, http://www.elizabethenglander.com.


E-book available through online booksellers

Five Things Teachers Should Tell Students About Socializing Online (Harvard Education Letter)

Do Bullying Laws Work? (Voices in Education)

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