Graham Ramsden's insightful new book helps understand why people, particularly children, bully others. It utilises research from a wide variety of psychological and sociological sources to explore the context of bullying from both a historical viewpoint as well as from a social perspective. It delves into the psychology of those people who choose to bully and helps the reader to understand why some people bully others and why some do not. The closing chapters use this understanding to explore a variety of ways schools and other education settings can use their existing systems and structures to address this endemic issue.
- Author Graham Ramsden
- ISBN 9781912906932
- No. of Pages 262
- Format Paperback
- Publication Date 27 Apr 2020
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