Bullying and Victimization
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Bullying and Victimization

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ISBN-13:
9781610022880
Einband:
PDF
Seiten:
100
Autor:
American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP)
Serie:
Pediatric Collections
eBook Typ:
PDF
eBook Format:
PDF
Kopierschutz:
Adobe DRM [Hard-DRM]
Sprache:
Englisch
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Pediatric Collections offers what you need to know original, focused research in a snapshot approach. Bullying has been, and continues to be, a common childhood experience for many, and the long-term consequences and severity can drastically affect the physical and mental health of children and youth. This pediatric collection explores the underlying etiologies and potential physiologic, psychologic, social, and cognitive outcomes for victims and perpetrators of childhood aggression, as well as tools to identify high-risk children, effective prevention strategies, and appropriate societal responses. In-depth information is provided on cyberbullying, how bullying relates to minority populations, how bullying can trigger or affect weapon-carrying by children, and the ethical implications of dealing with bullies and their victims.
Pediatric Collections offers what you need to know original, focused research in a snapshot approach. Bullying has been, and continues to be, a common childhood experience for many, and the long-term consequences and severity can drastically affect the physical and mental health of children and youth. This pediatric collection explores the underlying etiologies and potential physiologic, psychologic, social, and cognitive outcomes for victims and perpetrators of childhood aggression, as well as tools to identify high-risk children, effective prevention strategies, and appropriate societal responses. In-depth information is provided on cyberbullying, how bullying relates to minority populations, how bullying can trigger or affect weapon-carrying by children, and the ethical implications of dealing with bullies and their victims.