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For parents:

Besag, V. (2006). Understanding Girls’ Friendships, Fights and Feuds: A practical approach to girls’ bullying, Open University Press, Philadelphia.

Cohen-Posey, K. (1995). How to Handle Bullies, Teasers and Other Meanies, Rainbow Books, Highland City, Florida.

Coloroso, Barbara. (2003). The Bully, the Bullied and the Bystander, Harper/Quill,
New York.

Elliot, M. (1997). 101 Ways to Deal with Bullying: A guide for parents, Stoughton.

Fried, S & Fried, P. (1998). Bullies and Victims: Helping your child through the schoolyard battlefield, M. Evans and Co., New York.

Griffiths, C. What Can You Do About Bullying? A guide for parents.

Grunsell, A. (1989). Let’s Talk About Bullying, Alladin Books, London.

Horn, S. (2003). Take the Bully by the Horns: Stop unethical, uncooperative, or
unpleasant people from running and ruining your life, St. Martin’s Press,
New York.

Jackson, Nancy F. et al. (1983). Getting Along with Others: Teaching social
effectiveness to children, Research Press, Illinois.

McCoy, E. (1997). What to Do . . . When Kids Are Mean to Your Child, Readers
Digest, Pleasantville, New York.

Mellor, A. Bullying and How to Fight It: A guide for families, Scottish Council for Research in Education, Scotland.

Pearce, J. (1989). Fighting, Teasing and Bullying, Thorsons, London.

Seddon, C, McLellan, A, & Lajoie, G. (2005). Take Action Against Bullying, Bully B’ware Productions, Canada.

Simmons, R. (2002). Odd Girl Out: The hidden culture of aggression in girls, Harcourt, San Diego.

Sones Fineberg, L. (1996). Teasing: Innocent fun or sadistic malice?, New Horizon Press, New Jersey.

Wiseman, R. (2002). Queen Bees & Wannabes: Helping your daughter survive gossip, boyfriends & other realities of adolescence, Random House,New York.

For teachers and schools:

Beane, Allan L. (1999). Bully-Free Classroom: Over 100 tips and strategies for teachers
K–8, Free Spirit Publishing, Minneapolis.

Besag, Valerie E. (1989). Bullies and Victims in Schools, Open University Press,

Garrity, Carla et al. (1997). Bully-proofing Your School, Sopris, West Colorado.

Horne, A., Bartolomucci, C., & Newman-Carlson. (2003). Dawn, Bully Busters Grades K–5 and Grade 6–8: A teacher’s manual for helping bullies, victims, and bystanders, Research Press, Illinois.

McGrath, H & Noble, T. (2005). Bullying Solutions, Pearson Education (eds.).

Olveus, D. (1994). Bullying at School: What we know and what we can do, Blackwell, Oxford.

O’Moore, M & Minton, SJ. (2004). Dealing with Bullying in Schools: A training manual for teachers, parents and other professionals, PaulChapman, London.

Randall, P. (1997). Adult Bullying: Perpetrators and victims, Routledge, London.

Rigby, K. (1996). Bullying in Schools and What to do About it, ACER, Melbourne.

Rigby, K. (2003). Stop the Bullying: A handbook for schools, ACER, Melbourne.

Sharp, S. (1997). Reducing School Bullying – What Works?, Institute of Education, University of Warwick, Coventry.

Sharp, S., & Smith, P. (1994). Tackling Bullying in Your School: A practical handbook for teachers (eds.). University of Sheffield, England.

Smith, P. & Sharp, S. (1994). School Bullying: Insights and perspectives (eds.). University of Sheffield, England.

Sullivan, K. (2006). Bullying: How to Spot It and How to Stop It – A guide for parents
and teachers, Rodale International, New York.

Sullivan, K. (2000). The Anti-Bullying Handbook, Oxford UP, New Zealand.

Sullivan, K, Cleary, M & Sullivan, G. (2004). Bullying in Secondary Schools: What it looks like and how to manage it, Paul Chapman, London.

Swearer, S., Espelage, D., & Napolitano,S. (2009). Bullying Prevention and Intervention: Realistic Strategies for Schools: The Guilford Practical Intervention in Schools Series.

Stuart W. Twemlow and Frank C. Sacco. (2008). Why School Anti-Bullying Programs Don’t Work.

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