Bullying Basics

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Growing Happy, Healthy Young Minds

Edited by Dr Ramesh Manocha & Gyongyi Horvath
To read the full chapter go to Volume 1, chapter 3, pp. 35-52.

Authors

Sandra Craig
Manager of the National Centre Against Bullying (NCAB) at The Alannah & Madeline Foundation
Sandra Craig is Manager of the National Centre Against Bullying (NCAB) at The Alannah & Madeline Foundation. After a career in secondary schools, she taught briefly at Deakin University and went on to be involved in research into bullying policy and practice. She has written submissions to government and various publications, and been involved in educational program development.

Website: www.ncab.org.au

This chapter is about bullying – what it is, what it isn’t, what to do and not do about it – for parents, teachers and others working with young people.

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Bullying No Way!: www.bullyingnoway.gov.au
Ken Rigby: www.kenrigby.net
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